Encanto Manor Historic District boundaries are roughly Thomas Road and Windsor, 7th and 15th Avenues.
Encanto Manor Historic District homes lie in The Encanto Golf Course backyards. The homes on the north side of Edgemont are closer to Phoenix College. The homes on the north side of Edgemont are closer to Phoenix College, north of Thomas. Therefore, some homes have golf course views and others don’t.
- Built between 1945 and 1959
- The architectural styles in Encanto Manor are mostly Ranch style or Transitional Ranch style
- There is one Mission Revival built in 1911
Square footage averages 1700 to roughly 2000 square feet with 3 bedrooms and 2 baths on average. Lot sizes are generous averaging approximately 8,700 square feet. Large lots accommodate larger houses than the average from the postwar era.
Two Residential Subdivisions
This district encompasses only two residential subdivisions, originally platted in 1945. It took 52 builders to create the 84 homes in this district in the Transitional Ranch style using many features borrowed from the Revival Styles, particularly in roofing and porches. Also, homes in Encanto Manor have few fences and follow many of the same designs which maintains a patterned look in the neighborhood.
Want a Golf Course View?
Twenty-six of the homes are directly butting the golf course and no house in Encanto Manor is more than one block away from it. Don’t be surprised when you find random golf balls laying around.
Encanto Manor’s period of significance is 1945 to 1955 and was designated a Historic District in February, 2006. Therefore, the district has been well maintained in the ensuing decades and none of the houses have been demolished. The district retains a high level of integrity with 85% of resources contributing to the historic character of the neighborhood.
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