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Kilgore Lewis House

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Marytravelsalot wrote a review Jun 2017
Vero Beach, Florida24 contributions19 helpful votes
The house was not open as stated on their website. We were able to take a walk through the gardens . The gardens were well done.
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Date of experience: June 2017
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Gwen N wrote a review Nov 2016
33 contributions1 helpful vote
I love this house and you will also. The upkeep is fine for me; but I like it untouched. Take notes and a Smartphone. It is awesome.
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Date of experience: April 2016
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DjCraig95 wrote a review May 2016
Archdale, North Carolina150 contributions83 helpful votes
Let me begin the review with a major positive about this place. The grounds are simply beautiful, almost stunning for this time of the year (May) but if this place, going forward, wants to advertise on it's web site that it can handle weddings, it needs to think again. I was recently there working a wedding and again although the place was decorated perfectly for the wedding, logistically it was a nightmare. Guests park on the level with the house but must walk down many stairs to get to where the reception took place. There were several elderly guests at the wedding and I know it had to be difficult for them to first walk down to the reception and then back up the stairs again when they left. Now, the worst part of the venue is this.....1) There is NO power....yes, you read that right....NO power.....you must have generators for your power supply. The people that rented the facility had to use three generators to power the carving stations set up by the caterers, the portable bathroom trailer (which was really nice), the lights and fans for the tent, the power for the DJ and the power for the Photo Booth. Maybe it's just me but if I own a business that can "host" weddings, you can believe that I am going to make sure there is ample power for the people that are paying me money to rent my venue....maybe that is just me....now for the real nightmare....packing up and leaving....for the guests and the people that rent the place this does not pertain...but if you are a vendor, you had best plan on being there awhile. The bride and groom left at 10:20 and as I was breaking down the DJ equipment and the Photo booth, the rental company shows up with a 26 foot box truck and blocks the entire pathway so that nobody else can get by to pack up their things. Not only were they in my way, they were also in the way of the caterers, the florist and both wedding planners. I am not entirely blaming them because in fairness to them there is no other place they could have parked, which falls back on the venue. Again, for shear beauty and uniqueness it would be difficult to top it but a good wedding venue is much more than just unique. I think there is unlimited potential there but they haven't come close to reaching it yet.
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Date of experience: May 2016
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Melanie K wrote a review Sep 2015
Acworth, Georgia96 contributions16 helpful votes
I wish I could tell you what it looked like but they were closed. We went there on a Wednesday and saw a note on the door. We did look in the windows and what we saw was nice. It isn't set up like most historical houses, kind of plain. We do plan to go again sometime in the future but this time we will call before we go.
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Date of experience: September 2015
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Mike B wrote a review Sep 2015
DeLand, Florida395 contributions124 helpful votes
Wife and I stopped in. There was a garden club meeting going on, but we were welcomed right in. House is historically important, but it was not really decorated and stages like you would expect. There was some period furniture, but it looked more like an office. It is actually the home of the garden club, I think. Gardens were not in great shape either. The good news is that it's free.
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Date of experience: September 2015
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