East Evergreen Historic District

Historic Homes For Sale In East Evergreen

East Evergreen Historic District is generally bounded by 3rd and 7th Streets, McDowell Road, the alley South of Willetta Street and the I-10 Phoenix, AZ. 

East Evergreen Homes Historic District Phoenix ArizonaEast Evergreen Historic District is a hidden gem nestled in the heart of Phoenix. This historic district showcases the rich heritage and architectural beauty of the area. With its well-preserved homes and tree-lined streets, East Evergreen offers a glimpse into the past and a unique sense of charm.

Immerse yourself in the history and character of this neighborhood as you explore the diverse architectural styles, including Craftsman, Spanish Revival, and Tudor.

Central Phoenix Location

Conveniently located near downtown Phoenix, East Evergreen provides easy access to a variety of amenities, including dining, shopping, and cultural attractions. Discover the allure of this historic neighborhood and experience the timeless beauty of East Evergreen.

East Evergreen Historic District is a stone’s throw away from Townsend Park. It’s a neighborhood park located at the northeast corner of Lynwood and 5th Streets and is approximately 1.5 acres in size with a lighted basketball court, volleyball court, playground and picnic area.

Additional Nearby Amenities

Margaret T Hance Park, which is a 30-acre wonderful park, is also very close. Also close is the the Burton Barr Library which is always having its own family-oriented events.

The Architectural Styles and Square Footage in East Evergreen Neighborhood

East Evergreen Historic homes are mostly Craftsman-style Bungalows with deep front lawns and large porches which line Willetta and Lynwood between 7th Street and 3rd Streets.

Additionally, many of these classics sit on large lots up to 1/3rd acre. Square footage ranges from 900 to 3500 and are on deep, narrow lots. These homes usually feature tons of built-ins with hardwood floors and grandma-style door knobs.

An Old Streetcar Subdivision

The East Evergreen Historic neighborhood was largely developed as a Streetcar Subdivision (1887-1925). There are less than two dozen Craftsman Bungalows in the East Evergreen. As a result, development in East Evergreen can be directly attributed to the extension of the streetcar line north of the city along 3rd Street to the Phoenix Indian School in 1909.

Nearby Historic Districts to East Evergreen

If you like what East Evergreen has to offer, you’ll also like Del NorteRoosevelt and Willo historic districts.

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