2006 Apex Historical Society Garden Tour Sites                             Close Window

The second society garden tour offered five homes in addition to the Maynard-Pearson House in 2006.


Maynard-Pearson House
1101 Olive Chapel Road

The Maynard-Pearson House dates from approximately 1870 and serves as home to the Apex Historical Society. It is also the host location for the AHS Annual Home Tour reception each December.


Marcie and Craig Corry
1515 NC Highway 751

The Corry’s have turned a farm into a commercial business and home while maintaining the integrity of the historic site. Existing barns and outbuildings are framed by familiar blooming plants.


Kim Crenshaw and Larry Henson
816 NC Highway 751

The formal garden at the Crenshaw-Henson home is frequently used as the background for their photography studio work. The brick patio is comprised of the original bricks that were removed from the house when it was moved from NC Highway 55.


Phillip Sloop and Jane Jones
204 Mason Street

Philip Sloop and Jane Jones have proved that weekend gardeners can have a winsome city garden nestled in the heart of Apex.
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Dianne Weldon
2713 Olive Chapel Road

Dianne Weldon’s beautiful country garden is highlighted by gorgeous rose bushes and a restful pond.

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Judy and Bill Fitzgerald
404 Wooded Lake Drive Rosecroft

Home of the Fitzgeralds has been featured in “The Carolina Gardener” magazine. The name of the estate reflects the couple’s 200-plus varieties of roses.

Apex Historical Society
P.O. Box 506
Apex, NC 27502

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