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Oak Crest Mansion Inn

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Oak Crest Mansion Inn has stood the test of time and has been branching out after new owners took over ten years ago and invested in restoring the historic home to its former glory. In less than two years, Oak Crest Mansion Inn will reach a milestone as its caretakers celebrate the Pass Christian home's one hundred years in existence, a day that may have never happened had it not been for Chase and Erin Mosely. Owner Erin Mosely said, “I’m not originally from here, but we fell in love with this property. It was the period right after Katrina. It was in a difficult state. It was falling apart.” But the Mosely’s weren’t the only ones eyeing the historic property. “Other people who were looking at the property were looking at tearing down the whole thing and we felt a passion to save it and to have an opportunity for the community to enjoy it.” And enjoy it they have. The Moseley’s ended up buying the home and property back in 2007 and had it restored to its former glory with some new finishing touches by the summer of 2008. Oak Crest Mansion Inn has been the setting for hundreds of events since then. Special Events Manager Stephanie Brauchlae said, “We’re most well-known for our weddings. We have 12 acres of beautiful grounds that we can have a wedding and reception on property for you. We are also open to the community for public events.” The home was built in the 1920s and has a very colorful history, including transportation magnets and even the mob. “There’s a lot of colorful stories about guns being kept under the stairwell,” said Mosely. While the bed and breakfast has several rooms fit for a king, including a room where the King of Rock and Roll, Elvis Presley, once slept, you don’t have to be a celebrity to sleep, eat or play here.

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Oak Crest Mansion Inn has stood the test of time and has been branching out after new owners took over ten years ago and invested in restoring the historic home to its former glory. In less than two years, Oak Crest Mansion Inn will reach a milestone as its caretakers celebrate the Pass Christian home's one hundred years in existence, a day that may have never happened had it not been for Chase and Erin Mosely. Owner Erin Mosely said, “I’m not originally from here, but we fell in love with this property. It was the period right after Katrina. It was in a difficult state. It was falling apart.” But the Mosely’s weren’t the only ones eyeing the historic property. “Other people who were looking at the property were looking at tearing down the whole thing and we felt a passion to save it and to have an opportunity for the community to enjoy it.” And enjoy it they have. The Moseley’s ended up buying the home and property back in 2007 and had it restored to its former glory with some new finishing touches by the summer of 2008. Oak Crest Mansion Inn has been the setting for hundreds of events since then. Special Events Manager Stephanie Brauchlae said, “We’re most well-known for our weddings. We have 12 acres of beautiful grounds that we can have a wedding and reception on property for you. We are also open to the community for public events.” The home was built in the 1920s and has a very colorful history, including transportation magnets and even the mob. “There’s a lot of colorful stories about guns being kept under the stairwell,” said Mosely. While the bed and breakfast has several rooms fit for a king, including a room where the King of Rock and Roll, Elvis Presley, once slept, you don’t have to be a celebrity to sleep, eat or play here.
http://chic.clipsyndicate.com/video/playlist/12524/7293034?cpt=8&wpid=2637 Mon, 19 Mar 2018 22:43:56 +0000 Oak Crest Mansion Inn Oak Crest Mansion Inn has stood the test of time and has been branching out after new owners took over ten years ago and invested in restoring the historic home to its former glory. In less than two years, Oak Crest Mansion Inn will reach a milestone as its caretakers celebrate the Pass Christian home's one hundred years in existence, a day that may have never happened had it not been for Chase and Erin Mosely. Owner Erin Mosely said, “I’m not originally from here, but we fell in love with this property. It was the period right after Katrina. It was in a difficult state. It was falling apart.” But the Mosely’s weren’t the only ones eyeing the historic property. “Other people who were looking at the property were looking at tearing down the whole thing and we felt a passion to save it and to have an opportunity for the community to enjoy it.” And enjoy it they have. The Moseley’s ended up buying the home and property back in 2007 and had it restored to its former glory with some new finishing touches by the summer of 2008. Oak Crest Mansion Inn has been the setting for hundreds of events since then. Special Events Manager Stephanie Brauchlae said, “We’re most well-known for our weddings. We have 12 acres of beautiful grounds that we can have a wedding and reception on property for you. We are also open to the community for public events.” The home was built in the 1920s and has a very colorful history, including transportation magnets and even the mob. “There’s a lot of colorful stories about guns being kept under the stairwell,” said Mosely. While the bed and breakfast has several rooms fit for a king, including a room where the King of Rock and Roll, Elvis Presley, once slept, you don’t have to be a celebrity to sleep, eat or play here. http://chic.clipsyndicate.com/video/playlist/12524/7293034?cpt=8&wpid=2637 WXXVDT2 - oak crest mansion inn has stood- the test of time, and has - been branching out after new- owners took over ten years- ago, and invested in restoring- the historic home to- its former glory. - news 25's toni miles takes us - behind the scenes to give us- a look at what the property has- to offer - and a peek into its- colorful past.- super quick - super quick!- super quick!!!- - in less than two years, oak - crest - mansion inn will reach a- milestone as its caretakers - celebrate the - pass christian home's 100 years- in existence... - a day that may have never - happened, had it not been for - chase and erin moseley. - erin moseley, owner: " i'm not originally from here, but we- fell in love with this property- it- was the period right after- katrina. it was in a difficult- - - - state. it was falling apart." but the moseleys weren't the- only ones eying the historic- property. - erin moseley, owner: " other people who were looking at the- property were looking at tearin- down the whole thing, and we- felt a passion to save it and - - - - make sure we could maintain tha- history <splice> and to have an- opportunity for the community t- enjoy it." and enjoy it, they have.- - - - the moseleys ended up buying th- home and property back in - 2007, and had it restored to it- former glory - along with some- new finishing touches - by the- summer of 2008. - oak crest mansion inn has since- been the setting for- hundreds of events and special- moments.- stephanie brauchlae, special- events manager: " we're most well known for our- weddings. we have 12 acres of - beautiful grounds that we can - have a wedding and- reception on property for you.- we are also open to the - community for public events." toni miles: " while this stairwell is a perfect photo- opportunity for just about any- - - - event you may have in mind, the- home, built in the 1920s, has a- deep rooted history including - transportation magnets and even- the mob." erin moseley: " there's a lot o colorful stories about guns - being kept under the stairwell- here. there are a lot of storie- about guns being stored under - the stairwell here." and while the bed and breakfast- has several rooms fit for a - king, - including this room where the - king of rock and roll himself,- - - - elvis presley, once slept ... - you don't have to be a celebrit- to- sleep, eat or play here.- bobby huebner and susan putnam:- " anyone who passes through those doors - becomes one of the oak crest- family. that's what's so specia- here." in pass christian, toni miles,- news





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