GREENSBORO, N.C. — The owners of the historic Julian Price mansion took their fight to turn part of their residence into a bed-and-breakfast to court on Monday, appealing the decision by the Greensboro Zoning Commission in Guilford Superior Court.

Owners Eric and Michael Fuko-Rizzo are seeking to rent out five bedrooms in the 31-room, 90-year-old house, which was featured on the TV show "Hoarders" in 2017. The Zoning Commission turned down their request for a special use permit needed to operate in a single-family residential district by a 4-3 vote in May.

The appeal was heard by Forsyth County Judge Eric Morgan, who will issue his ruling after reviewing the information and briefs from attorneys for the city and E&V Properties, the Fuko-Rizzo's development company.

For a full history on the house and its legal battles, click here to read the full story on the Triad Business Journal's website. 

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