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Magnolia Grove
1002 Hobson Street
Greensboro, Alabama 36744
Voice: 334-624-8618

Magnolia Grove is a historic house museum located on 15 acres at the west end of Greenboro's historic district.

The Greek Revival home was built around 1840 by Colonel Isaac Croom. It is also the boyhood home of Richmond Pearson Hobson, a Spanish-American War hero and a progressive statesman.

The house is recognized as an excellent example of temple-style Greek revival architecture.



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