Click HERE to Watch a Video Taken from a 20th Floor Unit at The Regency House on Central Avenue Luxury High-Rise in Ashland Place Historic District
The homes in Ashland Place Historic District were originally envisioned by Mr. Heard of Heard Museum, to be large estates with acreage like those in neighboring Alvarado but were re-subdivided into smaller parcels in response to the Phoenix real estate market of the late 1920s. As a result, Ashland Place has compact lots with smaller and more affordable homes, 68 of them according to the Historic Preservation folks at the City of Phoenix.
If you love the homes in Ashland Place Historic District but can’t find one for sale (as you may see zero homes for sale here), you might also like Country Club Park or the East Alvarado historic districts (Ranch style) or Del Norte Place (Period Revivals). If it’s the connectivity to the light rail and proximity to Central Avenue that draws you to Ashland Place, check out the Willo and Pierson Place historic districts. They are very well connected, too.
If you want to live in Ashland Place and there’s just not enough homes to choose from, you may want to consider condo living at The Regency House on Central high-rise. This luxurious condominium building, built in 1964 was just recently officially designated a historic building as part of Ashland Place Historic District, owners are now privy to a 50% tax reduction! The building is glorious and recently underwent more than a $7,000,000 renovation keeping it’s mid-century look and feel.
Ashland Place Historic Homes For Sale