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Tranquility & Elegance 

The history of Linwood Estate dates back to 1870, built as a small cabin and later transformed into a grand manor by Linwood B. Phillips Jr., known as L.B. When LB passed away in 2006, the property stayed private until it went up for auction in late 2013. The new owners, Dr. Robert and Mrs. Christine Myers purchased the estate to renovate the property so it could be shared with the community. Even though the property is under a new family, the connection to the original family is still present. Dr. Myers grandfather and L.B. were good friends and would often sit together in the mansion by the fireplace discussing real estate and other topics.

Today, Linwood Estate offers a variety of beautiful event locations to fit any intimate gathering or a grand celebration. Choose from several sites such as the Linwood Mansion, The Appalachian Ballroom, Blue Mountain Terrace, and Linwood Gardens and Labyrinth. Each location features beautiful views of the Appalachian Mountain Range and iconic scenery to provide the perfect, secluded setting for your special occasion.


Graced with Grecian-style sculptures and a Secret Garden-esque impression, this location hosts a lovely rose garden, a small pond and waterfall hidden among the maze of flowers and foliage. The Gardens are a beautiful spot for a small ceremony, one of a kind photos or an inviting place to wander.


Photo by Lisa Rhinehart

Photo by Lisa Schalger


Located directly in front of the Mansion’s grand entrance is the North Lawn. This pristine and perfectly manicured open area is a great location with so many options. Host cocktails under the large canopy of trees or tent the area to offer an exclusive garden view for 500+ of your closest guests.


As you arrive through the main gate and travel by the gardens and labyrinth, you are greeted by the Mansion’s iconic white columns and historic charm. The Mansion hosts a bridal parlor, 5 overnight suites, and the perfect location for a small ceremony and reception.

Photo by Lisa Schalger


Attached to the Linwood Mansion is our Blue Mountain Terrace. Step through a pair of classic French Doors or meander through the back gardens of the Mansion and you have arrived at the Terrace. It’s the perfect setting for a classic cocktail party or a cozy ceremony spot.


The refined, barn-inspired ballroom features a grand entrance way of reclaimed, handcrafted sliding barn doors, beautiful hardwood flooring, elegant crystal chandeliers, and floor to ceiling windows introducing natural light. Ideal for 275 of your closest family and friends, the ballroom has a built-in wooden bar and a large attached Overlook providing a stunning backdrop.

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Photo by Jordon DeNike Photography

For a list of our overnight accommodations, please visit our Accommodations page.

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