A house on Lowe's new headquarters in Mooresville, N.C., has been moved a mile away, where it will be renovated as an office.
Lowe's began construction on the site in 2003 and began working with Preservation North Carolina to find someone to claim the house, built in 1885 by local businessman Samuel Mott and empty since Lowe's bought the property four years ago.
Local interior designer Kay Kirby read a story about the 2,400-square-foot Mott House in the Charlotte Observer and contacted Preservation North Carolina.
"We worked with several people that were interested, and she was the best fit," says Mike Stout, director of the nonprofit's northwest office. ... Read More →
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