Reynolda Village

The little buildings that make up Reynolda Village itself were once the outbuildings of the Reynolda House. Now, the entire area has been repurposed into charming shops and restaurants. The neighborhood surrounding Reynolda Village, including the houses bordering the Reynolda gardens & fields, the houses surrounding Graylyn, and the houses adjacent to SECCA, are fortunate to be so close to some of the best walking trails in Winston.

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A Proper View

High quality eye care and unique glasses you wont find anywhere else.

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A Proper View

A locally-owned, independent optometry practice in Reynolda Village with a unique selection of eyewear. Their team includes an optometrist and three eyewear stylists.

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J. McLaughlin

A clothing store in Reynolda Village selling classic attire for men and women with a focus on the American sportswear style.

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Reynolda House

This historic home is now a museum of American art. Today, works by Georgia O’Keeffe, Grant Wood, Stuart Davis, and Jacob Lawrence hang on the walls of the restored house, while changing exhibitions are featured in a 3,000 square-foot-gallery. Decorative arts and archival objects complete the Museum’s three collections.

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Graylyn

The Graylyn Estate is a historic luxury boutique hotel owned and operated by Wake Forest University.

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Fratelli’s Steakhouse

Big menu with a wide variety of starters, salads, pizzas, burgers, sandwiches, steaks, fresh fish and Italian favorites. Come hungry!

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Monkees of the Village

Upscale women’s boutique selling hip designer clothing, shoes & accessories, plus home decor.

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SECCA

A cool contemporary art museum with rotating exhibits and an impressive event space. 

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