Yaple Park Historic District is roughly bounded by 3rd and 7th Avenues, and Turney and Minnezona Avenues in Phoenix, Arizona. Yaple Park is only 3 streets large and is adjacent and walking distance to the popular Melrose District on 7th Avenue which is a very hip and artsy. This is a wonderful neighborhood to live in if you like to walk or bike to old unique shops, coffee houses and restaurants toward the west end, or, walk to the Metro Light Rail on the east end.
The architectural styles and square footage in Yaple Park Historic district resulted in a unique development homes which occurred between 1931 and 1949. Consequently, there are a wide variety of home styles. Predominantly, simple Transitional Ranch style homes with long, shallow porches and Period Revival style homes along with a few art moderne homes make up this historic districts elevations. Square footage averages around 1,200 square feet. Additional building styles include French Provincials, English Cottage, Monterey Revival and Cape Cod.
Yaple Park was named after the first family who were farmers of this land. There were 103 homes built in Yaple Park between 1929 and 1938 and there are only 108 in total which are mostly Transitional Ranch style homes. There is only one Craftsman style home in this district and it is a 2-story home, and, there is only one Cape Cod Revival built in 1938. The Period of Significance is 1928 – 1940 and its Historic Designation was gotten in June, 1997.
If you like the homes and location of Yaple Park, you might like North Encanto, Country Club Park, Woodlea and Pierson Place historic districts as well. Woodlea and Pierson Place is the other neighboring historic neighborhoods just west on the other side of 7th Avenue. 7th Avenue is basically sandwiched between these two historic districts and both in pristine locations.
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