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  • Welcome to Clara's House.

  • Guests and visitors enter Clara's House at the main foyer and are greeted by staff and volunteers at the front desk.

  • The common area living room provides a place of respite for overnight and day visitors.

  • The library is stocked with many selections for adults and children to enjoy. Clara's House volunteers are constantly adding new selections to the library.

  • The living room is also home to a baby grand piano donated by a local couple.

  • A common kitchen and dining area is available for overnight and day visitors.

  • The kid’s room is full of toys, books, games, art supplies and more for young visitors to Clara's House.

  • The sunroom offers twin exposure to The Healing Garden.

  • Clara's House features 12 overnight guest rooms that are accessible by stairs and elevator.

  • Overnight and day visitors may enjoy the healing comfort of the Healing Garden at Clara's House.

  • Inspired by classical English design, the Healing Garden features a variety of blooming colors.

  • Seat walls of Tennessee Fieldstone and a secluded water feature with streams and waterfalls offer a place to “sit a spell”.

  • The wide-open arms of “La Breeza” welcomed visitors to Clara McLean’s suite in Pinehurst’s Carolina Hotel for many years. Today they welcome visitors to the Healing Garden

    “He ain’t heavy,” a stone boy lifting his stone brother toward a live apple tree is from the Moore County farm of Lynda and Dr. Jeffrey Acker, radiation oncologist at Moore Regional Hospital.

  • A focal point of the Healing Garden is the traditional English dovecote.

    Chess anyone?

 
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