La Hacienda Historic District boundaries are roughly 3rd Street to 7th Street, Catalina Drive south to Thomas Road. There are only two streets that make up this historic district; Verde Lane and Catalina Drive, between 3rd and 7th Streets.
The architectural styles and square footage in the La Hacienda neighborhood is truly based on one community with a significant and vital architectural and social history within the City of Phoenix. Monterrey, Spanish Style, Mediterranean Revival and Ranch style homes dominate this small historic district. Home in this neighborhood vary from 1,800 square feet to 3,200 square feet with often 3 bedrooms and 3 baths. Lot sizes are generous, too, averaging about a 1/2 acre or more of beautiful grounds. There is a stunning 1951 Cape Cod Revival in this neighborhood as well.
Many prominent Phoenicians lived in La Hacienda Historic District, including Gene “Bulldog” McClain, a hard-nosed and respected reporter who was nominated for a Pulitzer Prize, and Ruth Reinhold, one of the first female aviators in Arizona.