The Taylor-Butler House
127 Kings Highway, Middletown, NJ
a property of the Monmouth County Historical Association
restored in the 1940s by architect Henry Ludwig Kramer, the house is one
of the finest examples of the Victorian Italianate style still standing
in Monmouth County. The Monmouth County Historical Association purchased
the property from the estate of George W. Butler who lived there for more
than 40 years and planted many of the lovely holly trees that decorate
Please be aware that the charm of this type of site comes with a few limitations. Like many historic homes, the Taylor-Butler House has no air conditioning and is not yet handicapped accessible.
It is a great house for a party! Once a stately, commodious home, MCHA has made it available for the discerning bride or party-planner with an eye for historic, classic lines and graceful architectural beauty that can only be appreciated more with the passing of time. There are a total of eight (8) rooms available for rental (five  downstairs and three  upstairs). A bride would feel like a princess as she descends the magnificent curved staircase into a large and welcoming foyer. A circular driveway makes valet parking an easy option; for smaller parties, there is ample nearby parking.
Rental of the property also includes the use of the spacious grounds. You'll find our yards ample, and tent rentals are permitted to bring your party or wedding outdoors.
This beautiful Victorian mansion can comfortably
hold 100 guests for a sit-down dinner, and 150 for buffet-style service
or for a cocktail party. Maximum capacity: 150 (sit-down) or
200 (buffet or cocktail party).
For more information, please click here to contact Donna Kanner via email or call her directly, Monday-Friday 9am-4pm at 732-462-1466
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