As many know, the Tucker House in Raleigh holds a special place in my heart as this is where Brian and I had our wedding reception! I fell in love with the Neo-Classical Revival architecture - those stately columns, the romantic balcony, and a sprawling mahogany staircase.
Built in 1915, this house belonged to Garland Scott Tucker (what a cool name!), his wife Toler Moore, and their four children. While the house was damaged by a fire in the 1930s, the original floor plan included a reception hall, library, radio room, telephone room and dining room downstairs, as well as the kitchen, bathroom and a butler's pantry.
Look at the details in these columns! So pretty!