Antebellum Grandeur meets the comforts of 2019. This impeccably-maintained Greek-Revival home was built in 1836 for Revolutionary War patriot David Miller. This stately residence, affectionately referred to as "Holly Hill," is one of Rutherfordton's finest historic homes. Much of the original millwork remains intact, including: mantels found throughout, the two-story portico and the fluted columns. When entering through the front door you are greeted by an impressive hallway with heart pine floors and a beautiful staircase. The first floor includes a family den large enough for a grand piano, master suite with sitting area, large dining room and an eat-in kitchen. Off the kitchen, you will enjoy a beautiful, breezy screen porch perfect for lounging or entertaining. Upstairs is another impressive hallway leading to two large bedroom suites and den area. Both upstairs bathrooms have been totally updated with new tile and fixtures. The storage space is impressive for a home of this time period. Each bedroom, including the master, boasts a gas fireplace for your enjoyment. As an added bonus, upstairs you will find a private outdoor balcony overlooking the lush backyard. Not only is the home itself exquisite, the grounds are stunning. Beautiful oaks, magnolias and holly trees create an ambiance of southern charm rarely found in today's world. Brick walkways meander through lush grass, bordered by fencing and meticulously kept landscaping. There is also an over-sized, two-car garage for all of your storage needs.