Historic Phoenix Neighborhoods, Districts and Real Estate For Sale
Today’s New Listings In Central Phoenix & Arcadia For Sale
Real Estate in the Downtown, Historic and Central Phoenix neighborhoods is my specialty! This website allows you to search all active real estate listings in each, individual historic district along with all homes in the surrounding Phoenix neighborhoods and suburbs. In a hurry?
Go there now. But you may want to read below first on a few cool things this site has to offer you.
You can set up your own searches, save them and log in at free will to check status, new listings and so much more. It’s fun and easy to use but if you’d like help getting started, just contact me today and I’ll be happy to get you up and running so you can begin searching homes in the best neighborhoods in Phoenix.
When you’re shopping for homes for sale in Phoenix, Arizona, one of the realities that make Downtown and Central Phoenix enticing is the presence of several dozen residential neighborhoods which have been designated by the City of Phoenix as Historic Districts. These areas are filled with homes built from the early 1900’s to the 1950’s ranging from an enchanting 800 square feet to grand and luxurious estates of 5,000 square feet and above. The wide variety of Bungalows, Tudor Revivals, Spanish Style, Art Deco and Ranch style variations offer homeowners many options for creating unique living environments. Not only is there a diversity of architectural styles but there is also something for every budget.
Each historic district and every single historic home is unique to its own right and has its own appeal and influence. One of my personal analogies of historic homes in Phoenix is that these homes are like DNA – no two are alike.
Living in these communities and quaint neighborhoods is an enjoyable and gratifying environment while putting you very close to downtown Phoenix itself with all of its wonderful benefits. With the constant springing up of small cafés, restaurants, vintage stores, clothing boutiques and art galleries allows for an abundance of neighborhood and community interaction opportunities and more vintage neighborhoods designations are coming.
Mid-century Modern architecture from architects as Al Beadle, Ralph Haver, Fred Guirey, Robert J. Peterson and Bennie Gonzales (just to name a few) helped shape both commercial and residential designs. Now, many newer high-rises in downtown Phoenix along Central Avenue are adjacent neighbors to many of these wonderful historic districts and coexist beautifully with the lifestyle of living in downtown Phoenix.
If you’re looking to buy a home for sale in Phoenix, sell a cherished historic Phoenix home, or even an quaint old home which is adjacent to or near a historic district, you’ve come to the right place. Our experience and representation is pristine. This site offers you all of the Historic Phoenix homes for sale in each historic district combined with the surrounding areas including luxury historic homes in Scottsdale, luxury homes in Paradise Valley and historic homes in Paradise Valley and the Biltmore Area as well as historic homes in Scottsdale, a wonderful variety of other homes in Scottsdale, and, Glendale historic homes, all in our great state of Phoenix, Arizona.
Today’s New Listings
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