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Also known as the Winter Cottage and La Colina Solana, the Wrigley Mansion is the residence of William Wrigley, Jr., founder of Wrigley?s chewing gums.

The Spanish Colonial style mansion was designed by architect Earl Heitschmidt with a budget of $1.2 million. It consists of 24 rooms, 12 bathrooms, and is over 16,000 feet in area. In July of 1992, the mansion was sold to Geordie Hormel who made the residence a place for conventions, meetings, and other similar functions.

Because of the zoning regulation in the area, the Wrigley Mansion was required to operate as a private club, with an annual membership fee of $10. Built in 1929, the mansion is now considered a historical landmark after it was listed in 1989 on the National Register of Historic Places. It is also considered as Phoenix Point of Pride.
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