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The Bonner House is a historic house in Bath, North Carolina. It was built in 1835 by Joseph Bonner for his wife, Sallie Ann, and their family.

Noted for being one of the last few remaining structures in the early 19th century Carolina architecture, the Bonner House is thoroughly preserved. Its design say a lot about its time, as most experts speculate that its elements manifest of the beauty of its location. Some even say that the wide front porch could have been constructed that way so residents could ?sit and rock on summer evening, watch the fishing boats come in, and chat with neighbors walking by?.

The Bonner House is now a part of the Bath Historic District and is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
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