This is the first Presbyterian church of Holly Springs, built in a unique vernacular cottage style in 1837.
The Hugh Craft Cottage, located near Holly Springs City Hall, is a rare surviving example of an early commercial vernacular buildings in town.
Holly Springs’ City Hall was built in the Neo-Classical style, in 1925.
Originally built in 1860 as an Italianate cottage, Rutledge was renovated into a Victorian cottage in 1894.
Whittens, built in 1840, is a Greek Revival home with an English-style basement.
This unassuming building, located north of the Holly Springs square on Blues Alley is Aikei Pro’s Records Shop, home of a local legend, octogenarian David “Fox” Caldwell.
Warwick is a prefabricated Craftsman Bungalow, brought to Holly Springs in 1910.
The Buford House is a Craftsman house built in 1919.