Mystic Cottage

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Mystic Cottage
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Mystic Cottage is located in North Carolina
Mystic Cottage
Mystic Cottage is located in the US
Mystic Cottage
Location 105 Magnolia Road, Pinehurst, North Carolina
Coordinates 35°11′44″N 79°28′13″W / 35.1955°N 79.4704°W / 35.1955; -79.4704Coordinates: 35°11′44″N 79°28′13″W / 35.1955°N 79.4704°W / 35.1955; -79.4704
Built 1899 (1899)
Architect Taylor Kendall and Boston Stevens
Part of Pinehurst Historic District (#73001361[1])
Significant dates
Added to NRHP August 14, 1973
Designated {{{NRHP_TYPE2}}} June 19, 1996

Mystic Cottage is a historic U.S. home located at 105 Magnolia Road, Pinehurst, North Carolina. It was the first home of the Leonard Tufts family in Pinehurst. Tufts took over from father James Walker Tufts and was followed by son Richard Tufts, in running the Pinehurst Resort.[2]

The cottage was described in 1900 as elaborate, with 14 rooms and all the modern improvements. The three-story building has a wrap around porch. The porch was extended to the second story later. It is now used for commercial purposes. The cottage is part of the Pinehurst Historic District, added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1973. The district became a National Historic Landmark District in 1996.[2]

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  1. ^ National Park Service (2010-07-09). "National Register Information System". National Register of Historic Places. National Park Service. 
  2. ^ a b Davyd Foard Hood; Laura A. W. Phillips (May 25, 1995). "National Historic Landmark Nomination: Pinehurst Historic District" (PDF). National Park Service. Retrieved January 31, 2016.  Accompanying photos.

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