Fendall Hall is an antebellum Italianate home located in the river commerce town of Eufaula, Alabama. Eufaula is located on the border of Alabama/Georgia which is divided by beautiful Lake Eufaula, formally the Chattahoochee River. Fendall Hall is one of over 700 structures in Eufaula that are listed on the National Register. The importance of the Chattahoochee River to commerce in the area, especially the export of cotton, is why Eufaula was settled and explains the many outstanding homes and commercial properties. Fendall Hall was built by E. B. Youn,g a merchant and cotton broker that arrived in Eufaula in 1837. Fendall Hall is a lasting testament to his success as a businessman.
Fendall Hall is owned by the Alabama Historical Commission. Currently, the Friends of Fendall Hall operates this historic home.
For more information visit:
917 West Barbour Street
Eufaula, AL 36027
- 10:00 until 4:00 Monday through Friday, Saturday by appointment
- Adults, $7; Children (6-18 years old), $7; Military, free
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