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Battle-Friedman House


category : Historic Homes
1835 Greek Revival mansion built as townhouse by Alfred Battle, wealthy planter/businessman. Later owned by Bernard Friedman, Hungarian immigrant. Restored, beautifully furnished as city cultural center/house museum. Available for weddings, receptions.


Admission: Admission charged
Hours: Open Tu-Sat. 10-noon & 1-4, Sun. 1-4.
Address: 1010 Greensboro Ave.

Phone: 205-758-6138

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