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Location: Idylwilde Historic District is roughly bounded by 11th and 12th Streets, Weldon and Fairmount Avenues.
Each home in Idylwilde Park Historic District, and there are only roughly 40, owns an interest in this small historic neighborhood.
Additionally, each home backs into its own, private 3-acre park with a pool shared strictly exclusively by its residents.
A Small, Nominal Annual HOA
Unlike other historic districts, the Idylwilde Park Club does have an HOA with shared maintenance expenses for pool, a private park and water that amounts to roughly a few hundred dollars per homeowner per year. However, the owners love the privacy and privilege.
About Idylwilde Park Homes
These homes are built in the 1920s and 1930s consisting of Period Revivals, English Tudors, Spanish Colonial Revivals and Bungalows. The square footage of these darling homes are about 1200 on average.
Early Idylwilde Park Advertising
In October 7, 1928 The Arizona Republican, which was the paper’s name at the time, advertised aggressively each day in the week prior to the subdivision’s opening flaunting the private, 3-acre park.
Idylwilde Park Historic District Period of Significance:
- 1928 to 1941
- Historic Designation was given in June, 1991