Homewood, North Carolina is a lovingly restored, 1920s stone castle in Asheville – available for hire as a wedding and events venue.
'Homewood, a special event and conference center in Asheville, North Carolina, is an ideal destination for rehearsal dinners, weddings and receptions, parties, reunions, meetings, conferences, seminars, and other special events.
Homewood is a beautifully restored 1920's stone manor located in Asheville's post-Victorian historic district of Montford. The elegant castle features original hardwood floors, cherry walls, 20 foot ceilings, grand Appalachian stone fireplaces and alabaster sconces. Originally built as a private home, the elegance of the 1920's is translated with luxurious wrought iron chandeliers casting graceful lighting.
19 ZILLICOA STREET, ASHEVILLE, NC
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