The Martha Furnace House. Comfort. Beauty. History
the martha furnace house
Welcome to The Martha Furnace House
The Martha Furnace House is available for weddings, outdoor tented weddings and events,
reunions, catered events, and weekend getaways.   
Located on 13 wooded acres just 9 miles from State College, Pennsylvania, this historic home was built in 1831.
A beautiful unique backdrop for any special occasion.
A unique venue and gorgeous backdrop for any special event, wedding, outdoor party.  Our historic home is available for weddings, special occasions, reunions, whole house weekend getaways  and catered events with your choice from our approved caterer list. Please contact us for information and to visit the property.
Built by pioneer iron maker Roland Curtin in 1831 for his son James as part of the expansion of Eagle Iron Works in Curtin Village, the house is named for the nearby Martha Furnace and Roland's daughter, Martha.  The Curtin family played an integral part in county, state and national history as well as what is now Penn State University.
Located just 9 miles from State College, PA, our home has easy access to Penn State University, Beaver Stadium, The Bryce Jordan Center, Spruce Creek, Bald Eagle Creek, Historic Bellefonte, Rte 99, Skytop Mountain Golf Club. Situated on a large wooded lot and surrounded by landmark trees as the base of Skytop Mountain.