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The Carrick House

The cornerstone of the Constitution Historic District, Carrick House is a Greek Revial home designed by architect Gideon Shyrock. Construction began in 1809.

The cornerstone of the Constitution Historic District, Carrick House is a Greek Revival home designed by architect Gideon Shyrock. Construction began in 1809. This traditional, beautiful Southern mansion makes a unique venue for corporate meetings, banquets, receptions and holiday events. The original house can accommodate up to 150 guests cocktail style, 50 guests for a seated function and 80 guests banquet style. The new Grand Ballroom addition can accommodate 500 guests cocktail style and 400 for a banquet style event. Within walking distance of downtown hotels.

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Facility Information
  • Meeting Rooms: 10
  • Max Breakout Rooms: 10
  • Largest Banquet Capacity: 500
  • Largest general Session: 500