The 1814 Hooper-Kyser House is one of the oldest residences in Chapel Hill. This rare Federal style farm house was constructed for William Hooper, UNC's first professor of Ancient Languages. In 1951 it was purchased by UNC 1928 graduate and band leader, radio personality, recording artist and movie/television star, James Kern "Kay" Kyser. The residence features a spacious Provincial French kitchen, a comfortable family room, dining room, living room, heart of pine flooring, and original interior woodwork.
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