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Below is a bit of History on this stunning Venue And so many Reasons to love The Preston Woodall house. Be sure to check out our stunning captures and We can't wait to book with you on your next big event here!
Located in Benson, North Carolina, just 30 minutes from downtown Raleigh, the Preston Woodall House Bed & Breakfast, c.1910, is a distinguished Queen Ann Residence. The 9,500-square-foot facility is conveniently located at the crossroads of two major highways: Interstate 95 and Interstate 40.
This grand home, one-of-five, large-scale homes in a similar stylistic mode built by Benson's prosperous merchants between 1900 and 1920, was constructed for Preston Woodall (1874-1945). Woodall operated a large department store in Benson, which he organized in 1899, as well as twenty farms and five saw mills in the Benson vicinity. In addition, he served as vice-president of the Farmers Commercial Bank for five years, as president of the Citizens Bank and Trust Company for six years, and as alderman of Benson for ten years. He was also secretary to the Board of Elders of the Presbyterian Church and was active in community affairs.
The wedding industry continues to grow in the Triangle region of North Carolina and the Preston Woodall House has succeeded in becoming one of the top wedding venues and Bed & Breakfasts inns in the Triangle and Raleigh area of North Carolina. The house serves as both a ceremony site and a reception site for weddings featuring stunning landscaping and a 2,800-square-foot ballroom.
Gallery Below is Just a few captures of this Grand Venue
Contact The owner Joel Hurley for your Big Day at firstname.lastname@example.org