447 Merwick Circle
Size:3BR/2BA (2,440 sq ft)
This home has maintained much of its original footprint and details through three owners and several updates. It follows the iconic midcentury modern template: post-and-beam design, expansive windows and deep, overhanging eaves. Look for delightful details original to the home: the space heaters and kitchen oven, white sconce and mirror wall in the living room, and the skylight in the center of the home. The home has quite a design pedigree, as its architect, Al Cameron, was a member of the first graduating class of N.C. State University’s School of Design. He studied under the school’s first dean, Henry Kamphoefner, who was known for bringing modern architecture to the region. Continuing full circle, Gray Stout, the current owner along with his wife, Heather St. Aubin-Stout, is a member of Kamphoefner’s last graduating class.