Mansions & Estates

Massachusetts Horticultural Society, Wellesley MA

The grounds and buildings of Elm Bank, home of the Massachusetts Horticultural Society, are the ideal setting for celebrating weddings and holiday parties or for holding corporate events. Located just 10 minutes outside of Wellesley, Elm Bank has more than 30 acres of fields, forests, and formal gardens Read more...

Overbrook House, Buzzards Bay MA

Overbrook was originally built in the 1920s in the traditional, two-story New England design. It is a rare combination of grand and simple, and friendly to any size group – large or small. Overbrook is on a hilltop location, spacious outside and in Read more...

Willowdale Estate, Topsfield MA

Built in 1901 and originally the summer retreat of prominent Boston businessman Mr. Bradley Palmer, the ornate fieldstone mansion and luscious grounds – originally known as Willow Dale – were lovingly restored and enhanced with our addition of a Butterfly Garden and Tented Pavilion Read more...

Turner Hill Golf Club, Ipswich MA

Wedding ceremonies and receptions at Turner Hill marry old-world elegance to modern needs. The historic mansion and gardens boast many different areas for the special event, including a romantic outdoor chapel with a turn-of-the-century fountain. Wedding receptions can be hosted in our grand ballroom and elegant Marble Dining Room Read more...

Lyman Estate, Waltham MA

The beautiful Lyman Estate mansion, with its thirty-seven acres of lawns, gardens, and historic greenhouses, offers a private and exceptional setting for social and corporate events, including weddings and private parties, corporate events and outings, business meetings and seminars Read more...

Misselwood Endicott College, Beverly MA

As the prime location on the North Shore for weddings, Misselwood offers a particularly beautiful and stunning setting for ceremonies and receptions. The glorious grounds, walking paths, private lawns, and breathtaking views of the Atlantic Ocean fufill the ultimate outdoor wedding dream Read more...

Pierce House, Lincoln MA

This elegant Georgian mansion was built in 1900 by John H. Pierce (1830-1910). In 1964 the Pierce family left the house and more than 30 surrounding acres of woodlands and rolling lawns to the Town of Lincoln. The architectural design of the front facade is based on the Vassel-Craigie-Longfellow House Read more...

Codman Estate Gardens & Carriage House, Lincoln MA

Chambers Russell (1713-1767), a lawyer, legislator, judge, and a founder of the town of Lincoln, built a two-story Georgian mansion house on the property between 1735 and 1741. Chambers Russell II had died without children, leaving the property, which included “the Mansion house with front yard” Read more...

Mass Audubon Habitat, Belmont MA

The Habitat Wildlife Sanctuary offers a uniquely beautiful setting for weddings, receptions, and other events—either indoors or out. The house, built in 1914, has been hosting weddings and formal functions since 1977. The terrace of Habitat’s Georgian-style house leads to formal gardens, a rose garden, and a spacious lawn Read more...

Hampshire House Beacon Hill, Boston MA

Located in the heart of Boston’s famous Beacon Hill, the Hampshire House is your home for private events of distinction. This delightful venue is a favorite for your most elegant affair. Host your wedding, rehearsal dinner, holiday party, corporate events, business meetings or personal celebration Read more...

Ocean View Inn & Resort, Gloucester MA

The Ocean View Inn and Resort, located on the scenic back shore of Gloucester directly on the Atlantic Ocean, is the perfect spot to hold your wedding reception. Our function facilities are located in and around a spacious turn of the century English Tudor estate Read more...

Castle Hill Crane Estate, Ipswich MA

The 2100 acre Crane Estate preserves one of the region’s most scenic, historical important and ecologically diverse landscapes. The Crane Estate offers a dramatic seaside setting for celebrations. THE GREAT HOUSE at Castle Hill on The Crane Estate will accommodate up to 200 guests seated Read more...

Searles Castle, Windham NH

Searles Castle was built under the direction of Edward F. Searles, an interior decorator and antique collector. Having traced his ancestry to the Oxfordshire Harcourt family, he engaged the prominent architect, Henry Vaughn to design the castle in the style of Stanton Harcourt Manor in Oxon County, England Read more...

Commander's Mansion, Watertown MA

The Commanding Officer’s Quarters is still today one of the highlights of the Watertown Arsenal site, and remains virtually unaltered after over 100 years’ residence by Watertown commanding officers. The three -story brick Bracketed style mansion, approached by way of the tree-lined Talcott Avenue Read more...

Bradley Estate, Canton MA

The Bradley Estate is an HISTORIC 1902 MANSION sitting on 90 ACRES of rolling hills, landscaped lawns, wooded areas, and formal garden. Located just 20 minutes south of Boston, it’s easy to find with a private Read more...

Hammond Castle Museum, Gloucester MA

John Hays Hammond, Jr. built his medieval-style castle between the years 1926 and 1929 to serve both as his home and as a backdrop for his collection of Roman, medieval, and Renaissance artifacts. The unique ambiance of Hammond Castle, so quaintly nestled on Gloucester’s rocky Atlantic coast Read more...

Henderson House, Weston MA

The Henderson House is a hidden gem, nestled in the heart of Weston, just 20 minutes from downtown Boston. This beautiful stone Tudor mansion was built in the latter part of the nineteenth century as a summer “cottage” and is included in the National Register of Historic Places Read more...

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