Victoria Place Historic District is Located from 7th Street to 9th Street on E. McKinley Street, Phoenix, Arizona
Victoria Place Historic District has architectural styles which consist of Bungalows and Spanish Colonial Revivals. These homes typically with broad front porches and tapering porch columns. Only about half the homes in Victoria Place have carports.
The Prominent Bungalow
There are more Bungalows in this neighborhood than any other architectural style. Bungalows are typically one-story homes with a simple, functional floor plan and one or more broadly pitched roof gables with deep overhangs. Additionally, the broad front porches with tapering porch columns are a typical and lovely feature.
Homes in Victoria Place original cost was between $2000 and $2500, compared to $5000 and up in the wealthier neighborhoods developed in the same period. The Victoria Place Historic District was listed in the National Register of Historic Places in April 1989.
An Early Addition to the Phoenix Townsite
Located in one of the earliest additions to the Phoenix Townsite, Victoria Place is historically important for its association with the subdivision of the Dennis Addition. Then, as the Phoenix townsite expanded, there was a boom of neighborhood development in Phoenix in the very early decades of the 1900s.
Since homes rarely come up for sale in Victoria Place, you may want to look in the booming Garfield Historic District.
Victoria Place Historic Homes For Sale