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Fendall Hall


category : Historic Homes
Completed 1860. One of great Italianate-style houses surviving in Alabama. 1880s hand-painted murals and stenciling in 1st-floor rooms recognized as among finest in country.


Admission: Admission charged
Hours: Open M-Sat. 10-4; other times by appt.
Address: 917 W. Barbour St.

Phone: 334-687-8469
Fax: 334-687-8469
Our Website:www.preserveala.org

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