Central Terrace, nestled in Winston-Salem, North Carolina, is rich in history and culture. This area, part of the Sunnyside–Central Terrace Historic District, is known for its diverse range of architectural styles, dating from about 1892 to 1958. The neighborhood showcases beautiful examples of Colonial Revival, Late Victorian, and Bungalow/American Craftsman style homes. These styles reflect the historical development of the area, which has seen significant changes over the years.

The district's story began with the development of the Sunnyside neighborhood, an eclectic mix of industrial zones, workers' housing, and residences for both middle-income and affluent families. Central Terrace itself was platted in 1912 and developed into a primarily residential area, with the inclusion of a church and two small corner stores. The neighborhood has been shaped by various historical events, such as the advent of the streetcar system and the rise of major industries like R.J. Reynolds Tobacco Company. This area's historical significance was recognized in 2008 when it was listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Today, Central Terrace offers a glimpse into the past, with its well-preserved buildings and a sense of community that harks back to its early days. The neighborhood represents a key piece of Winston-Salem's architectural and social history, capturing the essence of the city's development from the turn of the 20th century.

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