Rogers-Bagley-Daniels-Pegues House

Raleigh, NC

The Rogers-Bagley-Daniels-Pegues House, built circa 1855, is one of the best examples of the Greek Revival style of residential architecture in Wake County and is a National Historic Register property.  Originally slated for demolition, this antebellum structure is a contributing building to the East Raleigh South Park National Register Historic District.

The project involved the complete update of all building systems and meticulous restoration of significant architectural details such as the Italianate brackets and bas-relief anthemia.  The architect worked to convert the structure from the original residential use to modern offices and meeting space for the project developer.  In addition, the surrounding grounds were also upgraded with the restoration and installation of field stone walls, landscaping, wrought iron fencing and accessibility improvements.

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Civil / Landscape:

Stewart Engineering


SGI & Associates

Mechanical / Electrical:

Alamance Consulting Engineers


Weaver-Cooke Construction


Robert Flynn, Marc Lamkin


2003 Sir Walter Raleigh Award for Community Appearance

2003 Anthemion Award for Historic Preservation

2003 Gertrude S. Caraway Award of Merit