Learn About Historic Phoenix Homes AZ

The-historic-district-downtown-phoenixThere are many wonderful historic homes in Phoenix Arizona. In all, Phoenix has 35 designated historic districts with a variety of historic homes from the early to mid 1900’s. The historic Phoenix homes offer a wonderful opportunity for people to own a bit of history and care take Phoenix’ past.

Below we have a list of the 35 historic districts that have been designated by the National Register of Historic Places. We have written many essays looking at the history of the historic neighborhoods, the various historic homes, the architectural styles represented, pictures of historic Phoenix homes and video tours of the various historic neighborhoods. This is an ongoing project for The Caniglia Group as we research the history of the districts, talk to home owners, take pictures, write articles and try to give you a real feel of the wonderful historic Phoenix homes and neighborhoods.

Historic Phoenix Homes — The Historic Districts

NOTE: Click on the highlighted names to see articles and virtual tours of the historic districts in Phoenix. We are still researching the history of some neighborhoods so not all have associated articles yet. We love historic Phoenix homes and we highlight a number of great ones.

  • Alvarado… AKA Alvarado Place

    Downtown-phx-az-historic-listingsone of the premiere historic districts in Phoenix with estates style homes from the 1920’s and 30’s.

  • Ashland Place

    A great neighborhood just off Central Ave with sweet revival style homes from the 1920’s and 30’s.

  • Brentwood

    Brentwood Historic offers true Revival style homes at an affordable price.

  • Campus Vista

    A fine historic neighborhood near Phoenix College. Many ranch style homes here.

  • Cheery Lynn:

    A sweet enclave of mostly tudor and Southwest revival style homes. Truly a special part of downtown Phoenix’s history.

  • Coronado Historic District

    The largest historic district located in the NE region of downtown Phoenix. Sweet neighborhood with lots of historic homes Phoenix

  • Country Club Park

    A 1940’s era neighborhood with lots of sweet ranch style homes and a 2.5 acre park in the middle. Lots of great restaurants nearby too.

  • Del Norte Place

    The-historic-district-in-arizona-phoenixA rich collection of homes near Encanto Park

  • Earll Place

    One of the older subdivisions in downtown Phoenix with lots of sweet revival style homes… think English Tudor.

  • East Alvarado

    A sweet block of fairly large homes from the late 1930’s and early 40’s.

  • East Evergreen

    A small historic district near 7th St. & McDowell known for its Craftsman style bungalows.

  • Encanto Manor

    A sweet golf course neighborhood of ranch style homes.

  • Encanto-Palmcroft

    Arguably the most prestigious historic home district in Phoenix

  • Encanto Vista

    Another enclave of mid-century ranch style homes adjacent to Encanto Park.

  • Fariview Place

    Fairview Place Historic district offer affordable historic revival and ranch style homes.

  • F.Q. Story

    Downtown-phx-property-of-historic-districtA sweet neighborhood with many fine period revival homes

  • Garfield & N. Garfield

    An up and coming neighborhood with smaller, lower priced historic Phoenix homes.

  • Idylwilde Park

    Is a small historic district featuring a private park and revival style homes.

  • La Hacienda

    This sweet neighborhood is known for its large Spanish & Monterey Revival style homes.

  • Los Olivos

    A small historic district with large lots and some epic homes.

  • Margarita Place

    A enclave of 33 historic homes in the NW part of downtown Phoenix AZ.

  • Medlock Place

    A gret neighborhood with a variety of homes and located in N. Central Phoenix

  • North Encanto

    A sweet historic district with lots of well kept and landscapted ranch homes from the 40’s and 50’s.

  • Oakland/University park


  • Phoenix Homesteads

    An unusual enclave of homes to the east of downtown Phoenix

  • Pierson Place…

    article coming soon.

  • Roosevelt Historic

    Home to many great Bungalow style homes and in the heart of downtown Phoenix

  • Roosevelt Park

  • Villa Verde

  • Willo

    Noted for its great homes and famous historic home tou

  • Windsor Square

    North Central Phoenix’s premier historic neighborhood.Downtown-district-historic-homes-for-sale

  • Woodlea

    A wonderful neighborhood in the Melrose District near 7th Ave and Indian School.

  • Yaple Park

    A sweet historic neighborhood on the Grand Canal above Indian School Rd and 7th Ave.

We hope our articles on the historic Phoenix homes has been insightful. If you need more info, want to explore purchasing a historic Phoenix home or have one you want to sell, it would be our pleasure to help you. Give us a call at 602-749-2338 or email us at steve@thecanigliagroup.com.

Shelley Caniglia, Steve Caniglia & Erik Jensen
The Caniglia Group at Realty Executives

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