William Treloar House

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In the late 1800s, Charlotte's city center boasted a Victorian residential district. Built in 1887 by English-born William Treloar, the structure is known as a "row house." Its large size was meant to house Treloar's huge family with 13 children, their spouses, and any grandchildren that might come into the picture. Today, the house is an elegant reminder of what Charlotte looked like in the 19th century and one of the very few examples of its kind still remaining.