Venue Spotlight: Nestled a few miles outside of Orlando in the small Lake County town of Howey-In-The-Hills is a beautiful mansion dripping with Central Florida history. The Howey Mansion is a gorgeous Mediterranean Revival-style home built in the 1920s. From the elaborate doorways to the rustic wooden beamed ceilings inside, you can tell the property has been meticulously and passionately restored. The curved walls in the main staircase are made of stone, but the vibe inside this immaculate home says anything but cold. The interior looks straight out of a modern fairytale and is a dreamy, warm location for a wedding or high tea.
The venue becomes even more delightful when you consider its historical significance. Howey Mansion was built in 1925 by citrus tycoon, William J. Howey. Unfortunately, the home fell into disrepair over the years with boards on the windows until the current owners took over in 2017 with a bold vision to restore this property to greatness. Today, Howey Mansion is open for public tours and private events. Go to www.thehoweymansion.com to learn more.
From The Tea Times: The Latest News from Houses of Windsor – September 2019