Old Traveler, also known as the Woodruff-Fennell Place, is one of the oldest buildings in Holly Springs.
Heritage is an Italianate mansion built in 1872 with French New Orleans influences.
This home on College Avenue is called Gwydir, and is a vernacular cottage with Italianate features.
Herndon is one of the oldest two-story brick homes in Holly Springs.
Christ Episcopal Church in Holly Springs is a Gothic Revival church with nordic architectural influences.
Linden Terrace, built in 1844, in a superb example of the Federal style of architecture.
Coopwood, built in 1903 by Dan Shumacker, is a late Victorian house owned by the Coopwood family for nearly 100 years.