Keeler Tavern Garden House

About Keeler Tavern Garden House

Located on Ridgefield’s historic Main Street, the Garden House was built by celebrated architect Cass Gilbert, who purchased the circa-1713 Keeler Tavern and its surrounding acres as a summer retreat in 1907. An idyllic setting that has much to offer both indoors and out, the Garden House proper can seat up to 100 guests, has 20-foot ceilings framed with detailed crown molding, hardwood floors and a fireplace, and is surrounded on three sides by French doors that open to a sheltered brick terrace with marble steps that lead down to the brick-walled sunken garden.

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