Laurel Court was built in 1902-1907 as the home of Peter G. Thomson, founder of Champion Paper. It is one of the finest surviving residences built during this elegant era, resting on the highest point in Hamilton County. The two story home, with 36 rooms and nearly 20,000 square feet, was designed by architect James Gamble Rogers. The Beaux-arts design resembles the Petit Trianon, the home of Louis XVI and Marie Antoinette in Versailles France.
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