Situated along the oldest Highway in the U.S., Edgewood’s third floor was used during the Civil War as a lookout post for Confederate generals. The estate also includes the 1725 Benjamin Harris Grist Mill, which ground corn for both the Union and Confederate armies. Stop by for a historic tour and learn more! A working Bed and Breakfast, Edgewood has seven rooms – all with separate baths and five working fireplaces – have antique canopy queen beds to create a wonderful romantic atmosphere. Located along the Capital Bike Trail. Swimming Pool. Weddings. Special Events. Teas. Tours.
Lizzie’s bedroom, with its diamond etched signature window, is a favorite choice for bed and breakfast guests at Edgewood. Seven rooms – all with separate baths and five with working fireplaces – have antique canopy queen beds which create a wonderful romantic atmosphere. Full candlelight breakfast and afternoon refreshments served. Pool.
Edgewood’s lavishly decorated interior provides an elegant setting for a wedding of 2 to 30, while her lush grounds and garden with gazebo, fountain and Chippendale bridge can accommodate up to 150. A summer kitchen is perfect for your reception or rehearsal dinner. Wedding planning services and onsite lodging also available.
National Register of Historic Places
Civil War Trails Site
Grounds and gardens open daily 10:30 – 4:30.
House tours preferably by appointment.