Big old farmhouses surrounded by lots of pastures, trees, and fencing; this is the Guilford College Road of yesteryear. Today, Guilford College Road is much more commercial and some parts of it are divided four-lane highway. Today is ABC Wednesday and "G" is for Guilford College Road, which stretches from Vickery Chapel Road, just south of I-85 in the Jamestown/High Point end of the county and continues over High Point Road, Wendover, I-40, Across Market Street and Friendly Avenue ending at the confluence of Ballinger, New Garden, and Fleming Roads. Yes, Guilford College has an entrance on Guilford College Road! From beginning to end, Guilford College is about ten miles long. In this long stretch of road, there are only 149 homes. Another "G," Groometown, boasts 261 houses, the most for this letter of the alphabet-- of which there are 194 streets listed in Greensboro.
Addendum: As it turns out, this property has quite a history as a model Quaker farm. Read about it here.