36.218786, -78.922477 208 Red Mountain Road Rougemont NC Year built 1935 Architectural style Georgian Revival Construction type Masonry Neighborhood Rougemont Use School Gas Station Post Office Grocery Store Building Type School Can you help?You don't need to know everything, but do you know the architect?Log in or register and you can edit this. Related Tours Rougemont Red Mountain, so named for the hilly, red clay terrain on the west side of the Flat River was the site of a Tuscadora Indian village (possibly a seasonal village only,) located near the falls of the Flat River. A nearby flint quarry supplied raw materials for tools and weapons. The Tuscadora ('Hemp Gatherers') also raised bison, which they... Read More Comments Submitted by Local Durham on Mon, 2/15/2021 - 10:57pm My grandmother Drucilla Pendergraph, went to school here. The old cafeteria she ate in as a student, was moved from behind the building, to the east side of the main building in the late 80s. It has housed several restaurants and is currently a pizza joint. She was post master in the main building for a short time and would often organize ball games with neighborhood kids in the front lawn area in the 50s and 60s. Doug Pendergraph Add new comment Log in or register to post comments.