Tuesday, January 08, 2013

Gorgeous Homes of Edenton, NC

Edenton, North Carolina is a little gem that lies on the Albemarle Sound in the north-eastern corner of North Carolina.
 The streets are lined with amazing historical homes that look like something out of a movie set.  Seeing as Charleston, SC is my favorite city you wouldn't think the homes in Edenton would be so noteworthy, but trust me when I say, it is well worth a visit if you love history and old houses!

Edenton also has some pretty fabulous restaurants and cafes. As a matter of fact,  I had the best biscuit I have had in a VERY long time last weekend at 'Nothing Fancy Cafe in downtown Edenton!  There are also some cute little boutiques that hopefully I can share about in another post sometime soon.  It is truly refreshing that Edenton  has preserved it's quiet history and  community which continues to have a thriving downtown with every store front filled.

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9 comments:

Nancy said...

Looks beautiful Michelle.

Michelle said...

Wow, how gorgeous.

Sues said...

Those homes *ARE* gorgeous!!!!! I am so glad there is happiness there, as well. :-D LOVE!!!

SarahCate said...

Oh how wonderful to see Edenton! We were stationed in NC in the early 90's and drove through a few times on our way to the Outer Banks. Lovely little town and what gorgeous pictures!

Sundresses and Smiles said...

I'll be adding a visit to Edenton to my bucket list! Looks gorgeous!

Lady Lou said...

Edenton is my home town and I miss it so much. I am even thinking of moving back in a few years. I love the small town life. Enjoyed your kind words of the most beautiful town I know.

Lady Lou said...

Edenton is my home town. It is the most beautiful small town I have ever seen. I enjoyed your kind word about Edenton, NC. I go back to visit every few years and it still looks the same as it did when I was a child.

Kathie Truitt said...

I've never been there but would like to. I used to work here in DC with a young girl from Edenton. Sweetheart of a young lady.

Ruth said...

Those homes are beautiful