Greystone Castle, Canastota, New York is a castle-esque property hosting weddings, events and parties.
Dating back to 1909 and originally known as White Marble Church, the property closed for religious services in the 1960s and, over 30 years, fell in to significant disrepair. In line for demolition during the 1990s, the building was saved by Martin H. Bargabos, a local building contractor, and completely renovated. Since then, Greystone Castle, as it was renamed, has been a very popular venue for weddings and other special occasions.
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