The Julian Price Mansion was originally profiled on an edition of the TV show Hoarders. Since that broadcast, a family bought and totally restored the home from top to bottom. Air Treatment won the bid to install all of the HVAC for the restoration project.

Air Treatment Installs All New HVAC for Mansion

The new heating and cooling equipment installation proved to be a very detailed project. All new ductwork and registers were installed, keeping the aesthetic of the home in mind and within very limited space availability. High-efficiency Carrier systems were installed that include high-efficiency media filters and wireless thermostats. This comprehensive installation began in October 2017 and was completed shortly before the April 5th unveiling.

Tickets to Tour Mansion Available Through April 29

Hillside is just blocks from downtown Greensboro, in the tree-lined neighborhood of Fisher Park. Originally designed by noted architect Charles C. Hartmann, the home was built in 1928 for Julian Price, an insurance executive. The Tudor Revival home is four-stories, contains 31 rooms in 7,266 square feet, with a three-story polygonal stair tower, red-brown rough-fired brick and half-timbering with stucco.

Tour tickets to view the home are available to the public through April 29th. Tours are in two-hour time brackets.

Additional details regarding tours can be found by clicking here.

By touring this wonderful home you are a partner in preservation! Thank you!

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