This is one of a handful of historic properties in Sedona.
Designed by Bob McIntyre, architect of the famous Tlaquepaque Arts Center and other unique buildings in Sedona. When you look closely at the adobe brick walls, notice how they curve, this is a hallmark of McIntyre’s style. Something very few could replicate today.
In addition to having an exclusive location and architecture our home has a strong and unusual lineup of past owners. Originally built by Platt Cline in 1969, Platt was the editor and publisher of the Arizona Daily Sun who championed the creation of Northern Arizona University desegregated schools and better relations with Native American tribes. Our home was then lovingly owned by 1950's Hollywood actress, dancer and singer Ann Miller, and then by the Wrigley family.
Modern luxury on ancient land
We are honored to be the stewards of this historic property and while we update and modernize, we always respect the spirit, beauty, architecture and legacy of this historic home. Immersed in the 300 million year sacred red rocks of Sedona our guests love the tranquility and privacy, the unobstructed views, the nature and wildlife.
The sunrises and moonrises are spectacular, and the evening sun makes the rocks glow in a way that makes you feel out of this world. Our guests have access to over 14 hiking trails right from the property edge including Sugarloaf Mountain, Devil’s Kitchen, Andante, Teacup and the Seven Sacred Pools. This is where you can be totally immersed in the tranquility of the Sedona experience yet be only minutes away from shopping and great dining.
You private trailhead awaits
As our guest at Eagle Dancer you will have access to a private trailhead directly from our property. This trailhead cannot be found in any tourist guidebook yet from here you will have access to some of the most beautiful hikes Sedona has to offer, they include:
Seven Sacred Pools
Andante Trail & the base of Thunder Mountain
Walking trail to the sacred Amitabh Stupa and Chimney Rock