The Robertson-O’Briant house sits on a 4.3-acre farm in northwestern Wake County. The former tobacco farm has been labeled a historic landmark.
The Robertson-O’Briant house sits on a 4.3-acre farm in northwestern Wake County. The former tobacco farm has been labeled a historic landmark. Courtesy of Wake County Parks COURTESY OF WAKE COUNTY PARKS
The Robertson-O’Briant house sits on a 4.3-acre farm in northwestern Wake County. The former tobacco farm has been labeled a historic landmark. Courtesy of Wake County Parks COURTESY OF WAKE COUNTY PARKS

Wake County Board of Commissioners recognizes historic farm

May 03, 2015 11:06 AM

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