Hillcrest Manor, a Montgomery, Alabama bed and breakfast, is a magnificent and grand mansion that was rebuilt around 1915 and has been listed on the Alabama Register of Historic Places. Encompassing over 5,000 square feet and reputed to be one of the grandest homes built in Montgomery, the storybook mansion is the legacy of the late Judge and Mrs. Will Hill.
The original home, built in the mid-1800s fell into disrepair and was torn down around the turn of the century. The Hill’s rebuilt the mansion over the same foundation and basement, using the bricks from the former antebellum home. A rich pre-Civil War history (to include Wilson’s Raiders encamping on the property on their way to the city) makes Hillcrest Manor a landmark in Montgomery, Alabama.
With its stately columns, Hillcrest is an example of fine Roman Revival Architecture. The stained glass windows, leaded glass doors, pier mirrors, crystal chandeliers and gold leaf cornices are all original to the house, as are many other furnishings.
Hillcrest Manor is located on a tree-lined street, situated upon a hill overlooking the Historic Garden District. The mansion rests amid a private 1.91 acres of mature trees, lush gardens, colorful flowers, verdant manicured lawns and formal fountains and statuary.
Formally owned and maintained by the Montgomery Federation of Garden Clubs for nearly 50 years, the grounds are a discovery in themselves. The Wedding Garden is a private and secluded area that is quietly tucked away among the 100 year-old trees, an arbor dripping with wisteria and a waterfall and stream that flow to a pond reflecting its lush surroundings.
Address1632 S Court St
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