Raleigh North Carolina Governor's Mansion ~ Antique
The North Carolina Executive Mansion (also referred to as the North Carolina Governor's Mansion) is the official residence of the Governor of North Carolina and their family. Building began in the year 1883 and it was designed by architects Samuel Sloan and A.G. Bauer. The first occupants, Governor Daniel G. Fowle and his family, moved into the unfinished building in January 1891. It is an example of Queen Anne style architecture.
Our minimalist style brings us back to our roots while looking forward to the sleek, understated touchstone gift. Our roots were an all paint image and this is a black paint and gold paint. Please allow extra order time for drying of paint between coats.