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The Elm Ridge Plantation is a historic house in Greensboro, Alabama. It was built in 1836. It was later acquired by Alfred Hatch, a wealthy planter from North Carolina who moved to Alabama in 1840 with his family.

The Elm Ridge Plantation is one of the most notable plantations owned by Alfred Hatch. He had several other large ones all over the region, but the Elm Ridge and the Arcola Plantation were his most noted, even deemed historic for their architecture.

The Elm Ridge Plantation is best described to be a one-story raised cottage style house in the Mid 19th Century Revival architecture. However, aside from the main house, the whole property is considered historic and was made part of the Alabama Register of Landmarks and Heritage. The house alone made it to the National Register of Historic Places in 1991.
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