There are 35 Phoenix historic districts ranging in price from $75k to over $1mm. The rough boundaries are 19th Ave east to the 51 freeway, and the just south of the I-10 freeway north to Osborn. Since Phoenix is a young city and Arizona a fairly young state, having recently celebrated its Centennial in 2012, most of our historic homes were built between 1920 and the late 1940s. Built with unique architectural styles of the times including Tudors, Bungalows, Spanish, Mediterranean and Cottage style homes, these special homes are in high demand by a diverse group of people. Whether you’re a young person moving here from Chicago or New York and looking for the big city feel, a retired couple looking to downsize, a young couple looking for your first home, or a young family looking for the feel of “Mayberry”, the historic neighborhoods have something for everyone. Since 2000, we have seen a new renaissance in downtown with the construction of new condo and loft developments, lots of new restaurants and the completion of Light Rail to transport you throughout the city.