Built in 1884 this beautiful 12,000 square foot home sits on 6 acres in Monroe, North Carolina. The Grande Victorian, previously known as "Victorian Crow’s Nest" was built in 1884 by Mrs. Fetnah Heath Crowe, fondly gave it its nickname “Victorian Crow’s Nest” as her children and grandchildren resided at the estate as well. When occupied by the Crowe family, it was known to be the place for many large events, inviting guests from all over! Their most popular being their eggnog parties during the holiday season! Our charming house is a great local example of the Queen Anne style! There is great attention to detail inside and out! Restored beautifully by its previous owners, Albert Espesito and Leroy Rushing, Shirley and Cofield Hilburn!
Today, The Grande Victorian continues its legacy of being a grande hostess to all kinds of special events. Thanks to many hard-working hands, The Grande Victorian has stood the test of time and is one of the most beautiful historic venues in the Carolinas! Under the new ownership of Ingram Walters and Ann Walters, The Grande Victorian is more beautiful than ever with its new renovations keeping it historical and yet elegant! They take great pride in their part of its long history and preparing it for the future!
We hope you join us in becoming a part of our history!
We're less than 30 minutes from any local town!