Newly Discovered Historic Phoenix Haver House Hits Market for $450,000, Already Under Contract
July 20, 2018
The fully remodeled home was confirmed as a Haver this year.
The sprawling desert metro was Haver’s playground from the 1940s into the ’80s. Over the decades, entire “Haverhoods” in Phoenix, as well as commercial buildings, were designed and built with his signature aesthetic: an open floor plan, exposed beams, vaulted ceilings, and a marriage of indoor spaces and the outdoors.
This home is in Beverly Park, a neighborhood that has long been recognized as a Haverhood.
Along with the home’s prestigious pedigree, it has also been completely remodeled, including the addition of a 436-square-foot owner’s suite in 2016.
It has a total of four bedrooms, three bathrooms, and 1,600 square feet, and all the infrastructure has been updated, including plumbing and electrical. The interiors include newly remodeled bathrooms and kitchen and a distinctly modern minimalist approach, in keeping with the spirit of the home’s design. All the exposed block walls have been coated in Haver masonry wash.
The home is situated only minutes from some of the area’s hippest bars, restaurants, and local attractions, including another Mid-Century Modern architectural gem, the Arizona Biltmore, designed by Frank Lloyd Wright in collaboration with his student Albert Chase McArthur.
Subdivision: Beverly Park
4 Beds, 3 Baths
Square Feet: 1,668
Year Built: 1952
7,087 sq ft
Aprrox Lot Size Range: 1-7,500