Why You'll Love This Place
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- It’s ideal for a wedding. Built in 1855 by master builder Abner Cook, this Greek Revival-style venue boasts a majestic façade graced with white pillars. The historic property has served as home to the state’s first school for the blind, a lieutenant governor and a hospital for Federal soldiers during Reconstruction.
- Your outdoor ceremony or reception will be lovely in the day or evening, staged on the carefully manicured lawn. Guests will enjoy telling the time on the stone sundial, mingling on the cobblestoned patio and dining under a twinkle-lit tent.
- There are also charming indoor options for a reception. The library and two parlors are elegantly appointed with period furniture and décor, and the meeting room is open and spacious.
Prices: What's this going to cost?
- Rental fee varies depending on:
- Day of week
- Guest count
- Event duration
- Package chosen
|Meetings||Total meeting capacity for this venue is 50.|
- Outdoor Ceremony
- Wedding Receptions
- Outdoor Reception
- Small Wedding
- Rehearsal Dinner
- Special Events / Parties
- Business Functions / Meetings
- Late Night
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Buildings, other structures, and natural settings available at this venue:
- Historic / Landmark Building
- Patio / Deck / Terrace
- Private Home
Peep the views you’ll enjoy from this venue!
- Forest / Woods
- Landscaped Grounds
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