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In 1954, the farm owned by the Harris family was located on what is now Jenkins Antiques. This property was a highly productive source of corn, soybeans and cotton during its prime.

However much of the farmland would be purchased by the NC DOT in 1992 for the development of the Hwy. 17 bypass and bridge.Becky Jenkins purchased the farmhouse in 1995, preserving the history of the property and transforming the building into a thriving Antiques business, located at the intersection of Hwy. 17 and Hwy 64.

Today, we are a popular destination for many ‘antiquers’ in the area, with frequent visitors from out-of-state. Our hours are Tuesday – Saturday from 9-5, with appointments on Sunday as requested.