1920's Historic Mansion for ProductionsMiami Springs, Florida, United States
Designed in the Pueblo Revival style, the mansion was constructed many years ago by aviation pioneer and inventor, Glenn Hammond Curtiss, developer of the Miami suburbs of Hialeah and Opa-locka, Florida, as well as Miami Springs. Curtiss lived at the large, two-story residence until his death in nineteen-thirty. The mansion was the largest of Pueblo themed houses built by the Curtiss-Wright Company in its development of Country Club Estates in Miami Springs. The house features a central patio that faces the eastern perimeter of the golf course. The landscaped estate consisted of over thirty acres with a small lake on the east side of the property. The Mansion went through a restoration project that was completed in twenty-twelve and is currently a registered Historical landmark in Miami. Aside from being an amazing space for your next event, the mansion serves as a perfect venue for photography and film productions. Seasonal prices apply so be sure to message our management team for more information.
This is a Commercial Space that can accommodate up to 120 People including 0 bedrooms, and 4 bathrooms
- Natural Light
- Full Kitchen
- Coffee Maker
Strict - 50% refund up to 5 days prior to the booking date (except fees). If canceled less than 5 days before the booking is scheduled to begin, the entire booking is non-refundable.