Historic Pace House
"On the National Register of Historic Places, The Pace House and The Old Pavilion are located in the Vinings neighborhood of Atlanta and are perfect for weddings, private dinners and corporate receptions.
The Pace House was built with the remains of the 17-room antebellum home of Vinings founder Hardy Pace. The house served as General Sherman’s temporary headquarters where he planned the siege of Atlanta. in 1864. Hardy’s son, Solomon Pace, returned home after the Civil War to find the home in ruins. Sometime between 1865 and 1874, Solomon painstakingly rebuilt the home—albeit more modestly—from doors, windows and remnants of several small cabins that survived the fire of the main house.
Today, The Pace House consists of three rooms: a parlor, a dining room and a bridal room.