The Coronado Historic District is one of the larger historic districts in Phoenix, covering about 1-1/2 square miles and including about 5,000 homes. Coronado contains an interesting mix of architectural styles. Small to medium-sized Tudor, Craftsman, and ranch houses, built from about 1920 to 1940, are predominant. Houses often include a freestanding garage out back with matching architectural details. During the Great Depression, many residents converted their garage into an apartment, moved in, and rented their home. Today the neighborhood, which was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1986, is drawing a younger, arts-oriented population. Each spring, residents show off their homes—and often their DIY handiwork—during an annual house tour and community festival.  call 480-229-8483

Coronado Historic District

Coronado Historic District

5 Responses to Coronado

  1. Nancy Maty says:

    My daughter and her fiance’ want to see what is available in historic homes. I am sure they are working with someone that sells in that area. I’m just the nosey mom and like to see what is available also. You don’t need to send me stuff or call unless you have a particular question. Thank you,Nancy

    • pollym says:

      Hi Nancy,

      Thank you for the email. There are quite a few historic homes for sale in downtown Phoenix and also in the professor district in Tempe.

      I am happy to send what is available and please have your daughter contact me if they would like my assistance.


  2. Nancy Maty says:

    Looking forward seeing hat is out there in the next few months.

  3. Nancy Maty says:

    How many comments do you want????

  4. Alan Bowman says:

    Looking for a house in Roosevelt, Encanto and such to lease. two people.
    Prefer these historic districts. One Golden Retriever. Two bedrooms or more.

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