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Randolph County Historic Landmark Sites

A Local Historic Landmark is a designation indicating that the property meets criteria established by local Ordinance, and is important to the heritage and character of the community.   Local Historic Landmark designation helps give our county individual character and ourselves a sense of place, pride, and historic connection.  Local Historic Landmarks provide a tangible link to the past, with people, places, and events, that have made significant contributions to Randolph County history and thus have shaped our present.


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Randolph County Courthouse  1909
145 Worth Street, Asheboro, NC  

Old County Rest Home  1922
2210 S Fayetteville St, Asheboro, NC  

Franklinsville Mfg. Co.  1838
1306 Andrew Hunter Road, Franklinville  

Sandy Creek Primitive Baptist Church  1802 
4785 Sandy Creek Church Rd, Liberty

Trinity Museum / Winslow House c.1855
7524 NC Hwy 62. Trinity, NC

Andrew Balfour Cemetery  1782
Doul Mountain Rd  Asheboro, NC

Pisgah Covered Bridge  1911
6925 Pisgah Covered Bridge Rd, Asheboro 

Mt Shepherd Pottery c. 1775-1800
1045 Mt. Shepherd Rd Ext, Asheboro, NC

Charles W. McCrary House ca. 1929
240 Worth St.  Asheboro, NC   

J. Frank McCrary House ca. 1933
232 Worth St, Asheboro, NC

Sunset Theatre ca. 1929
234 Sunset Ave, Asheboro, NC

Hanks Lodge No. 128 AF & AM, 1850
157 W. Main St, Franklinville, NC

Asheboro Municipal Building  1938
146 N Church St, Asheboro 

Austin Lawrence House, ca. 1848
2383 Cedar Falls Rd, Franklinville

John Wesley's Stand, 1921  
2921 Old County Farm Rd, Sophia

Marmaduke Swaim Robins Law Office, ca 1860
131 N. Main St, Asheboro NC

The Gate Keeper's  House, ca. 1888
312 Lanier Ave, Asheboro NC

Faith Rock Site, ca. 1782 
Faith Rock, Franklinville 

Site of Petty Enterprises, ca. 1949 
311 Branson Mill Rd., Level Cross NC

St. Paul Methodist Episcopal Church, ca. 1879
401 High Point St., Randleman NC  

Randolph County Historic Landmark Sites