Disneyland's Sleeping Beauty Castle Architect Designs $2.5M Home - Inside the Magic

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  1. David Jackson

    I lived in this home’s identical twin throughout my childhood. It is still owned by my family. Also designed by Roland Hill, it was built in 1924 as Robinwood Manor in suburban Pittsburgh. The home was built for Roland’s father, Walter Hill, a noted attorney.

    The Hill family were patients of my own father, a Pittsburgh area Physician. He bought Robinwood Manor from them shortly after World War 2. The interior of the houses is virtually identical. But the Pittsburgh home sits on 3 and a half acres. All precursors to Roland Hill’s Disneyland Castle.

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