East Alvarado Historic District homes are bounded along Alvarado Road between 3rd and 7th Streets In Phoenix, Arizona.
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Homes don’t come up for sale very often in East Alvarado, but if you like this district, you’d probably like the homes in Los Olivos Historic District, the Windsor Square Historic District near Central & Camelback.
This neighborhood is a short walk to Central Avenue and the light rail line.
Where Exactly is East Alvarado?
Near the central core of Phoenix lies a quiet stretch of pavement less than one-quarter mile in length. Within that quarter-mile, a collection of only 30 homes that comprise this compact neighborhood.
Architectural Styles and Square Footage
The home’s architectural styles and square footage in East Alvarado Historic District Homes mostly consist of very Early Ranch style variations being Monterey Style and French Provincial. There are also several Period Revival style homes as well.
This district’s homes average around 1,700 square feet and are usually 3 bedrooms with 2 baths. You’ll usually have a detached garage at the rear of the property which is a huge perk especially during our scorching Summer months.
A Wonderful, Walkable Neighborhood
East Alvarado historic homes are all a very short walk to Central Avenue where you can hop on the Phoenix Metro Light Rail. Therefore, it’s also a short bike ride down to 3rd Street into the core of downtown Phoenix, AZ.
History of East Alvarado Neighborhood