the adamsleigh showhouse in greensboro is open for viewing through may 5th. the showhouse is sponsored by traditional home magazine benefiting the junior league of greensboro's mission and their partnership with cone elementary. hidell brooks gallery had the pleasure of helping designers lisa mende and traci zeller with art for their gentleman's dressing room and bath.
lisa and traci picked a gorgeous kate long stevenson and sally king benedict to go in their jointly designed room. we are headed up there to see the house this week and are thrilled to see their room along with rooms designed by suzanne kasler, miles redd and cindy smith.
the Adamsleigh estate was designed and built for high point textile magnate john hampton “hamp” adams, a native of adamsville, south carolina and co-founder of adams-millis corporation, the first company in high point to be listed on the new york stock exchange. adams also owned the vast property that is now known as “adams farm”, a large residential development not far from adamsleigh.
the estate features 33 rooms, including 10 bedrooms, and totals 15,000 square feet. the estate covers 13.5 acres that include pools, a lake, tennis courts, a stone gazebo and a five-car garage.
designed by winston-salem architect luther lashmit, who also designed graylyn in winston-salem. some have argued that adamsleigh is north carolina’s second most impressive house, behind biltmore in asheville.
we will share more photos of adamsliegh from our visit this week. if you are near greensboro before may 5th take the time to stop by the showhouse!