Montalto rises 410 feet above Monticello and is historically important as Jefferson's first land acquisition in 1771. The Robert H. Smith Center at Montalto provides a sublime setting to engage a global audience in a dialogue with Jefferson's ideas and to illuminate Jefferson's continued relevance in the modern age.
Repose, the 11,000-square-foot house atop Montalto, is a place for inspired conversations and memorable celebrations. Restored by the Thomas Jefferson Foundation in 2011, Repose is a gracious 1908 American Country house imbued with a sense of retreat and possibility. From a small meeting in the board room to a large lecture in the conservatory, or a seated dinner utilizing the entire first floor, Repose is the premier, distinctive, and memorable destination for your important gathering.
The Conservatory, overlooks the Blue Ridge Mountains and Charlottesville. It is beautiful in both form and function, and is ideally suited for elegant dinners, cocktail parties, and talks. With two retractable screens and the most advanced audio and visual equipment, this room can be transformed to accommodate your every need.
Designed with your meeting needs in mind, the 22-seat Lockhart Board Room will impress the most discerning of clients with its state-of-the-art technology and well-appointed design.
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