Red Hill is a historic plantation house located near Bullock, Granville County, North Carolina. The house consists of three parts: a 1 1/2-story, two-bay gambrel-roofed Georgian style center block built about 1776; a 1 1/2-story, two-bay one-room, gable-roofed Georgian style block with transitional Federal features, built about 1807; and a very tall two-story, three-bay, transitional Federal/ Greek Revival style addition, built about 1820, style frame I-house dwelling. It has a full basement, full width front porch, and exterior brick chimneys. Across from the house is the 2 1/2-story heavy timber frame tobacco manufactory. Also on the property are the contributing wash house / striphouse, open wellhouse, smokehouse, privy, and flower house / chicken house.