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A.F. Huston built Graystone Mansion in 1889 and lived there until his death in 1930. Sold to the City of Coatesville in 1938, Graystone served as City Hall until 1992. Philadelphia architects Cope & Stewardson designed Graystone employing Collegiate Gothic styling, which the firm initiated and used on several college campuses..

From its circular drive to its hardwood moldings Graystone Mansion is the perfect host for catered events of distinction. It's easy to envision Graystone Mansion as the backdrop for an elegant wedding reception, celebration or corporate meeting.

  • Timeless elegance
  • Wood paneled rooms perfect for pictures
  • Freedom to choose your own caterer
  • Handicap accessible
  • Circular drive (lends itself to dramatic bridal departures or valet parking)
  • Service kitchen for your caterer’s use
  • Easy access from major roadways — Routes 30 & 202

Are you looking for a place for your special day?

  • Weddings
  • Rehearsal dinners
  • Bridal showers
  • Reunions
  • Baby showers
  • Teas
  • Dinner parties
  • Birthdays
  • Business meetings
  • Corporate retreats
  • Luncheons
  • Fundraisers
  • Life celebrations
  • Funeral luncheons 

Hosting an Event at Graystone Mansion

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Selected paintings from our original art collections may be rented for display at your event.