Gibsonville School @ adjacent to 500 Church Street. The School operated as a public education facility from its 1923 construction until 2006. Since property closure, the GMSHI has advocated redevelopment of this facility. In 2013, the site was contracted with Preservation North Carolina and in 2014 the property was put on the National Register of Historic Places. Redevelopment is pending.
Burke Manor Inn @ 303 Burke Street. This downtown Gibsonville site is an 1908 constructed residence built by the Cone family. This property was converted into an eight room bed and breakfast after rehabilitation in 1999. Currently this location is active also with weekly weddings and an onsite French restaurant open on the weekends. For more information, see www.burkemanor.com.
Francis Marion Smith House @ 204 Railroad Avenue. Per wikipedia.org, this home was "built in 1898, and consists of a 2/2-story, double-pile main block with a one-story rear kitchen ell. The house incorporates Queen Anne and Colonial Revival style design elements. It has a high hipped roof, tall chimneys with boldly corbeled caps, and a full with front porch with Tuscan order columns." Property was listed on the National Register in 1984. Picture taken December 2014.
Simeon Wagoner House @ 5838 NC Highway 61. Per wikipedia.org, this home was "was built in 1861, and is a two-story, three bay, single-pile, Italianate style brick dwelling. It has distinctive recessed panels and corbelling, a two-story rear ell, and Greek Revival style interior." It was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1991.
The Joseph Gibson house near Highway 61 @ Highway 70.