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Homes in this district are being remodeled left and right and are just absolutely stunning and many of these smaller homes have included large additions that feature luxury master suites, open gourmet kitchens and spacious great rooms combining both modern and historic.
Coronado Historic District houses predominately range from the 1920’s and include Tudor’s, Craftsman Bungalows and and Ranch houses from the 1940’s. The wide, comfortable porches glare at you before you even enter these homes. Most have two bedrooms and one bathroom from 700 square feet to about 1,000 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 1,200-1,500 square feet. These terrific wide porches and quaint neighborhood ambiance comes with decent lot sizes and mature trees making Coronado homes ideal for entertaining.
Coronado is walking distance to loads of unique, diverse and independently owned cool restaurants, wine bars, coffee shops, cafes, beauty salons and fun shops from casual to high-end like Drip Coffee Lounge, Tuck Shop and much more. Coronado covers a bit more than a half square mile. It was designated historic in November, 1986.
The neighborhood’s affordability is outstanding. And while there are still a few dilapidated houses, most are in pretty good shape. Buy a house here and all you’ll need to do is pick out the furniture and add a fresh coat of paint.
A Neighborhood That’s a True Community
Classic Tudor Built in 1930 In Coronado Historic District
Located in Midtown Phoenix, the Coronado neighborhood (often referred to as Greater Coronado) covers over 1-3/4 square miles (just under 1200 acres) and includes around 4,000 households. Three historic districts – Brentwood, Coronado and Country Club Park – make up much of the neighborhood. Hundreds of small businesses thrive on the neighborhood’s periphery.
The western side of Coronado was constructed largely between 1920 and 1930 and reflects the California Bungalow and Spanish Colonial Revival building styles; the northern side is predominantly ranch styles common of the 1940’s. Throughout the neighborhood you will find the occasional contemporary infill home. Much of our neighborhood falls within the Phoenix Historic Preservation zoning guidelines.
The Coronado neighborhood is centrally located and has direct access to major freeways, is within close proximity of the Phoenix downtown & Central Corridor, the “arts district”, the light rail line, and three major hospitals.
The Coronado Neighborhood Association, a registered 501(c)(3) nonprofit was established in May 1985 and has been serving the neighborhood for over 30 years.