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The Historic Latta Plantation is a historic complex in Huntersville, North Carolina. It is composed of 55 acres worth of land located inside the Latta Nature Preserve. The site was once home to James Latta, a Scots-Irish immigrant planter and merchant.

The Historic Latta Plantation preserves and tells of the story of an 1800s cotton plantation and farm. It features a living history farm and museum that portrays farm life back in the 19th century. The site is 53 acres worth of the original 1800s plantation. It features the original dwelling house, known as the Latta House, now turned into a historic house museum with period furnishings, as well as a number of outbuildings and livestock breeds that are authentic to the period they are trying to replicate. Costumed interpreters are also available to retell the tale of the site.
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City: Huntersville
County: Mecklenburg
Address: 5225 Sample Road
Zip: 28078
Phone Number: 704-875-2312
Category: Other
Website: Historic Latta Plantation
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