Steel Tuscany-Style Wedding And Event Center in Rome, GA
Sunward Steel Buildings, Inc. was honored to supply this pre-engineered steel building on behalf of a client in Rome, Georgia, in early March of 2016.
Nowadays, it serves as The Farm, an idyllic, Tuscany-style barn-turned wedding venue and event center nestled in the foothills of the Appalachian Mountains. Situated on a family horse farm that spans 280 acres of trails, ponds and natural springs, The Barn serves as one of the property’s primary focal points while providing a striking backdrop for weddings and special events.
Vintage Vibes, Modern Perks
Designed in the spirit of a European equestrian estate property, The Barn boasts a finished size of 56’x125’x17’ and features the Three Timbers Room, an impressive architectural undertaking that accommodates up to 200 guests, as well as adjoining ballrooms, a prep kitchen, restrooms and a wet bar. A rugged, corrosion-resistant metal roof with an 8:12 pitch protects the event center’s interior from moisture and damage, and the building also features (20) framed openings ranging in terms of size and function distributed throughout.
Included are (1) 3’4”x7’2” walk door opening, (7) 3070 openings, each equipped with one of (7) 3070 walk doors, (2) 6’x4”x7’2” walk door openings, (8) 6070 openings enclosing (8) 6070 walk doors, and (2) 13.333’x10’ overhead door openings. Rugged and exceedingly durable, the building also offers a 115-mph wind speed rating in consideration of the climate characteristics typical of Rome and the surrounding region.
An Elegant Escape
Ideal for weddings and special events small and large, The Barn delivers in terms of ambiance as well as customization opportunities. Couples can marry inside, in the dramatic Three Timbers room, or they can wed in the property’s private gazebo, stables or pastures. Rustic and vintage in appearance and yet completely contemporary in terms of amenities, The Barn delivers an unforgettable experience for anyone looking to kick off wedded bliss or otherwise celebrate a special occasion amidst the picturesque surroundings of northern Georgia.
The largest city in northwestern Georgia’s Floyd County, Rome sits along the confluence of the Etowah and Oostanaula rivers. It lies about 16 miles northeast of Cave Spring and roughly 5 miles north of Lindale.
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