Bounded by Central Ave. and 3rd St, on Ashland, Vernon and Hoover
Ashland Place’s architecture is dominated by Bungalow and Period Revival styles. It was developed in the 1920’s when visionary leader Dwight B. Heard’s “Los Olivos” subdivision was re-subdivided due to the demand for smaller lots. Now, just steps from light rail and all the midtown restaurants, these moderately priced smaller homes generally range in price from the low $200s to the high $300s.
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Vicki @ 602-377-1571