Take a trip to Creswell's Davenport Homestead and see what everyday life was like over 200 years ago. The main house is less than 600 square feetó not much larger than the family living area of many of today's homes. It was built in the late 1700s and rests on cypress blocks because brick footings were beyond the means of Daniel Davenport, the owner and future North Carolina senator of Washington County. Other buildings have been moved to the site to help demonstrate life at that time. See the Web site below for more information.