Virginia’s House is an elegant home built in 1913 and is used today to host many types of functions. Our main business is weddings and receptions, however, we also love to accommodate all other kinds of events. Our parties have included small graduation ceremonies, bridal luncheons, rehearsal dinners, bridal showers, baby showers, tea parties for all ages (the little girls get “special” treatment) and birthday parties. We will also host family gatherings after funeral or memorial services. Located in historic downtown Glendale, the house has a wonderful history! Most notably, the home was featured on HGTV’s Restore America as the Showcase house, giving a brief history and several “before/after” images of the home. What a truly remarkable experience!! The home has also been featured on KGLN Channel 11 on their special “Hidden Historic Treasures”. More information on it’s history can be found on our website under “About Virginia’s House”. We love and cherish this home and want to share your special day. We hope you love it as much as we do. Natalie Stahl is a fifth generation Arizona native and was raised in Thatcher, Arizona. She attended high school in Tucson and Phoenix, and graduated with degrees in marketing and merchandising from Northern Arizona University. Natalie is married to a police officer. They are the parents of two young daughters, Brailey and Landrie. Natalie is the owner and proprietor of a wedding and reception venue, Virginia’s House, and continues to restore the 1913 Victorian home that both her business and her family. Virginia’s House has been featured on HGTV’s Restore America and provides a facility for weddings and other special events. Natalie founded the Orchard Glen Neighborhood Partnership in 1999. She has held positions on a wide spectrum of commissions, boards and organizations. She was the vice chair for Glendale’s Commission on Neighborhoods, a member of the City Center Master Plan Citizens Advisory Committee, chairperson for Orchard Glen Weed & Seed, a member of Arizona Crime Prevention Association, a part of the planning team for the Earned Income Tax Credit Coalition, the Glendale Police Department’s Use of Force Board, and president of the Northwest Women’s Network. She most recently sat on Glendale’s Planning and Zoning Commission and was chairperson for two years. She is also the recipient of the 2005 Volene Stockham Humanitarian of the Year Award. She currently serves as Vice President for the Glendale Centerline Business Alliance and co-founder of West Valley Wedding Association. Natalie is the driving force behind the partnerships and strategic direction of the Orchard Glen Weed & Seed Initiative. Her neighborhood has received numerous grants for a widely varied array of projects ranging from streetscaping improvements to demolition and design work for neighborhood beautification. Natalie resides and owns a business in the Orchard Glen area of historic Glendale.
ADDRESS: 6838 North 59th Drive Glendale, AZ 85301