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Roughly bounded by
Virginia Ave., 14th St., McDowell Rd., and 7th St., Phoenix, AZ
Historic District in Phoenix is an Arizona historic
neighborhood to make it onto the
Best Old House Neighborhood List for 2010. The
collection of Tudor, Craftsman and Ranch homes built
primarily between the early 1920s and the late 1940's is
listed along with a neighborhood in each of the other 49
states in "This Old House" magazine.
District Phoenix, AZ
Once Phoenix had
ensured its long-term survival by damming up the Salt
River in the early 1900s, developers got down to the
business of plotting the future of the growing
Southwestern city. And that future was all about
By 1920 one of the largest was the Coronado
neighborhood, home to a middle-class population of
merchants, policemen, and railroad engineers living in
bungalows and Tudor Revival cottages, many
fronted by small lots with towering palm trees. These
days the nabe is drawing a young, artsy crowd, who like
to hang out on their front porches and wave to neighbors
who pass by. The neighborhood was added to the National
Register of Historic Places in 1986. Each spring,
residents show off their homes and often their DIY
handiwork during an annual house tour and community
to medium-size Tudor, Craftsman, and ranch houses, built
from about 1920 to 1940, are predominant. Prices start
at $150,000. Houses often include a freestanding garage
out back with matching architectural details. During the
Great Depression, many residents converted their garage
into an apartment, moved in, and rented their home.
Why Buy Now?
affordability is outstanding. And while there are still
a few dilapidated houses, most are in pretty good shape.
Buy a house here and all you'll need to do is pick out
the furniture and add a fresh coat of paint.
Coronado Historic District has homes with square
footage of all sizes, Coronado is known for smaller
homes, usually with two bedrooms and one bath. Sometimes
startinf at around 700 square feet on up. The average
bungalow has a small footprint averaging about 1,000
square feet. This is sustainable living at its best.
With cozy, wide and long porches, shady outdoor
space with mature trees and friendly neighbors, Coronado
Historic District is a wonderful choice whne looking for
to buy in downtown,
historic central Phoenix.
Featured Greater Coronado Historic District
Home For Sale
2211 N. Evergreen
SSOLD, but we have others!