Historic Buckeye events venue reopens after 12-year hiatus
PHOENIX — Nardini Manor, a historic events venue in Buckeye, is available once again after a 12-year hiatus.
Built in 1910, the venue that sits on 4.5 acres at 5601 S. Jackrabbit Trail is under new management and ready to hold weddings, luncheons, dinner parties and all kinds of celebrations, according to the official website.
“Nardini has a vast and incredible history,” Christa Esquibel, owner of Get local Arizona Events, said in a press release. “This manor has seen different owners, the progression of railroads to vehicles, and survived a disastrous fire before a successful restoration.
“We are very lucky to be able to contribute to the history of this venue as well as provide a lovely destination for photography, weddings, or any fun family event.”
Amenities of the venue include four main event areas, a bridal suite and a maze constructed of oleander bushes.
The building itself holds seating for 250 guests, while there is space for 125 vehicles in the parking area.
Wedding pricing can be viewed online, with those who book the venue getting exclusive use of the entire estate and a personal event coordinator.
The venue also hosts family-friendly events for Easter, Halloween and Christmas, according to the release.