The White-Holman House, also known as Whitehall, is a  late Georgian/early Federal-style dwelling that was built for secretary of state William White. The house has undergone major changes including the addition of a Victorian wing and an about face when the City of Raleigh turned it around from its original Morgan Street frontage to face New Bern Avenue. 

Photo by Michael Zirkle
© Raleigh Historic Development Commission

206 New Bern Avenue
ca. 1799
Georgian/Early Federal



Local/National Designations
Raleigh Historic Landmark
National Register of Historic Places


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