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Rengstorff House is a Victorian jewel surrounded by a 750-acre wildlife and recreation area – the perfect choice for your upcoming wedding event.

Originally built in 1867, Rengstorff House is the oldest home in Mountain View and was restored to its historic glory in 1991 with a hip roof, a central gable crowned by a widow’s walk, front portico and symmetrical room layout. Indoors, the facility has 11-foot ceilings and is beautifully furnished featuring ornate brass chandeliers, Victorian plaster rosettes, push-button light switches, Bradbury & Bradbury wallpaper designs, and Eastlake furniture appropriate to the time.

For wedding ceremonies and receptions, the garden space provides a wonderful backdrop in the spring, summer and fall, with brick patios surrounded by blooming flowers and other natural areas. The house and gardens are available for rent every day of the week except during public hours, which are every Sunday, Tuesday and Wednesday, 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. The maximum capacity indoors is 60 people, and the house and grounds combined can accommodate up to 150 guests.

Included in the rental fee is the use of the entire first floor of this historic Victorian home as well as the outdoor gardens, adjoining parking lot and overflow parking throughout Shoreline at Mountain View. You also choose your own vendors for price-consciousness, flexibility and flair. The Rengstorff House is a City of Mountain View facility and offers reasonable rates as low as $200/hour!

We hope you will say “I Do” to the historic Rengstorff House. For further information about Rengstorff House and its rental program, please visit http://www.r-house.org/ or call (650) 326-6457 begin_of_the_skype_highlighting              (650) 326-6457      end_of_the_skype_highlighting begin_of_the_skype_highlighting              (650) 326-6457      end_of_the_skype_highlighting. Rental rates, liability information, use guidelines, floor plans and photos are readily available for your review.

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