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.
The urban, city feel in East Evergreen Historic District is fantastic! Yet, with the mature palm trees lining the streets, you get the feeling of seclusion in the heart of central Phoenix. The homes in East Evergreen Historic District have architectural styles of mostly Craftsman-style Bungalows with deep front lawns and large front porches which line Willetta and Lynwood between 7th Street and 3rd Streets.
Interior Home Features:
- Many of these classics sit on large lots up to 1/3rd of an acre
- Single Story, 1 1/2 Story’s and an occasional rare 2-Story
- Square footage ranges from 900 to 3,500 square feet
- French Doors
- Hardwood Flooring
- Original Built-ins
- Wood Trim
A Small buy Mighty Neighborhood
This neighborhood is small but mighty. East Evergreen Historic District takes only two blocks of Willetta and Lynwood. Oh, and let’s not forget the lampposts which are located both at street corners, on residential blocks between the street and sidewalk, and throughout the park. The lamp posts are replicas of historic lamp posts.
Fantastic Central Location
What’s not to love about being central to it all? East Evergreen is near the I-10 on the south. 7th Street is to the east with a commercial strip on McDowell Road to the north. This wonderful central Phoenix neighborhood is close to restaurants, the arts, boutique shops, the Burton Barr Library and more. And, from the library, it’s a very short jaunt to the Light Rail which can escort you to the booming downtown Phoenix.
Nearby Historic Districts
Homes don’t come up for sale very often due to the small size of this historic district, but if you like the appeal of what East Evergreen has to offer, it’s definitely worth checking out the nearby, Del Norte, Roosevelt and Willo historic districts.
Homes For Sale In East Evergreen