The William Grier House is one of the Neo-Colonial standouts of the St. Matthew neighborhood west of Downtown Phoenix.
An original Dennis Addition house still looks stunning at 113 years old.
The visitors center at Pioneer & Military Park was not built there; on the contrary, it spent nearly 100 years 26 blocks away.
‘Old Phoenix’ meshes with modern architecture across from Library Park.
Built in 1896, the Hidden House is the oldest remaining home from the original Brill’s Addition.
There is more than meets the eye to one of North Garfield’s oldest homes.
One of Garfield’s most notable homes is an example of historic preservation with modern flashes.
Take a look at a Garfield home that was around well before the Garfield name even took hold.
A home of a once prominent Arizonan is tucked away in the East Evergreen Historic District.
It’s nearly 110 years old, but the Silva House — now better known as the Rose & Crown Pub — is uncharacteristically well preserved.