Dedham, Massachusetts LGBT Wedding Venue

 

The Endicott Estate

Dedham, MA LGBT Wedding Reception Site

Norfolk County, Massachusetts on Boston's southwest border near Needham and Canton

 

Situated on 15 acres of rolling lawns surrounded by century old elms, spruce and weeping willow trees, the twenty-five room Endicott Estate boasts eleven fireplaces and provides a charm and elegance rarely found today.  

 

From the moment your guests enter the grounds, they will find a private and comfortable setting perfect for any special occasion.    

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Wedding Ceremonies at The Endicott Estate

Another advantage to the Estate is the ability to host an on-site ceremony. Consider hosting a romantic ceremony under a weeping willow tree, on the pillared portico, at the gazebo or inside the mansion.

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Wedding Receptions at The Endicott Estate

The Endicott Estate is a truly magnificent mansion located on 15 acres and features a beautifully manicured lawn surrounded by lush vegetation. Our interior spaces are beyond compare and provide a beautiful setting for a traditional plated reception of up to 150 or a stations or cocktail reception for up to 200 or more. 

 

For larger groups, the stately grounds are ideal for a tented affair. Whether indoors or outdoors, the Estate and grounds add an ambiance of timeless beauty to your day and memories you will cherish for a lifetime.

 

At the Estate, all events must be professionally catered. We are pleased to offer you the flexibility of selecting the caterers and other vendors of your choice so that you can create exactly the event you imagined. 

 

For additional information, please call 781.326.0012 and speak to one of our professional wedding consultants.
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An Architectural Gem Where Past Meets Present

An architectural gem, the Endicott Estate has the distinction of being listed on the National Register of Historic Places and plays a vital role in the local community and beyond as a place for year-round recreation, weddings, corporate and private events, art shows, car shows, summer concerts and movie filming.

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The History of The Endicott Estate

The graceful three-story, 25 room Colonial Revival mansion with Georgian overtones is situated on 15 acres of rolling lawns surrounded by stately elm, spruce and weeping willow trees.  Historically restored, it quite simply offers the perfect combination of sophistication and elegance.

 

The manor is decorated in period furnishings, works of art, Italian marble fireplaces, rich paneling, and classic oriental carpeting. The open floor plan was especially designed for entertaining, while the beautiful veranda lends another amenity to any special occasion.

 

Built in 1904 by Henry Bradford Endicott, founder of the Endicott-Johnson Shoe Corporation, it was the second home to stand on the grounds. The original Endicott homestead burned to the ground after the local volunteer fire department, responding to three separate fires burning simultaneously, reached the Endicott fire last. Henry Endicott took the burning of the homestead as a divine command to rebuild. And rebuild he did, in a truly grand manner.

 

The Estate remained in the Endicott family until 1967. After the death of Henry's adopted daughter Katherine, it was willed to the Town of Dedham to be used for "educational, civic and recreational purposes."  

 

Today, the Endicott Estate has the distinction of being listed on the National Register of Historic Places. 

 

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The Endicott Estate

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(781) 326-0012

Contact Name:

Erin Perron

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