Boone-Withers House

Boone-Withers House Boone-Withers House is a historic home located at Waynesville, Haywood County, North Carolina.

The Guide
01/18/2020
The Guide

The Guide

Come out to the Loft at The Strand at 38 Main on Saturday to enjoy some awesome sounds of Americana, Folk, Country, Acoustic music 🎶

07/18/2019
The Strand at 38 Main

The Strand at 38 Main

To everyone attending the Folkmoot parade this Saturday at 10, we will be opening at 9 with delicious, hand-buttered popcorn, plenty of espresso drinks, fresh pastries from Nettie’s Bakery, and (of course) craft ice cream from the Hop! Make the Strand your one-stop spot for a sugary or savory treat while enjoying the festivities of Folkmoot!

Tonight (October 27th) at 7:30
10/27/2018
The Guide

Tonight (October 27th) at 7:30

MUSIC FANS!!! Come see Zack Dupont at the Boone-Withers House this weekend!

09/18/2018
03/19/2018
This Saturday night - March 17th - 7:30pm
03/14/2018

This Saturday night - March 17th - 7:30pm

Valentines Cookies!
02/14/2018

Valentines Cookies!

Wallpaper found behind the plaster.
11/24/2017

Wallpaper found behind the plaster.

The tree is done!
11/24/2017

The tree is done!

Porch lighting.
11/02/2017

Porch lighting.

Envelope found at Boone-Withers during renovations.
10/10/2017

Envelope found at Boone-Withers during renovations.

Boone-Withers House's cover photo
09/15/2017

Boone-Withers House's cover photo

Boone-Withers House
07/21/2017

Boone-Withers House

Address

138 Church St
Waynesville, NC
28786

Telephone

(828) 356-5441

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Wedding Party on Boone-Withers Lawn.
Wedding Party on Boone-Withers Lawn. Old episcopal church in the background.
Wedding party at Boone-Withers house (1930s)