Why you'd want to live in Phoenix Historic Districts
Downtown and Central Phoenix are home to several historic neighborhoods. The better-known regions consist of Roosevelt, Coronado, FQ Story, Encanto-Palmcroft, and Willo. All of these historic areas come with their features, designs, businesses, stories, and style of homes! The Palmcroft and Encanto neighborhood is small, with about 330 families. Design in Encanto-Palmcroft incorporates Spanish Colonial, Tudor Revival, Cape Cod, and Monterey Revival. The Roosevelt Neighborhood lies limited by Central Avenue and Seventh Avenue from McDowell to Fillmore. It is a genuine urban neighborhood, with a walkable scale. close to open transportation and cordial neighborhood bistros and nearby activities. The more prominent Coronado district is made up of three sections — Historic Coronado, Country Club Park, and Brentwood. These areas incorporate more than 5,000 families. Styles include California Bungalow, Spanish Colonial Revival. Area Borders: Thomas Road south to Interstate 10; State Road 51 west to Seventh Street. The Willo Historic District was voted a top 10 cottage-style community in the U.S. Extremely bicycle-friendly and within a short walking distance from the light rail. F.Q. Story community has just over 600 households. Built from 1920 to 1940 with styles from Spanish Colonial Revival & Tudor, to the cottage and even ranch-themed homes. This Phoenix community is named after Francis Quarles Story, who was well-known for selling wool and citrus in the area. Let Kelly Cook and the Kelly Cook Real Estate Group assist you in your Phoenix historic district real estate search. We represent both sellers and buyers for all homes in this area! From a basic, single-story property, to a custom estate, trust the Kelly Cook Real Estate Group!