The Oldest Brick Farmhouse West of the Mississippi
The Cabanne House was the first brick farmhouse west of the Mississippi River. It was built as part of the original master plan for Forest Park and was completed in June 1876, in time for the formal dedication of Forest Park. Recently renovated, the Second Empire architectural style showcases soaring 14-foot ceilings, tall windows, decorative marble mantels and a mansard roof, which is a hallmark of mid-Victorian architecture in the period following the Civil War.
This elegant venue is ideal for intimate weddings, corporate gatherings, rehearsal dinners, anniversary celebrations, private lunches and showers, with the ability to seat 50 guests or host a cocktail reception for 100. Begin creating your event today by contacting Butler’s Pantry.