This beautiful two-story, home was built circa 1900. Features of the house include a complex roofline, corner tower with a conical roof, central double-leaf entrance, a wraparound porch with Eastlake trim, a conical roof projection and an upper-level gable roof porch. It is a contributing property to the Greensboro Historic District that is listed on the National Register of Historic Places (NRHP). This house is located at 1604 Main Street in Greenboro (32°42’15.7″N 87°35’53.1″W – Google Maps).
This is a private residence – drive by only.
Sources: 1) NRHP “Greensboro Historic District” Nomination Form, 2) Hale County Alabama, An Inventory of Significant and Historic Resources, by the Cahaba Trace Commission.
This house (identified as the Cade-Hillier House) is site #29 on the Greensboro Historic Walking Tour brochure. The Walking Tour brochure contains six routes that include 74 historic Greensboro sites. Brochures are available at a tourism kiosk that’s located on the southeast corner of Main and Beacon Streets at downtown Greensboro.