The grounds include the Butler's Quarters and the Coach House, represented in the Tudor style found in the rural south of France; revealing steeped pitched roofs with quaint dormers. Stone, stucco and exposed timber framing all lead to the ideal of a medieval story book image, which speaks imaginatively, "Once upon a time."
The Gardens are the reinforcing gem that blurs the lines of reality that you have crossed
a portal into another time and place. The long formal vista with sculpted shrubs lined in precision appears as if the Queen's guard are on watch over the french parterre and knott garden. Espaliered trees embrace the textured courtyard walls and the round towers while fragrant roses complement the fountains and elegant statuary.
Key Rose Estate, previously known as Fox Hollow, located on the east side of Fayetteville, NC is the private home of Alexander and Jessica Quiroz. Alexander is a Fayetteville native who served with the 82nd Airborne before retiring and becoming a horticulture teacher for Pine Forest High School. While Jessica is originally from Upstate New York. She spent most of her career working for the Army before she, herself become a bride and found her passion for wedding planning.
As serendipity would have it, Jessica was at the formerly known Fox Hollow, for her own bridal shoot when she found out the owners were looking to sell. However, a month away from her destination wedding, that was not the time to even think about buying a new house, let alone a wedding venue. Not forgetting that conversation though, she reached out on a whim a few months later to see if the owners were still looking to sell, which they were. With a little bit of luck, and a lot of hard work; everything fell into place and thus Key Rose Estate was born. Together they look forward to helping you make your dreams come true at this stunning location.
Superior Service, Personalized Attention
Weddings at the Key Rose Estate are all about making your dreams come true. Set on 7 acres of land; all day events are private and exclusive for the day. The design and layout of the grounds represent the kind of quiet, beautiful, tranquil setting one would find in the rural countryside of England or France.