This church is an exceptional example of Carpenter Gothic. The two corner towers, Gothic-arched windows, and frame construction are typical characteristics of this rural architectural style. To the right is the former Chappell Hill College building (1927, Page Brothers), now the local history museum.
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Chappell Hill United Methodist Church
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