A unique, historic private 230-acre event & wedding venue with nine buildings arranged on a series of stone terraces to showcase the expansive breathtaking views of beautiful Springfield, Vermont: rural hayfields, Mt. Ascutney, and the Connecticut River Valley.
The landscaping and gardens were created by Ellen Biddle Shipman who also designed St. Gauden's National Historic Park in New Hampshire. Known for her lush planting style, she famously incorporated stone structural elements in both locations. Shipman is one of the first women to break into the largely male-dominated field of landscape design, opening a New York-based office which exclusively employed women in the 1920's, and designing most of her work for women.
The original owner of the Estate of North Mowing was Horace Brown, a Vermont Statesman and a well-know American Impressionist painter.
Celebrate your special occasion at this magical location.