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Historic Home Matching Grant Applicants

Beverly Hills Historic District | South Broad - East Fifth Street Historic District | Lakeside Historic District | East Davis Street Historic District | West Davis-Fountain Place Historic District | Glencoe Mill Village Historic District | Downtown Burlington Historic District 

2023 Grant Cycle opens March 1, 2023

Are you a homeowner living in a single family residence located within one of Burlington’s six designated National Register Historic Districts or listed individually as a local, state, or National Register landmark? Does your place need some work?

We can help.

Historic Home Matching Grant

Applicant Resources

Click on the resources below for guidance on restoration best practices. 

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Mac & Stephanie Williams

Fountain Place

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Sarah & Harold Vincent

W. Davis Street

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Annette Vinding

Glencoe Street

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Laura & Dylan Field

W. Front Street

Historic Home
Matching Grant Recipients 2022

For the Historic Property Owners

Get to Know Us

Through preservation, education, and involvement, Preservation Burlington seeks to protect and celebrate the architectural and historical heritage of Burlington and the surrounding area. Historic preservation and adaptive re-use contributes to stronger, safer neighborhoods, economic development, aesthetic beauty, and community pride. By fostering within the community an appreciation of our historic properties, we aim to promote interest in, and good stewardship of our local historic treasures.


Alamance County's premiere architectural salvage store.

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Join us for workshops, open houses and educational tours, and architectural salvage sale events. We can't wait for you to join our community!

Get Involved

Dedication. Expertise. Passion.

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The Town of Company Shops

founded in 1859

A history rich in the railroad industry and textiles.

We promote the preservation of historic structures by supporting property owners. 


We educate the public about what historic preservation is, why it matters, and how it can enrich the entire community. 


We advocate for preservation initiatives by encouraging projects that balance the need for development and growth with the desire to retain our historic resources.

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