Cherrydale at Furman University
Moved to the campus in 1999, the stately Greek Revival home provides a sentimental link to Furman's past. James Clement Furman, the university's first president, transformed Cherrydale from a modest farmhouse to a grand summer retreat between 1857 and 1860.
Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, Cherrydale features gracious interior spaces and exquisitely landscaped gardens.
While Cherrydale is available for use by any group, preference will be given to those affiliated with Furman. To inquire about reserving Cherrydale for your special occasion, please call the Furman Alumni Association at (864) 294-3464.