8 Great Spots to find Antiques in Prescott


April 30, 2018
April 30, 2018

8 Great Spots to find Antiques in Prescott


Moving into a new home is always a time of great excitement and anticipation. It’s the perfect opportunity to figure out the exact décor to make a house truly a home. Lucky for visitors and residents of Prescott, the hunt for unique and beautiful treasures to fill a Talking Rock custom or move-in ready home is made a little easier with the wide array of antique and consignment stores nearby. Everyone knows Prescott is full of beauty, history and kind people, and now it’s time to discover the city’s amazing array of antiques! The following are eight great local spots to go pickin’ and find hidden treasures to brighten up your home:

 

Merchandise Mart

Featuring over 15,000 square feet of space, Merchandise Mart features around 90 dealers and consigners who offer a wide array of antiques to its visitors. Gracing the area for over 20 years, this antique mall features everything from Scientific items such as an extinct Elephant Bird egg to antique furniture, to cast-iron cooking items. Its wide array of items – they even specialized in old west and war memorabilia – is sure to tempt even the most finicky shoppers.

 

Location: 205 N. Cortez St.

Phone: 928.776.1728

Hours: Monday-Saturday 10 a.m.-5 p.m.; Sunday 11 a.m.-4 p.m.

Directions from Talking Rock: This antique mall is just over 18 miles from Talking Rock. Head east on N. Forever View Ln. toward Mescal Canyon Way and turn right onto it. Turn right on N. Double Adobe Rd. then a left on N. Talking Ranch Rd. Turn left on N. Williamson Valley Rd. and follow that road for 14.2 miles. The road veers left and becomes Iron Springs Rd., then it becomes Whipple St. Continue onto N. Montezuma St. Turn left on W. Sheldon St. and then right onto Cortez St. and Merchandise Mart will be on the left.

 

Three Sisters Consignment

A store with a quaint and comfortable feel, Three Sisters envelops the ambience of a real home with its display of goods. Born from a desire to create unique individual surroundings for customers and the belief that customers’ personal spaces should help them rest and recharge, Three Sisters consigns and sells items meant to enhance its customers’ lives. With furnishings, accessories and jewelry from all over the world, Three Sisters has something for everyone. If you wondered who and what the Three Sisters are in its namesake—well, you’ll just have to drop in the store to get a bookmark that tells the story!

Location: 4077 North AZ-89 Hwy.

Phone: 928.777.0107

Hours: Monday-Saturday 9 a.m.- 5 p.m., closed Sundays

Directions from Talking Rock: Go east on N. Forever View Ln. toward Mescal Canyon Way and turn right onto it. Turn right onto N. Double Adobe Rd. then take a left onto N. Talking Ranch Rd. Take a left on N. Williamson Valley Rd. and after about 11.7 miles, turn left onto Pioneer Parkway. Take exit 317 toward Larry Caldwell Dr. then turn right onto AZ-89 S and Three Sisters will be on the left.

 

Prescott Marketplace & Emporium

Formerly called the Cortez Street Emporium, The Prescott Marketplace & Emporium is located in the heart of Antique Row in Downtown Prescott. Featuring everything from neon signs to vintage furniture, the conveniently-located facility features more than 80 vendors who each carry a unique assortment of items. Known for their one-of-a-kind treasures and unique finds, its offerings range from rustic ranch to industrial styles and is definitely worth taking a look!

Location: 117 N. Cortez St.

Phone: 928.445.1460

Hours: Open 7 days a week at 10 a.m. Sunday-Thursday they close at 5 p.m. and on Friday and Saturday they close at 7 p.m.

Directions from Talking Rock: Located about 28 minutes from the development, go east on N. Forever View Ln. toward Mescal Canyon Way and turn right onto it. Take a right onto North Double Adobe Rd. then a left onto N. Talking Ranch Rd. and left again onto N. Williamson Valley Dr. Stay on that for 14.2 miles. N. Williamson Valley Rd. becomes Iron Springs Rd., then becomes Whipple St. Continue onto N Montezuma St. then take a left onto W. Sheldon St. and right onto Cortez St. The store will be on the left.

 

Tina’s Montana Rose Mercantile

This homey, family-owned and operated antique and collectible shop is sure to be a hit, offering everything from eclectic furniture, to fine antique print artwork, to birdhouses, Tina’s Montana Rose Mercantile offers its shoppers a nine-room storehouse featuring myriad treasures. Shoppers looking for great deals should keep in mind that they conduct a 3-day warehouse sale every month, so call for more details as you plan your shopping excursion.

Location: 100 N. Summit Ave.

