273 s. 8th Street
It has taken 3 years to renovate this wonderful home to what we have today. The interior of the home is beautifully decorated with antiques and period furniture. Each room has its own uniqueness and its own name. The house has been restored to bring back timeless elegance through original woodwork, hardwood floors and beautiful chandeliers – come relax and dine in rooms decorated in inviting colors, and comfortable surroundings.
Noblesville was nominated as one of the "Best Small Towns" in America. We are so proud to be a part of this town that is full of charm and historic buildings especially on the Town Square. The R. L. Wilson House is nestled in the Historic District of Noblesville, Indiana just south of S.R.32. (3 blocks south of the Court House) set back off of busy 8th Street. Our grounds have over 700 plants, bushes, and bulbs in a pink palette scheduled to bloom through the spring, summer and fall seasons. We're within walking distance to the Town Square where you can enjoy many different activities all year round and find something special in the quaint shops.
Heavenly Sweets Cakes owns and operates the R. L. Wilson House and has been in business for over 20 years. Our mission is quality in everything we do and we are very passionate about our products and services.
We are Perfect for:
■ Rehearsal Dinners
■ Intimate Weddings (60 or less)
■ Bridal Luncheons
■ Showers and Birthday Parties
■ Retirement Dinners
■ Small Business and Corporate Meetings
■ Intimate Family Gatherings
■ We host seasonal parties and themed teas open to public with a reservation
■ Fresh, quality, artisan cooking
■ Wine, champagne and beer also available
■ Catering (to-go and drop-off is available)
Accrediations and Accolades:
The R.L. Wilson House was built in 1864 and is on the National Registry of Historic Houses.
■ "Community Pride Award" from the Noblesville Chamber of Commerce in May of 2010.
■ Enterprise Award for Excellence in the Renovation/Construction category from the Noblesville Chamber of Commerce in October.
■ Josiah Durfee Award by the Noblesville Preservation Alliance - This is a very coveted award among historians and preservationists. This is given for excellence and for a significant project that has a very strong impact on the community.