Construction on The Pasfield House began in 1896, located at the entrance to the Pasfield family estate, originally purchased in the 1840s. The house was built in a Classical Revival style popular after the 1893 World's Columbian Exposition in Chicago. The house exemplifies the symmetrical elegance of Georgian design, and was the product of an architect.
After George Pasfield Jr.'s death in 1930, the house was sold by the family and divided into apartments. In the 1990s, local businessman Tony Leone purchased the house and rehabilitated the property to a standard that led to its designation as a Springfield city landmark. After its doors closed in 2020 and following the death of Tony Leone, The Pasfield House was purchased by Molly Frey in 2022 and remodeled to allow for an event space and boutique hotel.