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Also known as the Frazer-Brown-Pearson Home, the Noble Hall is a historic house in Auburn, Alabama. The structure is a plantation house in the Greek Revival style built in 1854 to serve as the main house of a 2000 acre cotton plantation. Composed of 8 rooms with 12 foot ceilings, the Noble Hall is a really notable antebellum Southern mansion.

Another interesting fact about the Noble Hall is that it managed to survive a Union troops attack, despite housing injured Confederate soldiers. According to stories, the residents prevented the Union soldiers from ransacking and burning down their house by showing the soldiers a Masonic sign. After this, the soldiers were persuaded to just take the horses and mules instead.

The Noble Hall is also noted for being the first structure in Lee County to be added on the National Register of Historic Places.
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