The Attic Loft

No cobwebs to clear or dusty old boxes to purge in this stylish space. Although gone is the once was widow’s watch, this 1,000 sq. ft. loft leaves anyone feeling like they’ve reached a wondrous summit. High and open cathedral ceilings and discreetly seamed with exposed pipes, natural light fills this large room through gabled windows and skylights. The Attic Loft is a warm and cozy hybrid of everything else that lays beneath it. Views to Spa Creek can be seen when looking out beyond the exposed brick, hardwood floors and custom built bar - inviting as many as 15 to its perch.

Gather and connect as you enjoy a unique piece of history. Upon which you set your drink or rest an arm; share a story or propose a strategy, you will be giving life back to the historic lanes of a bowling alley. Resting quietly awaiting your company; these lanes have been resurrected from the basement of a decommissioned church in nearby Baltimore. Rumor has it, these lanes served as a fun childhood past time for legendary sports figure, Babe Ruth.

The bar, equipped with all the necessities of a kitchen also has a stove, allowing for catered meals it is ideal for all types of meetings - seating up to 30 comfortably in a variety of configurations, your event is private and completely self contained.

The Attic Loft serves as the perfect hideaway. Enjoy a morning or brunch primping and preening among family and friends, and then head downstairs to The Main Level for your Main Event. Be it an intimate wedding, reception, graduation or reunion, these are just a few ways in which this house can serve you. The uniqueness of The Franklin House and the creative and purposeful vision put into each floor; individually hosting their own special offering, allows one the option to use more than one space. Be it fairy tale or professional - bring your dream event to life in The Attic Loft.