The Victorian Ragan House was built by Moses Hammond in 1880. He was an active local politician and civic leader who once ran for lieutenant governor. The home was purchased by H. S. Ragan in 1917. The renovated house, which is now owned by Archdale Friends Meeting, is on the National Register of Historic Places. The Archdale associates are honored to work in this historically nostalgic and architecturally beautiful place. Since Archdale Friends Meeting donates monies received from this property to charity, we are pleased to be a part of giving back to the community.
As members of the Archdale/Trinity Chamber of Commerce, we frequently partner with organizations in our community to host events and share our space. Randolph County Northwest Arts Council supplies our conference room with beautiful art exhibits throughout the year. Come to Archdale! Located on the outskirts of High Point, we are right in the heart of North Carolina. On every side, we offer major highways with quick access to large cities with all their amenities, major colleges and universities...and best of all....the ocean about 3 hours to the east and the mountains less than 2 hours to the west. Yet our community of about 10,000 people is small enough to know you. We live and work in a place where children ride their bikes after school, back yard BBQ' s are common place, and it's still ok to borrow a cup of sugar from the neighbor next door. In Archdale, community is paramount, hospitality abounds and neighbors really do look out for neighbors.
Our mission is to be the #1 real estate agency in Archdale and surrounding areas. #1 in sales, #1 in service, and above all, #1 in character.