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The Robbins Hunter Museum is among the most prominent residences that makes use of Greek Revival architecture. It was built by Alfred Avery in 1842 and it has been serving as a centerpiece to the city.

It started as a residence before it became a fraternity house. Today, it is a museum that houses a fine collection of American decorative arts that were collected by Robbins Hunter and left to the people. It underwent a successful restoration program that brought it back to its 19th century magnificence. The structure is also now a venue for educational entertainment opportunities that are targeted toward the enrichment of Granville and its surrounding communities.

It is also available for private functions, group tours, and organization tours.
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