3427 N Tryon St.
Charlotte, NC 28206
Built in 1815 by Archibald Frew, Rosedale Plantation features a distinct chrome yellow trim and original, preserved French wallpaper on several interior walls. Neighbors originally referred to the plantation as Frew's Folly due to the color scheme.
Rosedale is an example of the Federal period of architecture in the south, and the gardens around the plantation are a stand-alone attraction. Tours of the estate are offered Thursday-Sunday afternoons, and joining one is the only way into the house.