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This Greek Revival mansion was built 1853 to 1855 by Benjamin Harvey Hill for his wife, Caroline Holt Hill. Senator Hill served in the Georgia Legislature, Confederate Congress, and U.S. House and Senate. One of the finest examples of Greek Revival...more
LaGrange is a good location for several area attractions, and while you're there, You have to visit Bellevue. The hosts are a friendly, warm couple with tons of interesting information. Make sure you find out about local history, especially the Nancy Hearts.The house has many...More
I visited this beautiful mansion with some of my family members. The host were friendly and excellent. They had great knowledge of the history of the house, Ben Hill, and the surrounding area. I would recommend anyone who loves history to visit this place.
My wife, brother-in-law and I visited here late one afternoon. We got there just before closing, but we had called ahead to make sure that was okay. I expected to be rushed through the house, but instead got an in depth private tour and history...More
This an historical national treasure. The Greek Revival house sits like a majestic dame on the crown of the hill overlooking the town of LaGrange, Ga. we spent a wonderful morning learning about Bellevue and the Benjamin Hill family. The tour is well worth the...More
The docent couple do an outstanding job of explaining the history of the home built between 1854-1856 by Benjamin Harvey Hill, a Confederate and U.S. Senator. It is a National Historic Landmark which now is maintained by the Lagrange Woman's Club. It has been beautifully...More