Great location for a wedding; amble rooms for the bride and groom parties; a chapel for the ceremony, ball room, room for a tent, and history for all the guests.
A great restored mansion with a true historically redo in mind. The outside water feature was terrific.
this building has been restored very nicely. I worked for 6 years at the estate. check out the history and previous owners on the internet. very nice;
If you like old Estates, and Restoration projects. This is the place to stop if your in the area. We just stumbled onto this Estate when we were traveling. The Staff was so welcoming to us and had such a passion for this project.
Loved the fact they had someone explaining what has been done to remodle the mansion. We started on the main floor and it was so interesting all the things that have been there. I did not like the fact that their were steps to climb after standing for a hour litening to the stories. I want to go back and... More
Step back into another era, experience restoration of the setting of a true love story, Dorr Felt's devotion to his wife and family is present in the setting and attention to detail he constructed this family 'cottage'. Thank you for keeping this treasure for all to enjoy.
This is a restored estate of a Chicago adding machine magnate. The main house is largely restored. A chapel has been added. They're working on the carriage house now. If you are in the area, it is worth a visit.
We were there for a wedding. Beautiful grounds and nicely renovated. It's almost 100 year old building, so few bathrooms and a little drafty but to be expected. Beautiful venue for a celebration. No idea how much to rent and obviously u can spend as much as you want depending on catering
So much to see, do and learn about it! "ghost tour" proved to be VERY interesting and believable!! But not scary! So, recommended for all ages!!
A wedding had the "summer house" closed to public tours, so we peeked in some windows and got a general idea of the decor. Turning our attention to the grounds was a great decision. The remnants of a round concrete pool brought out talk of alligators housed in a zoo, previously on the property. Following the trail just past the... More
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