The Manor Estate

The Beginning  of Your Happily Ever After…

The Manor Estate is located in a beautiful country setting surrounded by lush orchards and vineyards. This Historic Antebellum Mansion is nestled along Madera’s Wine Trail on Avenue 9 and located only minutes from Fresno’s River Park. Once you step onto the grounds of this enchanting home, you will be captured by the timeless elegance of not only the residence, but of the lush and romantic gardens that surround it. Every corner of the landscape hosts something magical and inspirational for you and your guests to enjoy.

Our Historic Home

The Manor’s original place of residence was 1119 “S” Street in Fresno, Ca. It was built in 1912 by famed architect Charles K. Kirby Jr. for his mother Mrs. Josephine Kirby.  His work included O.J. Woodward and Jacob Vogel homes, the Einstein and Edgerly Blocks in San Francisco, the Fresno First National Bank Building (1888) and the Barton Opera House (1890), another opera house and the Carnegie Library in Selma in 1905. Together with Harry A. Thomas, they prepared plans for the contagious disease bungalows for the Fresno County Hospital. On his own again in 1910, he designed a fine craftsman style Uniarian Church, the old Fresno Auditorium, and the Iwata Theater.

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