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Workers during renovations for a designer showhouse at the Julian Price Mansion on March 21, 1979, in Greensboro, N.C.
Garden Council members Barbara Freeman and L. Shelba Hatley work on the yard at the Gardener’s House which was being converted into a boutique, during renovations for a designer showhouse at the Julian Price Mansion on March 21, 1979, in Greensboro, N.C.
Sandra Coward (left) then owner of Hillside, the historic Julian Price house, and president of Carolinas Chapter of American Society of Interior Designers, talks with Mrs. Donald Leonard, president of Greensboro Council of Garden Clubs on April 4, 1979.
Long before the historic Julian Price mansion gained famed on “Hoarders,” it was a designer showhouse in 1979.
The same house, also known as Hillside, will open its doors April 7 through 29 — and likely into May — to showcase the work of designers from New York to Dallas.
Tickets are on sale for $35 to $75 at julianpricehouse.com. Proceeds will benefit Preservation Greensboro Inc., the nonprofit organization that works to preserve historic sites, neighborhoods and streetscapes.