WILMINGTON, NC (WWAY) — Hidden behind large magnolia trees, you’ll find a commanding Mediterranean-inspired home on this year’s Azalea Festival Home Tour.
Located near Wilmington’s Oakdale cemetery, the Wolf-Webb home was built and designed 12 years ago by John Wallace.
When he sold the home, local artist Katherine Wolf-Webb knew she had to purchase it.
“His wife had connections with South America, so that’s the Mediterranean feel you get here and he built it for them,” Wolf-Webb said.
The house has a beautiful staircase and a large dining room that overlooks an enclosed courtyard.
Wolf-Webb converted the garage and an upstairs room into an art studio.
She says the craftsmanship of the home makes it a remarkable place to live.
“You can tell that it was built with love and attention and excellent design,” she said.
The Historic Wilmington Foundation’s Azalea Festival Home Tour runs Saturday, April 14 and Sunday, April 15. Click here http://ncazaleafestival.org/event/historic-home-tour/ for ticket information.