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History, Elegance & Comfort for a Luxurious Experience
We welcome you to take a step into history and experience luxury in this masterfully designed estate. Stay in the entire home or choose from 5 exquisitely decorated rooms, each uniquely furnished to provide for a guaranteed exceptional experience. Enjoy 1.6 acres of sprawling grasses and manicured gardens for an evening stroll or to celebrate your special occasion. Unwind in our drawing room with a book and glass of wine while observing the detail of the original molded plaster ceiling and fireplace surround. Or take a short walk to explore the local downtown shops and restaurants. However you plan your visit, it is certain that the charm, elegance and restored original details of this 1929 Tudor mansion will captivate and leave you and your guests with lasting memories.
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The Historic Julian Price House – “Hillside”
Nestled within the beautiful historic Fisher Park district just outside of Downtown Greensboro, Hillside is an example of Period Revival architecture, specifically designed to evoke a rambling English Tudor and was built in 1929 by insurance executive and philanthropist Julian Price with the help of New York architect Charles C. Hartman.
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Based on 7 reviews
13:10 05 Apr 21
An amazing place operated by a wonderful couple. Can't wait to go back
19:11 28 Mar 21
Michael and his property lived up to the other stellar reviews. He has thought of everything to make your stay... comfortable and memorable. The attention to detail in every way was exemplary. Just remember that it is an older home which affects some things. For example, The Traveler room was perfect for me as a solo traveler. However, due to the age of the house, as mentioned, the shower is small and would not work for anyone much taller than 5'8 or 5'9. However, it is no smaller than some cruise ship showers or some B&Bs I have been in. There is also no outlet in the bathroom. However, he does have a mirror by the accessible outlet to make up for that. As others posted, I used a lot of the ground floor, enjoying meals in the cozy nook, on the open porch outside the kitchen and reading in rhe enclosed porch. From the inviting bedding, to black out shades to accessible kitchenware snd snacks, it truly gave me the mental break and "care" I was hoping for.read more
03:52 25 Feb 21
I could not have asked for a better spot to vacation. I stayed in the Traveler's Room, and it was perfect for what I... needed. The room was absolutely charming, almost like the child hood room I never knew I wanted. I loved being able to sleep with the windows open and enjoy some cooler weather. (Florida does not get too much of that.). The room was equipped with storage for my things, with room under the bed for luggage, and a cozy chair to read/journal in, as well as a TV. Michael and Eric did a wonderful job with all of the designs inside of the house. Somehow they managed to capture the historic feel of the house, and make it comfortable, and livable for modern times. The pictures are stunning, but to see everything in person, it is so much better!The hospitality provided at the time of check-in and through out the stay was top notch. Any questions were quickly answered via text, and Michael also provided a great list of antique shops in the area.I anticipate I will be going back in the future, hopefully when the weather is more agreeable, to enjoy some of the outdoor amenities on the grounds.Overall, a great place to visit, whether you are by yourself, or with your loved ones.read more
01:59 25 Feb 21
Wow! We had an amazing time in this wonderful house! Every small detail was meticulously taken care of, and Michael was... simply an extremely gracious host. The pictures just don’t do it justice, you have to see for yourself! Any time we had a question, big or small, he responded quickly and never acted as if we were a bother—he recommended places to eat, shop, etc. At the end of the day, though, what I really loved about him was how he reminded me to relax and make myself at home, because it IS a home, so if you visit, enjoy a meal in the beautiful dining room or breakfast nook, a cocktail in the library with a good book or the views from the enclosed porch. Come stay here and escape all the insanity that life has become...you will be glad you did! I can’t wait to go back, think this will be a yearly destination.read more
23:04 22 Jan 21
05:15 08 Dec 20
Nicest hosts ever, and beautiful property!
13:50 03 Nov 20
Love our stay in this beautiful place.
*We are a lawfully permitted inn/bed and breakfast pursuant to the City of Greensboro’s Land Development Ordinance in effect as of November 14, 2019. Please note this historic estate is also the primary residence of the owners, who reside onsite at the home located thereon, and who are available to guests 24 hours a day, seven days a week. Overnight guests of the estate are welcome to use the estate’s house and grounds for their private enjoyment for the duration of their stay.
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