Coronado Historic District

The Coronado Historic District Homes in Phoenix, Arizona

Location: Coronado Historic District Neighborhood boundaries are roughly Virginia Avenue to Coronado Road, 8th Street to 14th Street.

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Coronado Historic District Real Estate

The changes happening in Coronado Historic District are nothing short of mind boggling. The extensive and luxurious remodeling of these  historic Bungalows and ranch homes gives homeowners the best of historic integrity with modern day flare. So, if you’re taste is not cookie-cutter, you’ll definitely want to explore all the amazing features this neighborhood has. You may just end up wanting to call Coronado  “home.”

 

Coronado Park In Central Phoenix

Coronado Historic District homes are in a neighborhood which houses one of the largest city parks being Coronado Park at 12th Street & Palm Lane. One of the most active sectors of commercial activity within the Coronado neighborhood exists along 7th Street, particularly centered around the secondary intersection of 7th and Sheridan Streets. This is referred to as Sheridan Square.

Coronado Neighborhood Today

Coronado is ripe with revitalization and renewal today as the entire neighborhood continues to evolve in visibly as it consistently has been in recent years. Therefore, it’s becoming one of the most sought-after residential addresses in Central Phoenix.

Coronado’s Walkability

Coronado is walking distance to loads of unique, diverse and independently owned cool restaurants, wine bars, coffee shops, cafes, beauty salons and fun shops. Ranging from casual to high-end establishments like Drip Coffee Lounge, Tuck Shop and much more. You’ll never be at a loss for fun ventures. Coronado covers a bit more than a half square mile. It was designated historic in November, 1986. 

Artsy Coronado

Although not as manicured as the neighboring Alvarado, Willo or Encanto-Palmcroft neighborhoods, the more eclectic, artsy Coronado contains an equally established patchwork of historic homes.

Mostly constructed between the 1920s and 1940s, the recent remodeling of many of these smaller homes now include:

  • Large additions featuring luxury master suites
  • Open gourmet kitchens
  • Spacious great rooms
  • Guest houses, studios or casitas
  • Combines both modern and historic

The Houses In Historic Coronado Neighborhood

Homes in this district are being remodeled left and right and are just absolutely GORGEOUS! Coronado Historic District houses predominately range from the 1920s and include Tudor’s, Craftsman Bungalows and Ranch houses from the 1940s. The wide, comfortable porches glare at you before you even enter these homes. 

Additionally, most have two bedrooms and one bathroom from 700 square feet to about 1000 square feet are the dominant home sizes in Coronado. But, it’s certainly not limited to that as you can find a wide variety of homes with 3 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms ranging from around 1200-1500 square feet. But, check out some of the remodeled homes with stunning luxury additions, and you’re looking at square footage of well over 2,000 and upwards of 3,000 square feet.

Wide Porches & Mature Trees

These terrific wide porches and quaint neighborhood ambiance comes with decent lot sizes and mature trees making Coronado homes ideal for entertaining. Therefore, I highly recommend driving through the neighborhood so you can see the beautiful work being done on so many of these homes!

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 In Coronado Phoenix Now?

The neighborhood’s affordability is still pretty good, but not by much. And while there are still a few dilapidated houses, most are in pretty good shape. Buy a remodeled house here and all you’ll need to do is pick out your furniture. I recently sold a dilapidated fixer-upper that needed everything for just under $400,000. But, investors know that they can add on, do a stunning remodel and turn a hefty profit. That’s the new demand happening in this terrific historic district.

Yes, Coronado is getting tougher to find a bargain. But the city life, easy commute, surrounding restaurants & venues for First-Time Home Buyers, singles and families are loving it all. Also, If you like Coronado, you’ll want to check out Country Club Park and Brentwood Historic Districts.

Coronado Historic District in Phoenix is another Arizona neighborhood to land on the Best Old House Neighborhoods List for 2010 by This Old House.

These days, the neighborhood 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 festival.

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