About J.C. Stribling Barn
The J.C.Stribling Barn was built in the mid-1800’s with bricks handmade from the clay pits on the property and has served as the hub of a variety of community activities. The handmade bricks vary in color from a light rosy brown to a deep burnt red. The inside of the barn has high wooden ceilings, dark pine floors, and three wagon wheel chandeliers. The red metal roof and the gable-style main entrance give the barn a distinct late Victorian look. The barn is 70 feet (21 m) long and 50 feet(15 m) wide and seats 150 with a full capacity of 300 guests.
The barn is composed of over 140,000 hand-made bricks that vary in color from a light rosy brown to a deep burnt red. The red metal roof and the gable-style main entrance give the barn a distinct late Victorian look. The main entrance to the barn is only a short walking distance from the Wedding Green. The inside of the barn has high wooden ceilings, dark hardwood floors, and three wagon wheel chandeliers. Most brides find that the unique interior of the barn does not need a lot of decoration.
Bar area with a small catering area for food prep, storage, and easy access to water
Private Bridal Suite
Infrared patio heating and air conditioning options for main barn
Three-stall slate and wood bathroom and dressing room located in a small building next to the barn
Sound system that can connect to external music sources such as an iPhone
One microphone is included
Single TV for video located over the bar
Plenty of electrical outlets for your use
15 round tables that come with lap-length white linens
7 rectangular tables
One large rectangular table to put the cake