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Now more popularly known as Myrtle Hill, the Boligee Hill is a historic plantation located in Marion, Alabama. It was built in 1835 by Dr. John David Means, a settler who was originally from Newberry, South Carolina. The main house was built in 1840, a couple of years after the plantation was established.

In 1869, the Boligee Hill was acquired by the Hays family. They renamed it to Myrtle Hall, after the sweet myrtle that grew around the property. It was later changed in 2007 into Myrtle Hill when it was restored by the Beeker family.

The Boligee Hill now functions as the Myrtle Hill Bed and Breakfast. It offers the historic home and 12 acres worth of enchanting Victorian gardens to its visitors.
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