Durham, North Carolina
|PLANTATION NAME:||Arrow Head|
The Arrowhead Inn, built circa 1775 as a plantation home by the Lipscombe family, has been carefully renovated retaining original moldings, wainscoting, mantelpieces, and heart-of-pine floors. A stone arrowhead marks the historic Great Indian Trading Path, traveled by Catawba and Waxhaw Indians between Virginia and the Mountains.
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