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Sunset on a corn field on Linbrook Heritage Estate

Linbrook Heritage Estate

Our Story

Mr and Mrs. Jerry Neal on the front steps of Linbrook Hall

Mr. and Mrs. Neal

Linbrook Heritage Estate is privately owned by Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Neal. Mr.Neal's ancestry on the land can be traced back over 250 years where they worked as subsistence farmers. The estate continues this tradition today as a working farm. Its primary mission is preserving North Carolina's farming heritage and industrial legacy.

Mr. Neal used his knowledge of his family's farming heritage and his own success as an entrepreneur to invest in and create the estate.


Mr. Neal holds patents within the farming industry. He also co-founded one of the largest semiconductor manufacturing companies, and was the recipient of the Order of the Long Leaf Pine by the Governor of North Carolina for his contributions to business in North Carolina.


Jerry Neal and his Great Grandfather Ed Hoover

Top: Ed Hoover (Mr.Neal's Great Grandfather) and Mr. Neal 
Bottom: Albert and Bertie Neal (Mr.Neal's Parents)

Mr. Jerry Neal's Mother and Father Albert and Bertie Neal
Linbrook Hall also known as the "Giving House

Built with a unique purpose to make a difference

The Giving House

Aerial view of Linbrook Hall

The Estate is majestically situated in the heart of 

North Carolina with rolling hills and views of America's oldest mountain range, the Uwharrie Mountains.

Linbrook Hall is the centerpiece of the estate with over 36,000 square feet, four full floors and five different event spaces.

The Neals envisioned Linbrook Hall as a place where people would come together for special events to learn about good causes, and perhaps be moved to give to those causes. In short a "house for giving."



Tours at Linbrook Hall

What We Have To Offer

Whether being a space for formal dinners, teas, an open house tour experience, or even hosting private concerts - the Neals designed the home to accommodate many guests at once. Linbrook Hall offers 5 very private indoor and outdoor event spaces accommodating at most 500 guests.
Surrounded by lush farmland and complete with a classical Greek architectural design, we provide a unique experience and space for many occasions. Over the year's the estate has been used to raise funds for organizations like St. Jude's Children's Hospital, Victory Junction Gang Camp, The United Way, Hospice of Randolph County, and more.

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