A hidden crown jewel of Memphis architecture.
Annesdale was built in 1850 by Dr. Samuel Mansfield. It is one of the largest and oldest homes to grace the Memphis area. The mansion sits on over 7 acres of land located in the Annesdale Snowden Historic District. Robert Brinkley, who built the Peabody Hotel, bought the estate as a wedding present for his daughter, Annie Overton Brinkley, and her husband, Colonel Robert Bogardus Snowden and named the estate “Annesdale” in her honor.
The mansion has 17,000 square feet that include the grand parlor, library, sun room, dining room, and full kitchen downstairs. After walking up the show-stopping spiral staircase, there is access to the bride’s room, groom’s den, and green room. There are 11 fireplaces in the mansion accented by crystal chandeliers, hand-painted ceilings, walnut paneling, and a marble entryway. There are five bathrooms available for your guests.
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