Medlock Place Historic District is roughly bounded by Central and 7th Avenues, Missouri Avenue and Camelback Road.
Medlock Place Historic District Homes are highly walkable. The neighborhood is a connected to Camelback Road in Central Phoenix with retail shops and restaurants. This neighborhood has become a rural suburb since it’s been more developed. Chicago pizza anyone? Walk to Lou Malnati’s pizza at Uptown Plaza. After that, walk on over to AJ’s Fine Groceries. Walk to Postino’s Wine Cafe on Central to AJ’s Fine Foods.
This neighborhood offers a large variety of architectural styles like English Tudors, Spanish, Colonial and Pueblo Revivals, Southwest and Bungalows.
The Southern Outskirts of the North Central Corridor
Medlock Place is a historic neighborhood in the southernmost part of Phoenix’ North Central corridor, the Valley of the Sun’s original suburban residential development. First opened to the public in 1926, Medlock Place was four miles north of the edge of town. Today, many of the Medlock Place Historic District single family homes still reflect what Floyd Medlock (the area’s first developer), promoted as living amidst city conveniences with country delights.
Historic Homes For Sale In Medlock Place Historic District