The homes in Brentwood Historic District are bounded by roughly McDowell Road to Interstate 10, and 16th Street to to 20th Streets including the 51.
Brentwood Historic District homes are near downtown Phoenix and were developed between 1926 and 1956, The Brentwood neighborhood is comprised of just 177 households and was designated historic in April, 2003.
Brentwood Homes Architecture
The architectural styles and square footage are Tudors and Bungalows which dictate this picturesque historic district inside the core of Phoenix, Arizona. These homes are a bit on the smaller side but loaded with classic charm averaging around 1200 square feet
Brentwood Historic Home Features
The square footage in these homes are a little more modest than those of other historic Phoenix districts ranging from about 1,000 to 1,200 square feet however the features are very sharp.
The homes in this affordable district boast original features which are quite prominent inside such as:
- Original doorknobs
- Hardwood floors
- Original, colored ceramic tile in the bathrooms and kitchens
- Built-ins of all designs and sizes and quite often the original kitchen cabinets
- Floor grates
More Common Elevation Features in Brentwood Homes are:
- High coved ceilings
- Wide archways
- Brick detail
Bungalows, Tudors, Period Revival and Spanish-style homes are found largely unchanged in Brentwood, a small district about three blocks by four blocks.
If you like Brentwood, you’ll probably like Coronado and Country Club Park Historic Districts.