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The Hybart House is a historic home in Monroeville, Alabama. It was built in the late 1920s for the couple Charles Louis Hybart and Virgina Marion McDuffie Hybart. It is a Mediterranean Spanish villa made with stones that were hauled from Limestone Creek.

The Hybart House became quite a social center in the city of Monroeville back in the day. It hosted several lavish parties which were attended by politicians and dignitaries from all over the state.

The Hybart House was donated by Virginia McDuffie Hybart Taylor, the daughter of Virginia and Charles Hybart, to the Monroe County Heritage Museums in honor of her parents. The organization restored the house and turned it into a historic house museum. Today, it is best known as the Hybart House Museum and Cultural Center which is open for tours and rentals for weddings and other parties.
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