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TWO MAGNIFICENT AMERICAN ESTATES
There's a feeling you get when you turn down the winding
driveway to Reynolda. The green-tiled roof of the bungalow slips
in and out of view between the trees as you pass by blankets of
yellow daffodils in the spring and firey hurricane lilies in the fall.
Some call it a "shoulders-down" moment, while others describe it
as a respite from the hustle and bustle of daily life. But almost all
say it's their favorite spot in Winston-Salem.
Reynolda likes to say, "Welcome to our home."
The 100-year-old Reynolda Estate offers an incomparable
experience: formal gardens and walking trails of Reynolda
Gardens, an eclectic mix of shops and restaurants located at the
estate's original farm buildings (now called Reynolda Village) and
an exceptional collection of American art on view in the restored
30,000-square-foot mansion of Reynolda House Museum of
American Art. Experience the relaxed sophistication of Reynolda,
an escape from the daily grind, 100 years in the making.
For more information, please visit reynoldahouse.org or call
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