Margarita Place

Margarita Place is one of the 35 designated historic districts in Phoenix AZ. Unlike many of its sisters, Margarita Place Historic district is comprised of only one subdivision. Approximately 1/2 of the homes in are early or transitional ranch style homes. This is the norm for historic districts platted in the late 20’s. Two-thirds of the homes in were built by 1943, with a  number of them in 1941-42. Margarita Place offers affordable historic living. Since it is located a bit north of the downtown core and several blocks off the Metro Light Rail, it will likely stay priced a bit lower than other districts that feature similar revival style homes. The homes are generally well sized, averaging about 1600 sq.ft.. If you are fortunate you can find a Tudor, Spanish, or Monterrey revival style home versus the more common ranch style homes found in the northern historic districts. Also, you have wonderful access to Encanto Park and Golf Course.  call 480-229-8483

Margarita Place home

Margarita Place



5 Responses to Margarita Place

  1. cindy says:

    My husband may be accepting a job at Banner Hospital in Phoenix this month.

    We are coming from Chicago and may either need to rent or find a home within
    the next month or so if he accepts the position.

    We like the historical areas but do not want to spend more than 225,000 if possible.

    What area would be close by and in a good and safe area of Phoenix?

    Thanks CIndy

    • pollym says:

      Hi Cindy,
      Thank you for the inquiry. I will send what is available for sale and lease in the Historic areas that you inquired about. I will have a chance to do that mid morning and then we can discuss the best option for you.


  2. Mark Harn says:

    I am looking for a small rental w/garage. It would be for one person. I lived in Willow But that may be a little out of my price range. A Mother in laws House?
    I look forward to speaking to you.
    Best regards Mark

  3. patrice bass says:

    Hi my husband and I are relocating to Phoenix. I would like to have a house with an attached studio. I am moving my art studio to Phoenix from San Diego. Are you familiar with the art districts in Phoenix?

    • pollym says:

      Yes I am familiar with the arts district in Phoenix. It is very popular and is having a resurgence! I will send what is available in the area.


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