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A traditional Georgian-style mansion located in the 17-acre state of Princeton’s renowned American Boychoir, Albemarle’s stately columns and formal circular driveway will impress your guests at first glance. Elegant chandeliers, French windows, detailed crown molding, and a grand staircase make Albemarle an elegant setting for your special event.
www.resources.elegala.com | t: (609) 924-5858
Thirty minutes from Manhattan, in Yonkers, Alder Manor is a charmingly dilapidated 72-room 1912 estate built by the same architects behind the Frick. With crumbling vine-covered gardens, fresco-decked interior walls, and an unused indoor pool, the effect is romantic and slightly melancholy. The mansion was abandoned for years but is now owned by a small nonprofit that rents it out for film shoots and events.
taracircle.org | t: 914 964 8272
Located within Stone Barns Center for Food and Agriculture, Blue Hill at Stone Barns offers a warm and elegant environment for you to celebrate with family and friends. Their chefs prepare menus that reflect your tastes and include the freshest ingredients the farm has to offer. Their unique setting on a four-season farm is the perfect venue for any event.
www.bluehillfarm.com | t: (914) 366-9600
The warmth and charm of the Wainwright House give you the feeling of an "at-home" wedding. Brides will fall in love with our stunning venues, offering the finest combination of natural beauty and picturesque settings.
www.wainwright.org | t: (914) 967-6080
Built in 1843 in the style of an English country residence, Wave Hill House, a former estate house on Wave Hill’s 28 acres, has been home to such luminaries as Samuel Clemens, Theodore Roosevelt, Arturo Toscanini, and two British ambassadors to the United Nations. Your guests will be treated to a memorable experience, at a location just thirty minutes from midtown Manhattan.
www.wavehill.org | t: (718) 549-2055