Adjacent to Wake Forest’s campus, Reynolda Village’s boutique shops and restaurants are housed in buildings which once supported the 1,067 acre estate of the R.J. Reynolds family. These buildings were modeled after an English Village and included dairy barns, a cattle shed, school, post office, smokehouse, blacksmith shop, carriage house, central power and heating plant as well as cottages to house the family’s chauffeur and stenographer, the village’s school master and the farm’s head dairyman and horticulturist. The buildings now house more than 40 stores, restaurants, services, and offices
To find out more visit: www.reynoldavillage.com
For more information contact Kenneth Basch at 336.758.5584.