Whalehead Club was a historic hunting club situated in Corolla, Currituck County, North Carolina. The clubhouse was worked as a private chasing retreat on the grounds of the Lighthouse Club in the vicinity of 1922 and 1925. It comprises of a three-story, five straight, focal square flanked by bring down pieces with screened in patios. Every one of the three pieces are topped by soak peak rooftops with dormers. Amid World War II, the property was rented by the United States Coast Guard.This remarkable home, worked in the 1920s, has been flawlessly reestablished to its unique glory. Inside the historical center see Tiffany lighting, Majorelle decorations and one of a kind Art Nouveau custom specifying all through the house. The living arrangement, boat storage and extension are altogether recorded on the National Register of Historic Places.