Perched on a hill overlooking Amherst Street on the outskirts of Old Town Winchester you'll find one of the Shenandoah Valley's infamous gems, the Selma House. This historic mansion was built in 1872 by Judge Edmond Pendlleton, and it has been stealing the hearts of the elite ever since. Celbrities and dignitaries alike have been know to utilize the innate charm of this mansion on various occasions. Floor to ceiling windows, original black walnut doors, and ornate moldings are just a few of the features that contriube the magnetism of this venue.
From Queen's Balls to Apple Blossom festivities, this venue has hosted its fair share of events. Whether you're interested in a grand party in the ballroom or a luxoruis get-together in the parlor, the Selma House has the space to complete your vision. With over 4 acres of groomed landscape, the possibilites of outdoor events are also endless!
As a relatively new venue in the Shenandoah Valley, we have the availibitly that you've been searching for. The new owners of the Selma House are slowly but surely rennovating in a way that encompasses contempory style while still emphasizing the charm of its historic roots. Fresh new coats of paint, antique furniture, and a fresh look on lascaping are just some of the improvements that are in the works. We look forward to making your wedding dreams come true!