Walker-Pyke House

Historic Southport, North Carolina

Walker-Pyke House

Southport, North Carolina 28461, United States

Created By: Southport Historical Society


Southport's oldest surviving house at 239 East Bay Street was originally built in 1800 by the Walker family. It was remodeled in 1889 when W. H. Pyke purchased the house. Original stone work around this home is thought to be ballast stone used in sailing ships 200 years ago. At one time, the house next door at 237 East Bay was joined by a walkway, to create what was known as the Grimes Boarding House and Restaurant. Rear additions were built in the 1990's.

This point of interest is part of the tour: Historic Southport, North Carolina


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