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“A historic, beautifully textured manor
becomes a canvas for creation and connection.”

Marble floors. Walnut and oak panelling. A rare English-style trompe-l’oeil ceiling. A 15th-century Italian stone fireplace and the actual façade of a 16th-century Italian church. A three-story staircase. An indoor tiled pool with a stained glass window. A spectacular window frame made from organ pipes. An elaborate garden terrace.

The Manor is a one of a kind location for film and photoshoots, weddings and private events.



STORY   PHOTOS   CONTACT
The Story
of The Manor

Within three miles of The PowerHouse stands The Plant Manor, a grand turn-of-the-century estate still rich in the details commissioned by mining tycoon and investor William Boyce Thompson. In 1912, Thompson hired Carrère and Hastings to design his weekend riverside home – alongside those of his fellow financiers -- in the Renaissance Revival style. He named it Alder Manor, after his hometown of Alder Gulch, Montana.

Exactly a century later, Lela Goren Group purchased the Manor, and is bringing new communities to Thompson’s carefully cultivated sanctuary. People getting married, having parties, holding corporate events.

Filmmakers, photographers, artists, and musicians weaving the Manor into their work. Social change organizations enjoying discounted rates and rare access to an inspirational space. In short: people coming together and making things happen.

USE OF THE MANOR

The Manor is available for film and photoshoots, weddings, and private events.
Click here to contact our team about booking The Manor.

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We find and reveal overlooked potential. We envision new chapters for buildings full of stories and rich with history. We work alongside communities to harness new resources and encourage revitalization. We fuse the public and private, the old and the new, rural and urban, art and economics.

The Plant
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