Built in 1924, this house served as the privately owned home of the Stowe family for over seventy-five years. Still owned and operated by the family, we now rent the house for weddings, wedding receptions, bridal showers, rehearsal dinners, or parties. Four suites are available for the weekend, also.
Foyer | Library | Parlor | Dining Room | Prices/Rates
Stepping back in time as you step into the manor, you will be taken aback by the beauty of the embracing double arm staircase that opens into a grand foyer. Serving as the greeting area for guests, this room provides functionality as well as an expansive area in which to display a variety of decorations for a wedding or party. This area also gives you a number of options to display your wedding cake. During the Christmas season, the house is decorated (festively, in the spirit of the season). return to top
In Tudor style setting, this large room serves as a unique setting for an indoor wedding and transforms into a dance floor for receptions. With beautiful wood paneling and built in bookshelves around the fireplace, this room exudes a warm and inviting feel. return to top
Originally used as the sitting room for the house, this room provides a magnificient setting for your wedding cake. In this pale pink room, adornments including a chandelier, a fireplace, and elegant antique furniture complement the elegant feel of the room. Not only does this room serve as a great background for your wedding cake, but should you decide to have a portrait, the parlor serves as a simple yet elegant background. return to top
A beautiful setting for a buffet, this room paints a brilliant back drop for the most creative of food presentations. A flower motif decorates the ceiling of the room and enveloping three walls of the deep blue colored room are a fireplace, a tapestry, and a grand mirror. return to top
Visits are by appointment only.
Please contact us at 704-825-8478 or at firstname.lastname@example.org , to make an appointment. Thank you for your interest and we look forward to seeing you at the Manor.
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