Are These Historic Mansions in Chester County the Perfect Place for Your Wedding?

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Loche Aerie Mansion in Malvern.

If you are looking for the right place to get married, there are several historic mansions in Chester County that would provide the perfect background for a memorable wedding, writes County Lines Magazine

Faunbrook Bed & Breakfast is an 1860s Victorian mansion in West Chester offering gorgeous, picturesque views over two acres of wooded land. There is plenty of space for celebrating in large common areas with a library and winter porch. 

Greystone Hall in West Chester is an English Renaissance mansion set on 35 acres with formal landscaped gardens. The stately granite exterior is matched by its stunning interior featuring wood-paneled rooms and great hall and staircase. The iron arbor overlooking the pergola is perfect for outdoor ceremonies. 

Loch Aerie Mansion is an 1865 Italianate Gothic Revival in Malvern. It embodies classic elegance combined with modern amenities. Recent upgrades include a 5,000-square-foot grand ballroom for indoor celebrations. The outdoors is just as impressive with exquisite gardens. 

Oakbourne Mansion in Westtown is an 1800s High Victorian/Queen Anne Revival-style home that stands alongside a stunning 65-foot water tower on 93 acres of parkland. The chapel, bridal chamber, grand hallway, and staircase serve as picture-perfect backdrops. 

Read more about mansions in Chester County in County Lines Magazine

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