The Heritage Square is a historic complex in Fayetteville, North Carolina. It features a series of historic structures owned and operated by The Woman?s Club of Fayetteville.
The Heritage Square is composed of three historic buildings:
1. Sandford House ? Built in 1797 by John McLeran. It became notable as the house of the ex-Confederate Captain John E.P. Dangerfield.
2. The Oval Ballroom ? Built around the year 1820 by Robert Halliday. It is a great example of the Regency architecture. It was involved in the historical case of Ann K. Simpson, who was the first woman tried for murder in Cumberland County.
3. Nimocks House ? Built in 1804.
The Heritage Square is available for rent for various occasions and events like weddings, reunions, and parties.