Visit Downtown Aiken's Legendary Historic "Winter Colony" Garden Estate
Bluegrass Night with Oliver West & 39 Express
Friday, June 21st from 7:00 - 10:00 PM at The Stables Restaurant
For more information or dinner reservations: 803.648.1181
Visit us often to have dinner... Spend the night...
Visit Rose Hill to experience the charm of Aiken's most originally preserved "Winter Colony" estate. This downtown property encompasses a city block, yet the ambience is intimate and timelessly elegant. Rose Hill is a regional treasure located on the highest elevation of the original Aiken plateau just two blocks from the downtown main street (Laurens Street). It is the first property in Aiken listed on the National Register of Historic Places, and is where the Garden Club of South Carolina began 75 years ago. The architecture and maturity of the gardens are unique in the region. From 1898-1984 the 10,000 sq.ft. high-fashioned Shingle-Style Dutch Colonial was the winter home of one of America's first families: Phelps.
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221 Greenville Street NW
Downtown Aiken, SC
Estate bounded by
*Greenville St. NW, Barnwell Ave., Florence St. & Edgefield Ave. NW
*Main House Entrance through the Greenville St. Iron Gates