Central Phoenix historic home originally built for Phoenix icon Arthur Luhrs asks $1.8M


Your chance to own a piece of Phoenix history; The original home was built for Arthur Luhrs, the (Luhrs family built the city’s first skyscraper buildings) in 1951. Who is Arthur Luhrs you ask?

Today, Phoenix is officially America’s sixth largest city with a population of more than one-and-a-half million people. When the city was incorporated in 1881 only 3,100 people called Phoenix home. During that amazing growth, the Luhrs family built the city’s first skyscraper buildings, which became architectural milestones for Arizona. Now reminders of the past, the Luhrs Building and Luhrs Tower once stood as beacons of the future. – http://www.azpbs.org/arizonastories/luhrs.htm.

Located at the 6000 block of Central Avenue at Central Ave & Bethany Home in North Central Phoenix. The 7 beds- 7.5 baths (6 beds & 6.5 baths in main house (6,640 sf)

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& full guest home (996 sf) 7,636 sf

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3 car garage, on 1.31 acres of prime real estate. The estate was being reconstructed and doubled in size in 1991 keeping its original charm intact from original floors in some rooms, to the bricks used, to the chandeliers, and more. Within the gates of this estate you will find exquisite grounds, outdoor entertaining areas, incl. patios, large pool area, spa & gazebo with built-in grill, office, and amazing craftsmanship throughout. The asking price this historic piece of property is $1,790,000.

The home is listed with Thomas Osterman of Realty Realty Executives.

Contact: Arizona Ultra-Luxury Real Estate seekers & concierge…

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