About our Castle

Fit for Royalty, The Legacy Castle is the only one of its kind. With rooms suitable for every occasion, we can accommodate your every need.

The Legacy Castle is a family-owned and operated full-service banquet venue specializing and excelling in events on a grand scale. Built in 2017, the facility totals 125,000 square feet. Sitting on forty-two acres of manicured grounds and surrounded by natural lakes, The Legacy Castle is one of a kind.

With rooms suitable for every occasion, we can accommodate your every need. Capable of accommodating parties of 100 guests and extravagant events of 800 guests and up, The Legacy Castle is both elegant and legendary.

Upon your arrival you will be welcomed into the dramatic entryway featuring a dual floating staircase with an Italian marble medallion at the base, an ideal location for making a grand entrance.

Ceilings towering 55 feet high, to hand painted gold detailing at every turn, The Legacy Castle is built on majestic architecture that demands your reverence. Surrounded by acres of freshwater lake, it’s not uncommon to be accompanied by the resident pair of white swans naturally inhabiting the grounds.

There are three ballrooms on site, and two smaller rooms perfect for an intimate wedding ceremony or dinner party, or corporate luncheon. Head over to OUR SPACES to explore each of these rooms individually.

Outside of these individual rooms you’ll find wrought iron railings with gold leaf detailing, exquisite chandeliers with cascading crystals, a lavish interior 15 foot marble fountain, and center exterior courtyard with a 21 foot granite fountain complete with a manicured garden.

Originally purchased in 1998, this project has been in process for quite some time. Envisioned by entrepreneur Mounir Badaan, this has been a family venture. With over 30 years of experience in real estate, Mounir Badaan has successfully developed land in the surrounding towns, and made a name for himself in the tri-state area. Ready to hand over the reins to his children this will be Mounir Badaan’s last project, as it has been so aptly named.

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