The Tucker Place is located in Cabarrus County just outside of Harrisburg in southern end of the county. The house was built before 1861 by an unknown. However, John Franklin Tucker (1817-1877) enlarged the house and carved a board February 28, 1861 along the center of the upstairs facade. This homestead is listed in the historical records of Cabarrus county as one of the oldest in the area. It's time worn floors and walls have been repainted and remodeled over the years as the indoor plumbing was introduced. The indoor bathroom took its place on the back porch. Many years have past since the log barn was constructed yet it still stands after Hugo in the late 1989 almost destroyed the barn Boyd Black was able to repair it. Allthough it has weathered many storms the old tin roof still keeps the straw and hay dry. The barn is the perfect backdrop for that rustic barn setting. The large ole oak tree in the meadow is perfect for that whimsical and romantic setting for a wedding ceremony too. Our goal is to provide excellent service and decor to provide you with the wedding ceremony of your dreams. We are excited to talk with you about your vision of your special day. Please call us or email us today.