THE SHOPPES AT BRADLEY HALL IS CLOSED: THANK YOU FOR YOUR PATRONAGE
20 Years of Memories
After more than 20 years, the Shoppes at Bradley Hall has made the incredibly difficult decision not to reopen after the COVID-19 crisis. We are so grateful to our customers, staff, and vendors who have shared the journey with us. And to Morgan Cline who supported the Centerville School District and the preservation of the “Gold Coast” neighborhood in Centerville when he bought the Bradley home in 1999. Thank you to everyone who has visited over the years and let us be a special destination in Southern Iowa. We know our old mansion will continue to be a point of beauty in our community.
Where you can find our vendors now
We are excited that many of our wonderful vendors have found new homes on the historic Centerville Square:
- At The HallTree Centerville, you can now find gorgeous décor from Black Goat Decor along with pretty jewelry and western décor from South by Southwest and baby items from The Quiet Corner.
- Stop by Mystique Vintage & Unique where you’ll now find the vendor carrying Isabel Bloom along with embroidered dish towels and Centerville souvenirs from The Quiet Corner.
- At the Flower-Tique & Covered in Flour Bake Shop you can grab a snack of delicious baked goods and find The Shabby Chickadee with a full line of Dixie Belle paint products and Lasting Impressions with Colonial Candles, soaps, lotions, and lots of unique home décor items.
What’s next for the Bradley home
The Bradley mansion is an important icon of our community. Over its 120-plus-year life, the building has served as a family home, nursing home, community college, school administration building, kindergarten classroom, and retail destination.
Since we have closed the Shoppes, we have invested in a number of improvements to the building, including an all-new roof that preserves the classic green Spanish barrel look the home is known for. We will continue to make improvements to the building through the spring of 2021. After which, we look forward to making sure this beautiful home has an opportunity to once again reinvent itself to best meet our community’s needs.