The Italian Renaissance house was built in 1916 by Colonel O.C.Barton, a prominent business man and philanthropist, to enjoy with his wife Tillie, and their family. The mansion, since serving as a residence, has served well and long in the community. The house provided army office headquarters during WWII, and served for many years as the county health department before becoming the Heritage Center.
$125.00 to $275.00, Depending in the number of Attendees and layout of the Party Tables, chairs, chair covers, and tablecloths are provided to serve up to 75 using indoor and outside front terrace area.
Arrange for a luncheon and tour with friends that includes a delicious meal, tour of the mansion and a stroll up Polar Street to see the highlights of the historic square and its surround.
Come out for the 1821-1823 Bicentennial Paris-Henry County 200 Strong!
Founders' Day is at two o'clock on Sunday, November the 7th on the grounds in front of the Henry County Courthouse in Paris and continues through to September 23rd of 2023 with the City's Birthday. At Cavitt Place we will be holding monthly Bicentennial Lunch & Learn events to celebrate this momentous once in a lifetime occasion. our topics will inform, entertain and be a complement to our two hundred strong years of community and living.
Shop with our Bicentennial Sponsors Sales profit from Bicentennial merchandise will go to the procurement of Legacy gifts for the community.
Rent the house for your own Event
We have a stunning backdrop for your special occasion so that you can come make a little history of your own at Cavitt Place.