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Hope Plantation front view

This is the Hope Mansion at the historic Hope Plantation in Bertie County, North Carolina. Built circa 1803, it was the home of former North Carolina Governor David Stone. It is a good example of a mix of Federal and Georgian architecture. The plantation is located approximately four miles from Windsor, the seat of Bertie County. At one time, Stone owned 8,000 acres in both Bertie and Wake and enslaved approximately 138 people.

Hope Plantation front view. It is sunny. The home has a patio on floors 1 and 2. There are two chimneys and many windows on this white house.
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Chris (Madmask). Hope Plantation. March 7, 2009. Photograph. Flickr

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