James J. Hill House

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Constructed for the railroad titan James J. Hill, this opulent Gilded Age mansion spans 36,000 square feet and stood as the largest private residence in the state during its time. Featuring 13 bathrooms, 22 fireplaces, 16 chandeliers, an expansive reception hall stretching nearly 100 feet, advanced technical systems, and a two-story, skylit art gallery, the residence served as an emblem of prosperity, individual style, and family living. (Submitted by Travis Flasch)