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Experience the Good Life with Wrigley Mansion in Phoenix

Designated a Phoenix Point of Pride, the Wrigley Mansion offers a glimpse at another era minutes from the heart of the city. Due to city zoning requirements, the mansion operates as a private club. However, memberships are available at affordable prices to allow anyone to enjoy the property without blowing their vacation budget. Save additional money on many of the hotels near Wrigley Mansion in Phoenix.

The History of Wrigley Mansion in Phoenix Arizona

Intended as an anniversary gift for his wife, William Wrigley commissioned Earl Heitschmidt to design the Wrigley Mansion in 1929. Its design combines elements of Spanish Colonial and Mediterranean architectural styles and cost approximately $1.2 million–nearly $20 million today. Also known as William Wrigley Winter Cottage and La Colina Solana, the home was meant to provide a warm retreat during colder winter months where the couples other homes were located.

Construction completed in 1932 with the home including 12 bathrooms, 24 rooms, and more than 16,000 square feet of interior space on 3 acres of property. Many of the materials used were manufactured in Wrigley’s own production plants in the area. Nestled atop the hills north of the city, it provides panoramic views of Downtown Phoenix and the surrounding hillsides.

Sadly, William Wrigley died shortly after the home was completed. It was sold in 1973 and proceeded to change ownership for a number of years. In 1989, it was added to the National Register of Historic Places, but by 1992 was falling into a state of disrepair. Shortly before it was slated to be demolished, it was purchased by Geordie Hormel.

Investing heavily to restore and renovate the Wrigley Mansion, Geordie Hormel hoped to open the home to the public as a premier retreat and event area. Operated as a private club to meet zoning requirements, all membership proceeds are donated to local charities.

Events at the Wrigley Mansion

Today, the home is a popular tourist destination as well as a wedding and business event venue. Dining and wine tastings are available at Geordie’s. Depending on your preferences, annual memberships offer tiered benefits, ranging from discounts on wine to reduced rates for large parties. Full lunch and dinner services are available, though reservations are often required. Private dining and event space is available for meetings, conferences, and other functions with corporate membership options available.

Attractions near Wrigley Mansion

Located in Northern Phoenix, the mansion is close to many of the city’s most popular shopping locations. Biltmore Fashion Park offers high-end shopping and dining. Brands include Gucci, Ralph Lauren, and Vera Bradley. A couple blocks east, Town and Country shopping center offers an array of retailers, including Old Navy and Best Buy. The area is also home to an array of local artisans, boutiques, and more.

The Phoenix Mountains Preserve is a short drive north of Wrigley Mansion for endless sunshine and outdoor recreation opportunities. Arizona Biltmore Golf Club and Paradise Valley Golf Club are a few minutes away from both the mansion and hotels near Wrigley Mansion in Phoenix. The museums of Phoenix’s historic districts are 10 minutes south. Professional sports, live events, and an array of nightlife venues are 15 minutes away in Downtown Phoenix.