Tuesday, January 23, 2018

Carriage House at LeRue

LeRue Carriage House Community Meeting Space
Host your meeting, Workshop, Class or Retreat in a Historic Venue. The Historic District of Longwood gained recognition in October 1990 on the national Register of Historic Places for its 30+ buildings dating back to 1873-1926. The LeRue house is one of these historic buildings. Built in 1885 by staircase builder and blacksmith J.S.LeRue. The craftsman style and charm of this old house is a lovely atmosphere for small groups to meet. The carriage house is separate from the main house which is home to Barbed Wire Browns Art Studio and Gallery. The room is also available for meetings and clubs for a very reasonable fee.
Seats up to 16 people.
$40 per hour paid in advance with a refundable $20 Cleaning fee paid in cash and returned if Venue is left neat- in condition found.
Meeting/ event/ party space is air conditioned (no heat)and has a separate area to set up food, drinks, coffee, tea, etc. All supplies and food must be brought in and cleaned up. There is a mini fridge as well. Bathroom and Library area also.
Full Day Rate $240 plus refundable cash deposit of $20.

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