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FEATURED FILM LOCATION: Julian Price House Inn & Gardens

301 Fisher Park Circle, Greensboro, NC, 27401 US

Nestled within the beautiful historic Fisher Park district just outside of downtown Greensboro, North Carolina, Julian Price House (“Hillside”) is a bed & breakfast inn ready to host your next film or television production. Built in 1929 by executive and philanthropist Julian Price, Hillside is an example of Period Revival architecture, specifically designed to evoke a rambling English Tudor. Its façade features rough stucco, herringbone brick, and false-half-timbered walls, massive brick chimneys with articulated flues and clay pots, wall dormers, and a stair tower. The landscape is equally detailed, containing low stone retaining walls, serpentine flagstone walkways, and mature evergreen trees. Not too long ago, Hillside underwent an extensive 2-year restoration by its current owners. In 2017, it was featured on the 2-hour season finale of A&E's Hoarders. Contact the estate today to book it for your next project.

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History, Elegance & Comfort for a Luxurious Experience

Benjamin Clayton
Benjamin Clayton

13:10 05 Apr 21

An amazing place operated by a wonderful couple. Can't wait to go back

Stacy MacKenzie
Stacy MacKenzie

19:11 28 Mar 21

Michael and his property lived up to the other stellar reviews. He has thought of everything to make your stay... comfortable and memorable. The attention to detail in every way was exemplary. Just remember that it is an older home which affects some things. For example, The Traveler room was perfect for me as a solo traveler. However, due to the age of the house, as mentioned, the shower is small and would not work for anyone much taller than 5'8 or 5'9. However, it is no smaller than some cruise ship showers or some B&Bs I have been in. There is also no outlet in the bathroom. However, he does have a mirror by the accessible outlet to make up for that. As others posted, I used a lot of the ground floor, enjoying meals in the cozy nook, on the open porch outside the kitchen and reading in rhe enclosed porch. From the inviting bedding, to black out shades to accessible kitchenware snd snacks, it truly gave me the mental break and "care" I was hoping for.read more

Paige Watson
Paige Watson

03:52 25 Feb 21

I could not have asked for a better spot to vacation. I stayed in the Traveler's Room, and it was perfect for what I... needed. The room was absolutely charming, almost like the child hood room I never knew I wanted. I loved being able to sleep with the windows open and enjoy some cooler weather. (Florida does not get too much of that.). The room was equipped with storage for my things, with room under the bed for luggage, and a cozy chair to read/journal in, as well as a TV. Michael and Eric did a wonderful job with all of the designs inside of the house. Somehow they managed to capture the historic feel of the house, and make it comfortable, and livable for modern times. The pictures are stunning, but to see everything in person, it is so much better!The hospitality provided at the time of check-in and through out the stay was top notch. Any questions were quickly answered via text, and Michael also provided a great list of antique shops in the area.I anticipate I will be going back in the future, hopefully when the weather is more agreeable, to enjoy some of the outdoor amenities on the grounds.Overall, a great place to visit, whether you are by yourself, or with your loved ones.read more

Niccole Mohrman
Niccole Mohrman

01:59 25 Feb 21

Wow! We had an amazing time in this wonderful house! Every small detail was meticulously taken care of, and Michael was... simply an extremely gracious host. The pictures just don’t do it justice, you have to see for yourself! Any time we had a question, big or small, he responded quickly and never acted as if we were a bother—he recommended places to eat, shop, etc. At the end of the day, though, what I really loved about him was how he reminded me to relax and make myself at home, because it IS a home, so if you visit, enjoy a meal in the beautiful dining room or breakfast nook, a cocktail in the library with a good book or the views from the enclosed porch. Come stay here and escape all the insanity that life has become...you will be glad you did! I can’t wait to go back, think this will be a yearly destination.read more

Jack Lynn
Jack Lynn

05:15 08 Dec 20

Nicest hosts ever, and beautiful property!


13:50 03 Nov 20

Love our stay in this beautiful place.

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Hillside (Greensboro, North Carolina)

United States historic place

Hillside, also known as the Julian Price House, is a historic mansion located in the Fisher Park neighborhood of Greensboro, Guilford County, North Carolina. It was designed by architect Charles C. Hartmann and built in 1929 for the businessman Julian Price. The house, a four-story, 31-room, 180-foot-long (55 m) dwelling in the Tudor Revival style, sits at 7,266 square feet (675 m2). It has a three-story polygonal stair tower, red-brown rough fired brick, and half-timbering with tan stucco. Also on the property is a contributing rustic board-and-batten gardener's cottage.[2][3]

It was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1980.[1] It is located in the Fisher Park Historic District.

