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The Circa 1799 Barn is a unique park and outdoor wedding venue located in Ancramdale, New York. Only two hours north of New York City, New York, and three hours west of Boston, Massachusetts, this beautiful property presents a scenic and distinctive setting for a remarkable occasion. A couple can make this the backdrop for their special day.
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This venue is in a truly majestic setting, 10 acres with the Berkshire Hills on the horizon, 300 acres of dairy farm around, and cornfields spreading out to the east. Attendees approach the building via a dirt road, with the towering barn appearing in sight, reminiscent of a medieval cathedral in its architectural ethos. The property provides a number of sites for a wedding ceremony, with the shade of the maples before the barn a favorite. The barn has an enclosed and peaceful kitchen garden, abundant space for a large dance floor, running water, and electricity.
The Circa 1799 Barn team offers assistance to a couple planning to get married on these premises. This includes recommendations for caterers, local vendors, and accommodations.
In 1799, Peter Dunckel, a veteran of the Revolutionary War, built a grand barn next to the road from the Mohawk River to Cherry Valley. Incorporating local elm, pine, and oak, this 50-foot by 45-foot barn stood no less than four stories high. Advertising creative and sometimes voice over actor Paul Spencer has a passion for history and historical architecture. He got the idea to move a Dutch barn to his property in Ancramdale. Thus the Circa 1799 Barn was reborn.
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