Cade-Hillier House at Greensboro, AL (built 1900; listed om the NRHP)

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This beautiful two-story, home was built circa 1900. Features of the house include a complex roof line, corner tower with 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 listed on the National Register of Historic Places (NRHP). This house is located at 1604 Main Street in Greenboro (GPS coordinates 32.704372, -87.598091).

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.

Photographs courtesy of RuralSWAlabama.

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.

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