In January 2017, Sandra Cowart, an interior designer and former owner of the home, was featured on an episode of A&E's Hoarders. Cowart, who lived there since 1975, was an expert on the home and its architecture. She kept the home in pristine condition until her husband left her in 1979, after she refused to sell the home and have it demolished. For many years, she rented out rooms in the mansion, and gave frequent tours.[4] Her family stated that after 2005, she rarely let anyone inside. She became a compulsive collector, and ultimately lost her business, forcing her to partake in several refinancing schemes that ultimately led to the home being foreclosed. The new owners were understanding, and allowed her to sell and dispose of her things.[5] When asked how she felt about being forced to move, Cowart said she is "lucky" to have called Hillside home for 40 years, and hoped the new owners enjoyed it.[6]

Eric and Michael Fuko-Rizzo purchased Hillside in September, 2016, in a foreclosure sale.[7][8] After the house was cleared of Cowart's possessions in late 2016, the Fuko-Rizzos refurbished the interior and grounds over 2017 with the assistance of Preservation Greensboro, landscape architect Chip Callaway[7][9] and the University of North Carolina at Greensboro Department of Interior Architecture,[10] among others.[11] After the house was remodeled, the Fuko-Rizzos invited interior designers to turn the house into a gallery of contemporary interior design. The kitchen and most of the house was fully remodeled.[12] The "designer showcase" was open from April 7, 2018 through April 29, after which the Fuko-Rizzo family occupied the house.[13]

The Greensboro Zoning Commission denied the Fuko-Rizzos' request for a special permit in May 2019. On November 14, 2019, a judge reversed the ruling, allowing Hillside to become a bed and breakfast provided certain conditions are met.[14]


  1. ^ ab"National Register Information System". National Register of Historic Places. National Park Service. July 9, 2010.
  2. ^Charlotte Vestal Brown and Sandra Cowart (October 1979). "Hillside"(pdf). National Register of Historic Places - Nomination and Inventory. North Carolina State Historic Preservation Office. Retrieved 2014-11-01.
  3. ^Prout, Teresa. "Restoring glory to gardens at historic house made famous by 'Hoarders' TV show". News & Record. Retrieved 1 April 2018.
  4. ^Sullivan, Barbara (23 January 1994). "Season Opener: When The Furniture Industry Comes To Town, It Pays For The Homeowners In High Point, N.c., To Move Out". Chicago Tribune. Retrieved 23 January 2017.
  5. ^Walsh, S.M. "Sandra Cowart on 'Hoarders' 2017: Five Fast Facts You Need to Know". heavy.com. Retrieved 23 January 2017.
  6. ^Wireback, Taft (11 January 2016). "Greensboro's Historic Price House draws no bidders, goes to Bank of America for $731K". News & Record. Retrieved 23 January 2017.
  7. ^ abProut, Teresa. "Restoring glory to gardens at historic house made famous by 'Hoarders' TV show". News & Record. Retrieved 1 April 2018.
  8. ^Kane-DeCwikiel, Dawn. "After 'Hoarders': Peek inside Greensboro's historic Julian Price house (Video)". News & Record. Retrieved 1 April 2018.
  9. ^Kane, Dawn. "New glimpses inside Hillside home of 'Hoarders' fame". News & Record. Retrieved 1 April 2018.
  10. ^Kane, Dawn. "New glimpses inside Hillside home of 'Hoarders' fame". News & Record. Retrieved 1 April 2018.
  11. ^Kane-DeCwikiel, Dawn. "After 'Hoarders': Peek inside Greensboro's historic Julian Price house (Video)". News & Record. Retrieved 1 April 2018.
  12. ^"Historic Kitchen Renovation at the Julian Price House | Marsh Kitchens". www.marshkitchens.com. Retrieved 2018-04-25.
  13. ^Kane, Dawn. "From 'Hoarders' house to show house: The transformation of famed Hillside mansion". News & Record. Retrieved 1 April 2018.
  14. ^DeCwikiel-Kane, Dawn (15 November 2019). "Julian Price house, once featured on 'Hoarders,' can become a B&B, judge rules". News & Record. Retrieved 15 November 2019.
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Sandra's UNTOUCHED Abandoned House - EVERYTHING LEFT BEHIND (What Happened Here???) FHO EP.78

How a nightmare ‘Hoarders’ home was saved and turned into a luxe B&B

This bed and breakfast takes “the satisfaction of a clean room” to a different level.

This 11,000-square-foot mansion was purchased by esteemed Greensboro, North Carolina, interior designer Sandra Cowart in 1975. But in a reality show-ready turn, she tragically lapsed into collecting hordes of objects that engulfed the house before it went into foreclosure.

Hillside mansion — also known as the Julian Price House — ultimately gained worldwide fame for its overrun appearance on A&E’s “Hoarders,” when the new owners, Eric and Michael Fuko-Rizzo, tried to help Cowart clear out the house.

