Encanto Manor Historic District boundaries are roughly Thomas Road and Windsor, 7th and 15th Avenues.
Encanto Manor Historic homes for sale are built between 1945 and 1959. The architectural styles are mostly Ranch style or Transitional Ranch style. The homes average 1700 to 1900 square feet. And, if you like golf course views, the Encanto Golf Course lies in the backyards of the homes on the south side of Edgemont.
Encanto Manor Neighborhood Home Benefits and Features:
- Urban Living Just Minutes from Downtown Phoenix
- Horseshoe Shaped Streets Creating Traffic Privacy
- Generous Square Footage
- Generous Lot Sizes
- Detached Garages
- Mature Landscaping
- Golf Course Views on Some Lots
- Well-Built Brick, Masonry and Stuccoed Block Homes
- Uniform Streetscapes with Large Setbacks
This neighborhood is highly desirable and close to the core of Downtown and Central Phoenix.
Small, Quaint Neighborhood
Encanto Manor isn’t very large, but it’s very quaint. Plus, it neighbors Encanto Palmcroft Historic District to the south of Encanto Boulevard and Willo Historic District on the east side of 7th Avenue. Encanto Vista Historic District is a direct extension and immediate neighbor of Encanto Manor in central Phoenix.