Montfort Hall, now known as Heights House Hotel, was commissioned in 1858 by William Montfort Boylan with the guidance of British architect William Percival. The Italianate style mansion was completed in 1860 and sits on the highest point of the now historic Boylan Heights neighborhood in Downtown Raleigh. It is one of the few remaining pre-civil war houses in the Raleigh area and is a National and Raleigh Historic Landmark. Over the past 162 years, the house has seen an array of owners, renovations, restorations, and changes. Even so, the home was incredibly well built and the structure has truly stood the test of time.
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