“It is really interesting to have had this place exposed around the world. People come from all over and stay with us, which is why we opened it to the public — so many were interested in the story from the TV show, but it’s also architecturally intriguing,” Michael Fuko-Rizzo told The Post.

The 11-bedroom, nine-bathroom home was originally built in 1929 for Julian Price, a wealthy and unusual insurance executive who “always [wore] his hat in the office,” according to the building’s original National Register of Historic Places application form.

The Fuko-Rizzo family lives in the servants wing of this 11,000-square-foot house.
The Fuko-Rizzos worked with landscape architect Chip Callaway to remove invasive plants and sculpt the 1.6-acre grounds.

Even with the help of the “Hoarders” cleaning crew, the renovation was a huge project — but the Fuko-Rizzos say they never regretted their decision to buy it. 

“It was curiosity at the time [that inspired them to buy the house]. We were renovating other houses in the neighborhood and would drive by, and we could only see the roofline from the street,” said Michael. They have renovated one or two houses a year since 2013, he said.

“We look for historic homes that have a background to them,” Eric added. “We prefer to preserve rather than renovate.”

The Tudor home is stucco and brick with half-timbered walls.

On the highest point of Fisher Park Circle, a lit stone walkway on a 1.6-acre lot leads to a brick, timber and plaster-facade mansion with an orange, red and brown Ludowici clay tile roof, Airbnb photos show.

The Fuko-Rizzos worked with landscape architect Chip Callaway to remove invasive plants and sculpt the grounds, according to a Preservation Greensboro pamphlet.

“The grounds are very impressive, with sweeping hills, grass — and garden areas to relax and enjoy the views. It’s wonderful being outside right now,” Eric told The Post.

The expansive octagonal white paneled foyer has its original hardwood floors.
A navy blue floral wallpapered room with white paneled wainscoting provides the base of the winding wood staircase.

Last year, the pair installed 2,500 new plants, and they plan to plant a couple thousand more this year, Eric said.

Inside the four-story home, an expansive octagonal, white-paneled room with oak floors invites guests inside, photos show.

To the left of the foyer, a navy blue, floral-wallpapered room with white wainscoting provides the landing of the winding wood staircase, photos show. 

A light green drawing room has molded plaster ceilings and a huge steel windowed-reading nook.
The home was previously owned by interior designer Sandra Cowart, who refused to vacate the home when the purchased it.
After a whole team cleaned out the Tudor house, it took years to renovate — but they say it was worth it.

On the other side of the foyer, an arched doorway leads to a light-green drawing room, photos show.

The inviting bright room has several original features: molded-plaster ceilings, fireplace and a huge, steel-windowed reading nook.

Even the original brass handles on the windows have been removed, polished and restored , according to the Fuko-Rizzos.

The drawing room also has two original 16th-century paintings, an 1870s piano and arched inset bookcases.

The base of the home's winding staircase is pictured in this photo of the restored home.
The mansion ultimately gained worldwide fame for its appearance on A&E's "Hoarders."

The dark-wood paneled dining room seats 12 with teal suede chairs and large windows, photos show.

The library matches with teal walls and black-and-gold trim. All the books in the house have been there since the 1930s and many were signed by members of the Price family.

“Eric’s parents actually dusted all of the books,” Michael said, laughing. “So now the guests can actually hold and read all of them.”

The dark wood paneled dining room seats 12 with teal suede chairs and large windows.
All the books in the house have been there since the 1930's and many were signed by the Price family.

The sunroom has large windows and dark blue walls, plus two ornate antique brass birdcages acquired by the previous owner. (A third is in the library.)

The sun porch has stone floors and even bigger windows with comfortable patio furniture. 

The glass-fronted kitchen cabinets are painted light blue and are complemented by a cream floral wallpaper.

The sunroom has large windows and dark blue walls, plus an ornate brass birdcage.
The sun porch has stone floors and even bigger windows with comfortable patio furniture.
The glass-fronted kitchen cabinets are painted light blue and complemented by a cream floral wallpaper.

The bedrooms are filled with antique furniture sourced from local antique shops and high-end local producers such as Theodore Alexander. One bedroom has an original fireplace; another has a blue ceiling with white clouds. A third has wild wallpaper.

Michael, Eric, their 6-year-old twin daughters and their cat Tyler live in the closed-off servant’s wing of the house.

“Being inside the home, we really get to enjoy all the original details of everything and appreciate how it was lived in. We’re only the fourth owners — it hasn’t had to see a bunch of owners,” Eric said.

The pair are currently compiling a collection of historic photographs of the property and plan to create a gallery hall upstairs for guests and visitors.

This bedroom, available for rent at Michael and Eric's bed and breakfast, has a fireplace.
This bedroom has wild wallpaper, historic furniture and a regal atmosphere.
This luxurious bathroom has a standalone tub for soaking.
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