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Built in 1897, this historic home has been used as community hall, vaudeville theater, glass museum and church. Perfect for pop-up art exhibitions, bridal parties, baby showers, anniversaries, catered wedding rehearsal dinners, intimate receptions, cocktail parties, yoga, workshops, films, photoshoots and offsite luncheons. 18 min (6 miles) from downtown Baltimore, BWI and MARC train to DC. Seating capacity furnished for 12 can fit 25 with concierge catering. More than 25 can be considered for additional charge. Street parking available. The first floor features a 1400 square foot sanctuary (48 by 29 feet) originally built to accommodate town-hall meetings featuring 15 foot ceilings and a stage with space for antique footlights. Above the stage is a large mural, painted on a wooden canvas that was discovered hidden in the walls of the grand staircase during a restoration. Historic lamps are refurbished and beautifully hung from the ceilings over the stage to accentuate the space. Floors are heart pine from the original construction. The stage wings have been refashioned to accommodate a fully updated kitchen and butler‘s pantry. Features include Deft ceramic tile imported from the Netherlands, gorgeous marble countertops, state-of-the-art stainless steel appliances, and LCD dimmable lighting. The butler's pantry has matching marble countertops, a built-in wine rack, and glass-fronted cabinets. The converted upstairs, originally laid out to accommodate the Order's offices, features a dressing room, caretakers quarters and full bath.
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Amy S. booked a production for 12 people
Excellent service professional in communication and overall what I need for my dinner party
Chantelle G. booked a filmed interview for 10 people
Great location and awesome host.
Maceo L. booked a production for 20 people
Great host, very friendly and accommodating. Would definitely book again.
Ayanna L. booked a video shoot for 12 people
The host was absolutely amazing. She had such a calm demeanor and was very gracious with her time. Was a pleasure to do business with her and she aimed to support us with all of our needs the day of production. The space is absolutely beautiful and fulfilled all of our needs.
Samson B. booked a music video shoot for 20 people
Kemi J. booked a video shoot for 8 people
Great place loved it!
Brandon C. booked a video shoot for 15 people
This space was very functional and had ample space to accomplish all that we needed to. Jo was very accommodating to our needs and was flexible with all the last minute changes made due to weather. I must say I am very pleased with the space and my overall experience.
Marie M. booked an event for 45 people
We held our October 2020 microwedding in this space and it was storybook perfect for us. This historic home is absolutely beautiful and in such a charming neighborhood! We booked the space during the early stages of quarantine. The host was able to accommodate us doing a quick walkthrough (while wearing masks) so that we could begin planning. We ended up with around 28 guests. Although there is some furniture available onsite, we used a furniture rental company for tables and chairs. They were able to load and unload in front of the house without any issue. The kitchen has been renovated beautifully and was plenty big enough to handle light prep and warming of food. The bridal suite upstairs seemed small initially, but there were about 8 of us in there with all of our things and we were comfortable. The only restroom is upstairs and I was concerned about older guests traversing the steps but it seemed to work out okay. Overall, our wedding day turned out to be so memorable and unique. Our photographer raved about the venue and had so much fun doing our portraits in the neighborhood. Highly recommend for those looking for a non-traditional venue.