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1933 J. Frank McCrary House

1933 J. Frank McCrary House

The J. Frank McCrary House is a Tudor-Revival-style manor house designed by Greensboro architect W.C. Holleyman, Jr. for J. Frank McCrary, son of D.B. McCrary, textile industrialist and former Asheboro mayor. A large oak tree located in front of the house is said to have been planted by Governor Jonathan Worth.

Public accessibility: Exterior views; interior by appt only

Disclaimer: Randolph County and its municipalities have designated a variety of historic landmarks. Just as with state and national historic landmarks, visitors should be aware that some are private and not open to the public. Please contact the Visitors Bureau for additional information regarding accessibility before traveling long distances.

AdmissionFREE
Address232 Worth St
Asheboro NC 27203
Phone336-318-6553
800-626-2672
WebsiteRCHLPC/J Frank McCrary House