Historic Properties Rental Services: Hunter House
9537 Courthouse Road
Vienna, Virginia 22181
Built in 1890 by Scots immigrant John C. Hunter, Hunter House began as a small frame farmhouse. Over the years, the house was enlarged, but still retains much of its original character. After Prohibition, the house and surrounding grounds were bonded as Distillery No. 4, and produced "Virginia Maid" wine.
Today, the Hunter House provides main floor accommodations, a sunlit screened porch, beautiful border gardens and spacious lawns for outside occasions. Nestled among the woods and various recreational facilities of Nottoway Park, Hunter House is a popular site for many different social and corporate events.
Base Fee (4-hours): $600
Extra Hours: $150/hour
Alcohol Beverage Use Fee: $150
Security Deposit: $300
The rental time is to include setup and cleanup time, as well as the function. The security deposit is refunded after the rental, provided there were no damages or contractual violations.
6 four-foot round tables
8 six-foot rectangular tables
50 white folding chairs
Central heat and air conditioning
Ceiling fans in gathering rooms
Bridal changing room on upper level
The Hunter House is wheelchair accessible.
Contact Us for specific date availability or to schedule an appointment to view the property!
Location and Directions:
The Hunter House is located in Nottoway Park at 9601 Courthouse Road in Vienna. From Interstate 66: Exit on Route 243 (Nutley Street) North. Turn left on Courthouse Road, then left at the Nottoway Park main entrance (9537 Courthouse Road.) The Hunter House will be on your left.