Kernersville Landmarks

Kernersville is a small community in Forsyth County, NC and the largest neighborhood of Winston-Salem, NC. The city is located on the eastern part of the state in the middle of the U.S. State of North Carolina near the Appalachian Mountains. The population of this small community has stayed fairly steady over the years with an average of about 23,000. The major attractions for visitors include the Appalachian Trail Railroad which runs through the area as well as the Appalachian Mountain Railroad.
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The city of this community is divided into four sections; South Hills, Valley View, Old Town, and Village Square. The oldest part of the city is known as Old Town, which consists of historic buildings dating back hundreds of years. The city was home to the first black residents during the colonial period. Old Town was home to a large population of African Americans that was a part of the original settlements in the area. There were many families that moved into the area during the early years. As more settlers settled in the area the number of businesses started to grow. The area of town that is now known as Valley View was once known as Red Stone City.
The historic areas of the city are home to many beautiful buildings and homes. One of the most famous landmarks in the city is the Colonial-style courthouse building. It is made up of two buildings that each have four wings. This historic landmark was constructed in 1903 and is the oldest structure in the area. The other notable landmark that can be seen in town are the Old Soldiers’ Home, a historical home of the Civil War era, and the Old Redstone Church.