Pueblo Revival Architectural Home in Phx with History πŸ“œ, Charm and Craftsmanship!


Restored Pueblo Revival Compound in Phoenix, Arizona With Three adobe buildings, natural looking man-made creek From the Early 1900s

Listing of the day!

Hood: Phoenix, Arizona 85016 | 6737 N 20TH ST

411: 2 bedrooms & 3 bathrooms. 2,000 sf. Year built 1934, it was all a dream (Biggie Smalls voice) in 1926

Known as ”Rancho Arroyo” or ”Lucille’s Blessing”, this exquisitely restored property is on the National Register of Historic Places as a prime example of the early 20th Century Pueblo Revival architectural style. Originally constructed in 1926, the property consists of three adobe buildings: the main home, a guest cottage, and the garage. The buildings are nestled in an award-winning acre sized garden of desert cacti and succulents all hidden behind an unassuming gate. Rock and desert paths wind throughout this very private sanctuary which includes a rustic hand-hewn gazebo at the head of a natural looking man-made creek lined with desert flowers. Meticulously maintained, the home has been modernized mechanically while retaining its historic charm. This is authentic Arizona. More information on the home’s construction and history can be found in the National Register of Historic Places. This is a unique opportunity to own a private acre of old world Arizona and Sonoran Desert in the middle of town.

Listing is held with David E. Smith/Scott C. Smith Russ Lyon Sotheby’s International Realty Lyon

We are fascinated with the architecture. It does not get any cooler than this one! I think this would be the perfect Airbnb type property

Price 🏷️: $1,500,000

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