Noel Ramsey House
County: Hale | Attraction Types: Historic Site
The Noel-Ramsey home (sometimes called the Old French House) is unique in the annals of Alabama history. This is the oldest home in Greensboro. Constructed between 1819-21 by Thomas and Anne Hurtel Noel, it is the only surviving residence built by settlers of the Vine and Olive Colony. The home is owned by the Historic Hale County Preservation Society.
This historic home is located on the northwest corner of the intersections of South Street and Market Street near downtown Greensboro
Address: 909 Market St, Greensboro, AL 36744
Latitude: 32.7029576 | Longitude: -87.5935965
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