Chapel Hill Home of James Taylor Up for Auction

For the first time ever, the public will have an opportunity to tour the house where James Taylor spent his childhood years in Chapel Hill. George Smart, the executive director of North Carolina Modernist Houses, calls the home a “great example of midcentury modernism.” The home was built in 1952 and was designed by award-winning architects George Matsumoto and John Latimer.

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