East Evergreen

East Evergreen is among the city’s oldest neighborhoods, with roots dating to 1887 when it was part of a larger residential subdivision called the Central Place tract. Developers subdivided East Evergreen in 1909 and lined the smallish neighborhood with homes through the 1920s. Today, the neighborhood blends the past with the present. Craftsman-style Bungalows with deep front lawns and broad welcoming porches line Willetta and Lynwood between 7th Street and 3rd, many on a generous 1/3rd acre. Inside, you can expect to find somewhere between 900 and 3500 square feet of beautiful workmanship: polished wood trim, built-ins, hardwood floors. Some overlook the small Townsend Park just off McDowell Road. The 1911 McClintock home is still standing, set off with a marker showing its status as a national historic site. East evergreen also has modern town homes averaging around 1200 square feet. The Willetta Grand offers a hybrid of old and new: apartment-flat style town homes with wood floors and French doors. The block-and-glass Willetta 9 or Evergreen 9 have open layouts spanning three stories of polished concrete floors and exposed beams. call 480-229-8483

East evergreen home

East Evergreen Historic District

One Response to East Evergreen

  1. Gina Seideman says:

    Looking for a historic home to buy.

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