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In this continuing series on the best walks to take in North Carolina, Setzer describes a walk through the campus of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.
Bullard describes two of North Carolina's historic homes--the Love House in Chapel Hill and The Cedars in Salisbury.
Chapel Hill has been known for its charm and beauty since 1795, when the town was selected as the home of the nation's first public university. Over the past two centuries the town has managed to escape the ravages of urban growth which has changed the look of so many American cities. Lea discusses the town's \"carefully preserved built environment.\"
In Chapel Hill and Edenton, two historically significant houses were hit by trees and close to being condemned. But with help of local volunteers and shareholders, both houses were able to be repaired and restored to their former glory.