The Hill house is a modified mid-19th century plantation type cottage. It is smaller and simpler in detail than the main house and features two front entrances. Robert “Jack” and Louise Hill, resident farmers at Andalusia, lived in this house. Formerly located in the crescent of the driveway nearer the Main House, it was moved to its current location, approximately 225 feet to the northwest of the main house, in the late 1940s. O’Connor refers to the Hills, along with their boarder Willie “Shot” Manson, with humor and affection on several occasions in her letters.
The Hill house was restored in 2012 - find out more about the project.