Located on North Blount Street in Raleigh, the grand Capehart-Crocker home was built in the late 1890s for Lucy Catherine Moore Capehart, daughter of a prominent Halifax County attorney, and her husband Bartholomew. The house was originally located at 403 North Wilmington Street and was moved to its current location by the state of North Carolina in 1979. This seven-bedroom home is one of the most recognizable homes in Blount Street Commons and a fine example of Queen Anne Style architecture with a series of gables, dormers, turrets, and intricately corbelled chimneys punctuating its roof line. 

Photo by Michael Zirkle Photography
© Raleigh Historic Development Commission


424 North Blount Street
Queen Anne
Adolphus Gustav Bauer
Local/National Designations

Raleigh Historic Landmark

National Register of Historic Places

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