Historic Hidden GEM-Willo District

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Historic Hidden GEM-Willo District

HOUSE

2125 sq. ft.

Sleeps

10

Bedrooms

3

Bathrooms

2

Pets

Not Allowed

Location

Phoenix, AZ, US


Short Description:

NEW! Urban Tudor Revival Willo District w Charming Yard, Local Artists Works, Great Walking Paths!


Overview

WELCOME TO WILLO DISTRICT! Located in one of Arizona's Most Iconic cities. This one-of-a-kind home offers stunning curb appeal with a charming inner courtyard! This well-preserved Historical Home is a real treat. Inside you'll find amazing art that has been collected from art fairs all over the Northwest and Southwest artists. The floorplan offers a spacious layout with large rooms that flow together perfectly. Great kitchen with stone counters & stainless-steel appliances. Remodeled bathrooms with walk-in showers & an amazing soaking tub within the owner's suite. Outside you'll enjoy a HUGE covered patio that's perfect for outdoor living & entertaining.

This home includes:

• 3 Bedrooms, 2 Bathrooms
• Sleeps 10 Comfortably
• Soaking Tub
• CDC Cleaning Protocol
• Charming Fenced in backyard
• High Speed WiFi
• Inner Courtyard seating
• Fully Stocked Kitchen
• Brand New Appliances
• Outdoor Lounge Areas
• Outdoor Grill
• Luxury Furnishings
• Luxury Hotel Quality Linens and Towels
• Smart TV's
• Washer and Dryer In-Unit
• Family Friendly
• Driveway and Street Parking


Space:

Very cool space with amazing art throughout purchased at art fairs in the Northwest and Southwest area.


Neighborhood:

Nestled in the very heart of urban Phoenix, Willo was once the epitome of suburbia – a collection of subdivisions on the outskirts of the small, but thriving metropolis of Phoenix. The Willo neighborhood between 7th and Central Avenues can be divided into two sections. J. P. Holcomb used a Homestead Patent in 1878 to acquire and settle the southern portion of Willo between Encanto Blvd. and McDowell. Mr. Holcomb acquired the northern portion, between Thomas Rd. and Encanto Blvd. in 1886 through a Timber Culture Land Patent.

For the next 20 years or so, the land was primarily for agricultural purposes and lay on the outskirts of town. In the early 1900’s, four subdivisions were platted, containing home sites with long narrow lots. In the early 1920s, Home Builders, a residential construction firm, built 41 homes in the Bungalow style. During the mid to late 1920s Phoenix, like the rest of the West, experienced tremendous growth and a building boom.

1920-1930 Development
Standards were set for residential construction, and “exhibition houses” (now called model homes) were developed to market the new construction. Most of the building activity in Willo during this period occurred in the N. Kenilworth and Broadmoor subdivisions, and included a “Spanish Rancho Home” exhibition house.

During the 1930’s the Period Revival movement brought tremendous variety in architectural styles, including Tudor Revival, Greek Revival, American Colonial Revival, Spanish Colonial Revival and Pueblo Revival. However, the Depression brought construction to a near standstill.


Transit:

You can hop right on the Rail system that will take you from the airport to the neighborhood and Uber around town.


Notes:

Bella Palazzo is the Valley's premier Hospitality Management Company serving Arizona and beyond since 2001. We ensure intuitive quality service, an easy check in/out process with genuine Hospitality. At Bella Palazzo, we exclusively use luxury linens and towels along with the lavish amenities, and Concierge Services you would expect from a Five-Star Spa & Resort.

Our Travel Protection Insurance is offered to protect your vacation investment up to 100% Please inquire after the booking process is complete.

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