Montfort Hall, now known as Heights House Hotel, is an Italianate-style mansion completed in 1860. It sits on the highest point of the now-historic Boylan Heights neighborhood in downtown Raleigh. It is one of the few remaining pre-Civil War houses in the Raleigh area and is a National and Raleigh Historic Landmark. Over the past 162 years, the house has seen an array of owners, renovations, restorations and changes. This special piece of Raleigh history has been restored to add to the vibrancy of downtown Raleigh as a boutique hotel and event space. The house has nine large en-suite guest rooms, sleeping up to 20 guests. In total, the house is ~10,000 square feet, with 15-foot ceilings, original hardwoods, large pocket doors, 10 fireplaces and grand common spaces including a library and parlor. It has been meticulously and thoughtfully redesigned, highlighting the authenticity of the original architecture while incorporating modern and vintage touches.