Architecture You Love
A North Carolina 501C3 Educational Nonprofit Archive Documenting, Preserving, and Promoting Residential Modernist Architecture


Enjoy browsing, but unless otherwise noted, these houses are private property and closed to the public -- so don't go tromping around uninvited.


 The firm that eventually became Deltec Homes was founded by Clyde Kinser in 1955 as Kinser Home Insulation of Asheville NC. Kinser sold insulation and other energy-efficient products and brought both sons Robert and Wayne into the business. Based on a design from Rondesics, Robert Kinser made substantial improvements to create the Deltec. The company is still based in Asheville.

1971 - 1709 Baker Road, Raleigh.  Sold in 2015 to Mary Jo Lichty.

1993 - 172 Gilberts Way, Hayesville NC. Built by the original owner in just six weeks. Technically, it's not a Deltec, but it's very close to an Eagle's Nest model. Transferred in 2008 to Linda and Brian Dobson under the Dobson Family Trust. For sale in 2014.

1994 - 386 Beacon Lane, Sneads Ferry NC. Sold in 2013.

1996 -
The Blanca Joseph House, 281 Captains Drive, Roxboro NC. For sale in 2016.

1997 - 181 Browntown Road, Leicester NC. Sold in 2004 to Henry M Singleton. Deeded in 2008 to Jacalyn A. Colson and Gary S. Singleton.

1997 - The Pamela J. Tellock and Avalon Avante House, 21 Red Oak Forest Lane, Fairview NC. Sold in 2013 to Gail C. Kleckner.

About 1980 - 64 White Birch Lane, Brevard NC.  Located in Balsam Grove. Three Deltecs on one property. Sold around 2012.

1999 - 29 White Eagle Way, aka Skyfall, Leicester NC. Sold in March 2000 to Elizabeth Lane and Beverly Jones.  Sold in 2007 to Parker and Melissa Pfister.  Sold in 2013 to David and Kathy Lewis.  Sold in 2015.

2000 - 70 Woollyworm Drive, Pittsboro NC.

2000 - 239 Country Club Circle, Brevard NC.  Sold to Robert Pemberton.  Sold in 2015.

2001 - The Sara Carson Dennis House, 20 North Eastatoe Gap Road, Rosman NC. Sold in 2013.

2003 - 5146 Southbrook Drive, Kings Mountain NC.  Sold in 2006.

2004 - The Amy Celeste Holm and Vervin Stamey House, 830 Fortescue Road, Zirconia NC.

Sources include: Virginia Faust, Catherine Cramer.