A Truly Unique Wedding Venue ~ Surrounded by Nature ~ Immersed in Elegance

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A Truly Unique Wedding Venue

Greene Acres Estate is nestled within the foothills of the Allegheny Mountains and the Allegheny National Forest upon eleven secluded acres alongside the Conewango River. Our unique venue is the perfect indoor/outdoor space to gather and celebrate your special event with friends and loved ones.

Venue Attributes

The cedar and stone mansion boasts a Medieval Stone Room which will accommodate 190 guests. There is a large stone patio, a large covered stone patio with fireplace, large circular terrace, a pool pavilion with stone fireplace and grill, grand stone lighted fountain, several other fountains beautify the grounds, sweeping stone lined driveway, life-sized wooden cross, and a man cave out building.  The property is enhanced with hand forged metal chandeliers and railings and hosts many other treasures.

The estate interior hosts a large commercial kitchen, unique bar room, soda fountain room and many other rooms with walls adorned with wormy chestnut and stone, with walnut-pegged, oak tongue-and-grove wood floors throughout.

Estate History

The Estate of the late Glenn G. Greene, Jr. was built in the late 1800's. Throughout Mr. Greene's life he transformed the property into what it is today.

The eleven-acre, riverside property hosts a large Estate home, a two-story home, a caretakers cottage, an underground green house, an above ground green house, restroom/shower facilities, a concession stand - referred to as the Man Cave, round  in-ground swimming pool, office building with apartment above the five stall garages. All the estate buildings which grace the estate grounds are built of cedar and stone. The lovely Quaker Run streams runs through the property for which there are two bridges (Beatrice Bridge & Wedding Bridge) crossing the property.  Several fountains adorn the grounds, along with a pool pavilion, a circular brick terrace and several party/picnic areas well equipped for large events.

Found in and about the estate properties are massive wrought iron chandeliers, light fixtures, planters, and railings forged by local ironsmiths at the manufacturing facilities owned by G.G.Greene. The vast amount of stone was laid by local stone masons while a full-time carpenter was staffed to rebuild and transform the estate after a fire nearly destroyed the mansion in the late 1960's.

G.G.Greene was a local businessman who began his manufacturing businesses with his father, G.G.Greene, Sr. The businesses date back to 1904 in Starbrick, Warren, PA where they produced the Hame Fastener and the 5.56 Ten-Round Gun Clip, which are still in production today and the P-38 Military Can Opener.