The original owners would be delighted to see how the 1902 Hvmboldt Mansion as a timeless site where people celebrate the present while experiencing the grandeur of the past. Hidden discretely behind private gates on eight acres the Hvmboldt Place brings out the fascination of days gone by and the excitement of discovering details such as iron horse ties embedded in the stone masonry or the layout of Ms. Gilmore's carriage house with its massive doorways and loft.
Brick walkways, flower gardens, life sized bronze statues, and water fountains provide hours of entertainment amidst a background of the natural beauty of the grounds. Doves serenade in flight during the day, chandeliers glow at night, and laughter resonates from all corners of the estate establishing Hvmboldt Place as a village in itself.
Whether sitting by the fireplace enjoying dinner from the loft or back patio, dancing to music in front of the carriage house on Hvmboldt Place Street, or being chauffeured in a 1958 Mercedes sedan wedding car, there is a magical feeling of being surrounded by the serenity and gracious estate.