The Dr. William C. Verdery House, located at 1428 Raeford Road, is a historic home located at Fayetteville, Cumberland County, North Carolina. It was built in 1936, and is a Colonial Revival style brick dwelling. It consists of a two-story, main block flanked by a two-story wing and a one-story porch wing on the west and a one-story wing and recessed two-bay wing on the east. It is topped by a slate gable roof and features an Ionic order entrance surround.
The house is currently being sold by the estate of Stuart Verdery Kerr (the daughter of Dr. William Verdery). Stuart passed away in her home on August 5, 2011. Stuart was well known throughout the community and made many contributions to society. She was a founding member of the Fayetteville Academy Board of Directors. Stuart also served for many years on the Fayetteville Downtown Revitalization Commission, the Board of Fascinate U Children’s Museum, the Salvation Army Advisory Board, the Cumberland Country Chapter of the North Carolina Symphony and the Linear Park Advisory Board.
She also was a member of the Study Club and the Fayetteville Garden Club. Stuart was actively involved in the Altar Guild at St. John’s Episcopal Church and most recently spearheaded a local ministry supporting families bereaving the loss of a loved one. She devoted her time and passion to feeding the homeless through the Love Lunches program.