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Montfort Hall is a historic house in Raleigh, North Carolina. It is a historic landmark located in the Boylan Heights area of the city.

Noted for being one of the few mansions in the city of Raleigh that survived the Civil War, the Montfort Hall is listed on the National Register of Historic Places and designated a Raleigh Historic Landmark. It was built in 1858 in the Italianate style of architecture for William Montfort Boylan, the youngest son of the influential local businessman William Boylan. It was designed by William Percival.

The Montfort Hall is an excellent example of an antebellum mansion in the Raleigh area. Sadly, it is still used as a private residence, and it is not open to the public. You can drive by the front gate of the site, though, and marvel at its beauty.
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