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Built in 1881, the Payne Mansion on 1409 Sutter Street is one of San Francisco’s most iconic Victorian-era buildings. This historical landmark features a grand ballroom, five separate event spaces, and a catering-quality kitchen.

Originally home to Theadore F. Payne and his family, the mansion has served as a restaurant, office building, and even a YMCA.  In 2006, it was purchased and renovated by the Simayof family, all while maintaining the building’s original grandeur — from the European stained glass windows to the intricate woodwork.

Today, the Payne Mansion is listed in the prestigious National Register of Historic Places and was recently featured in Martha Stewart Weddings. The mansion can host a variety of social and corporate events, from weddings and charity fundraisers to company off-sites and training seminars, including intimate gatherings for 20 to grand get-togethers for 250 guests.

Recently, Trendy Lime, along with Froomz, Finlandia, Solz, Plantronics and Little Black Dress, hosted a Halloween Odyssey at the venue.

Bedecked in ghoulish decor, the mansion served as a spook-tacular backdrop for the sold out Halloween party. With an international bevy of guests, the event celebrated the culmination of Breast Cancer Awareness Month, raising funds for a breast cancer survivor, the beautiful Tatiana.

The event was also presented by Yoshi’s, CookieGirlSF, EcoCopy, Envolve, VIPSocialite and the Ramp Restaurant. Media Partners include WeBlogTheWorld, DrinkEntrepreneurs, GEV Magazine, and Bub.Blicio.Us. View the full event album here.

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Throw your own unforgettable event at this amazing venue. Take your pick from the individual rooms below from $300 or rent the entire mansion for as low as $3,750.

Book your next meeting, party or event at the Payne Mansion on Froomz!