Phone: 928.533.3651

Hours: Open Monday-Saturday from 10 a.m.-5 p.m., closed Sundays

Directions from Talking Rock: A 17.7 -mile drive from Talking Rock, head southwest on N. Talking Rock Ranch Rd. Take a left onto N. Williamson Valley Rd. for about 14.2 miles. N. Williamson Valley Rd. veers left and becomes Iron Springs Rd. Take a right onto Miller Valley Rd. then continue straight onto Grove Ave. Turn left onto Western Ave. then right at the first cross street onto N. Summit Ave. and the store will be on the right.

 

Granite Creek Antiques

Featuring 4,000 square feet of unique furniture, lighting, and more, Granite Creek Antiques offers its guests a wide range of items. With offerings from classic and elaborate furniture and timepieces, to an antique doll display that can’t be matched, the shop offers guests a warm welcome and an array of interesting finds that will make them happy they dropped in.

Location: 218 N. Granite St.

Phone: 928.445.8559

Hours: Tuesday- Saturday 11 a.m.-5 p.m., Sunday 11:00 a.m.-4 p.m. and Mondays by chance or appointment.

Directions from Talking Rock: About a 28-minute drive from Talking Rock, head west on N. Talking Rock Ranch Rd. Take a left onto N. Williamson Valley Rd. and continue for 14.2 miles. N. Williamson Valley Rd. becomes Iron Springs Rd. Take a right onto Miller Valley Rd., then continue onto Grove Ave. Turn left onto W. Sheldon St., which turns slightly right and becomes N. McCormick St. Turn left onto W. Willis St. and then take a left onto N. Granite St. and the store will be on the left.

 

The Second Hand Man

Shoppers looking for a mix of eclectic furniture and home design items with a comfortable relaxed atmosphere need look no further than The Second Hand Man. Abounding with numerous pieces of furniture, unique decorative items and helpful customer service representatives, The Second Hand Man offers a wide array of gems treasure hunters will swoon over.

Location: 535 S. Montezuma St.

Phone: 928.445.6007

Hours: Monday-Saturday 9 a.m.-5 p.m.

Directions from Talking Rock:  About a 29-minute drive from Talking Rock, head west on N. Talking Rock Ranch Rd. Take a left onto N. Williamson Valley Rd. and continue for 14.2 miles. N. Williamson Valley Rd. becomes Iron Springs Rd., then becomes Whipple St. Continue onto N Montezuma St. and the store will be on the left.

 

Batterman’s Auction

Specializing in the sale of quality items, antiques, firearms, coins and jewelry, Batterman’s professional auction house and consignment shop promises a unique experience to shoppers every time. Offering everything from fine art and jewelry to furniture, this establishment even carries some unique online items for purchase. Don’t forget to check out their hefty beer and wine making section with everything a home brewer will enjoy!

Location: 400 W. Gurley St.

Phone: 928.445.6787

Hours: Monday-Saturday 9 a.m.-5:30 p.m., Sunday 9 a.m.-3 p.m.

Directions from Talking Rock: About a 28-minute drive from Talking Rock, head west on N. Talking Rock Ranch Rd. Take a left onto N. Williamson Valley Rd. and continue for 14.2 miles. N. Williamson Valley Rd. becomes Iron Springs Rd. Take a right onto Miller Valley Rd., then continue onto Grove Ave. Turn left onto W. Gurley St. and the auction house will be on the left.

 

Pastime Pleasures Antiques

As its name suggests, Pastime Pleasures is a quaint antique shop with an enjoyable sports section. Visitors are sure to hit a home run if they are looking for classic baseball gloves and bats and other sports memorabilia. The shop also features other eclectic treasures sure to delight your next houseguests. Whether on the hunt for beautiful wood furnishings, wall art or maps, vintage tools or just some cool knick-knacks, shoppers will enjoy browsing the goods at Pastime Pleasures.

Location: 103 E. Gurley

Phone: 928.458.5280

Hours: It’s best to call in preparation for a visit as the store is sometimes closed due to the owner’s health reasons.

Directions from Talking Rock: Located about 28 minutes from the development, head east on N. Forever View Ln. towards Mescal Canyon Way and turn right onto it. Turn right onto N. Double Adobe Rd. then left onto N.Talking Ranch Rd. and another left on N. Williamson Valley Rd. Take this for 14.2 miles. N. Williamson Valley Rd. becomes Iron Springs Rd., then becomes Whipple St. Continue onto N Montezuma St. then take a left onto W. Gurley St. and the store will be on the right.

 

If you love Prescott, but like your independence, visit Talking RockThirty minutes outside of Prescott, this private, guard-gated master-planned community offers a variety of home sites including custom builds, on the golf course, two to 10-acre lots, and read- to-move-in options.