The house was recently restored and is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. This 2015 article in Home & Garden tells the story of recent owners who restored the house and moved it to its present location: Homeplace: Piney Prospect. The house is located in Tarboro, Edgecombe County, North Carolina, and is "[o]ne of the finest examples of federal architecture within North Carolina."
- Henry Hines (c 1750—?), married Elizabeth (Catherine) Williams
- Sarah Hines (1770—c1856), married Squire Bentley (1770, North Carolina—1851), son of Benjamin Bentley (1747—1839, North Carolina) and Jane (1750, Rowan County, North Carolina—?)
- Benjamin H. Bentley (1814—?), married Mary Davis (1815 Alexander, North Carolina—?), daughter of Jeremiah Davis (c1796 Virginia—1882 Cave-In-Rock, Hardin, Illinois) and Nancy Bridgeman (Madcap?) (09 May 1796 Wythe, Virginia—1873 Hardin, Illinois)
- Squire Benjamin Martin Bentley (15 November 1849 Yancey County, North Carolina—11 March 1903 East Stone Gap, Wise, Virginia), married Virginia Elizabeth Wells (1854 or 1857 Virginia—8 Dec 1917, Big Stone Gap, Virginia), daughter of David W. Wells (1815, Virginia—9 April 1865) and Nancy Jane Elkins (1822 Russell, Virginia—22 December 1887 Wise County, Virginia)
- Lucy Jane Bentley (1875—1948), married Nelson Hyder (1875—1959)