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Hooper Place

Construction on Hooper Place began in September 2000 and was completed 2 and a half years later, thanks to the efforts of many LWAS volunteers.

Hooper Place is a replica building, in the style of Hooper and Co. Coachbuilders of England. That company was known as one of the best coachbuilders in England, specializing in Rolls Royce and Bentley chassis.

Many of the architectural features of the original building were incorporated into the 53' x 190' structure. In the future, it will house Howard Lengert's Rolls Royce and Bentley collection, but at present it is used for club meetings and functions and available to rent for weddings and other events.

Replicas are a great way to get in touch with the past by recreating the architecture and style of historically significant buildings.
Hooper Place was built large enough to eventually house a pretty impressive car collection, including some antique Rolls Royce and Bentley automobiles. For now, it is a large hall that hosts meetings, weddings, anniversaries and other special events.