Atrium Antiques

Monday-Saturday 10 am-5 pm

Phone:  (910) 693-8070

Address: 125 Murray Hill Road, Southern Pines, NC 28387

Cameron Historic District

U.S. 1 north of Southern Pines to NC 24/27. Listed in the National Register, three blocks of antique shops, vintage homes and churches housed in structures dating to the 1870’s. Lunch available at The Tea Cozy (McPherson’s Store) or Dewberry Deli (Old Hardware).

Phone:  (910) 245-3415 or (910) 245-3020

Address: 485 Carthage Street (Hwy 24/27), Cameron, NC 28326

Journey’s End Antiques

Located on U.S. Hwy 1 in Town & Country Antique Mall, across from Aberdeen Lake Park.

Phone:  (910) 944-3359

Address: 206 N. Sandhills Blvd., Aberdeen, NC 28315

Railside Architectural & Antiques

Open Wed.-Sat. 11 am-5 pm. 123 Exchange St., Aberdeen, NC 28315 (910) 690-3089

Phone:  (910) 690-3089

Address: 123 Exchange St., Aberdeen, NC 28315

Sunshine Antique & Mercantile Company

Buy, Sell or Trade. Specializing in Primitive & Country Furnishings. Thursday-Saturday 10 am to 5 pm.

Phone:  (919) 995-3488

Address: 115 N. Sycamore Street, Aberdeen, NC, 28315

The Bull Room

Upcycled, Chalk Painted, Repurposed Furniture and Decor. A walk in craft room where you can come in to paint and create anytime. Teachers and Military always get 15% off.

Phone:  (910) 986-7073

Address: 111 W. South Street, Aberdeen, NC 28315

The Vintage Barn

Unique hand picked finds – rustic, retro, funky, shabby chic and antique.

Phone:  (919) 924-7260

Address: 108 McReynolds Street, Carthage, NC 28327


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