The Barn. This luxurious 6,600 square foot timber framed barn boasts 30’ ceilings, a 7' wrought iron chandelier with Cartier crystals, twenty one 3ft wrought iron chandeliers boasting over 1200 crystals, polished concrete floors, elegant floor-to-ceiling stacked stone gas log fireplace, exquisite 2-piece bar with granite counter tops and gold plated sink, a certified commercial kitchen and an ambiance that is sure to wow even the pickiest of guests.
Other features include a large, lighted handicapped accessible parking area convenient to wedding sites and facility, a lighted dance area, His & Her dressing rooms large enough to accommodate the entire wedding party complete with showers, beautifully fashioned public restrooms that are handicapped accessible, heating and air conditioning projector with 12’ screen, Wi-Fi, and surround sound.
The Grounds. Nestled in the beautiful Appalachian Mountains, this private 100+ acre estate is dripping with six generations of history. Still standing today are The Country Store (dated Pre-Depression), the Old McGuire Homestead (dated Pre-Civil War) and The Corn Crib. Newer additions include a magical arched foot bridge spanning a tranquil pond, flower gardens, majestic rows of river birch trees, fields complete with carriage horses and hay bales, and a handcrafted solid wood arbor, all of which are complimented by the gracefully rising mountains in the background.
Stay with Us. Our latest addition is The Millhouse Lodge. Built to commemorate the Old Grist Mill which is no longer standing, this handcrafted timber-framed facility is complete with a working water wheel and accented by the old grist mill stones found on the property. Designed with the wedding party in mind, The Millhouse Lodge sleeps up to 30 guests and has spacious bathrooms to make getting ready for the big day convenient. Other features include a large fully-equipped kitchen, wood burning fireplace in the family gathering area, pool talble, covered porch with stainless steel grill, fire pit with seating, and is within walking distance to the banquet facility and ceremony sites.
Images Courtesy of Nathan Baerreis Photography, Carla Gates Photography, and Dwight Philpott Jr.