A million-dollar view could be yours for just $100.
As the Willo area moved toward single-family zoning in 1930, the Alberta Apartments just opened, a symbol of the “uncontrolled” development of the pre-zoning age.
One of West McDowell’s original multi-family housing buildings packs some serious charm.
One of Phoenix’s first model homes was also the first in Willo’s Broadmoor Subdivision.
On June 10, 2010, the Keeper of the National Register accepted the nominations for 10 Central Phoenix historic districts.
Phoenix’s premier Tudor Revival example, right in the heart of the Alvarado Historic District.
The Judge Tweed House, finished in 1881, is one of the oldest remaining structures in the city of Phoenix.
Initially hesitant with the proximity to ASU’s downtown campus, I have found it to be quite peaceful during the week and it is super quiet on weekends.
One of Phoenix’s oldest remaining homes, the Eyrich-Kohl House oozes history while maintaining its simple charm.
This year’s Modern Phoenix Home Tour returns April 11, and promises to be the most successful yet.