AS FEATURED IN THE NEW YORK TIMES ONLINE:
WOW! This is a town of hidden surprises; here’s one of them! This charming 1930’s home was part of an original homestead parcel and the main home of a working Phoenix Dairy.
Located at the very outskirts of town, this once remote location looks forward 80 years to become a rare find nestled in a convenient Biltmore area setting! And what a find: a well maintained 1930’s home completed with oak floors, Phoenix Brick and original windows, it also sports a wonderful 1950’s feel too with a large master suite addition, vintage tile and baths and mid-century kitchen.
You’ll find a home to remember too with an arboretum of large mature trees, half-acre plus irrigated lot, a swimming pool torn from the pages of House Beautiful, and a wealth of original details and charm!
The home offers a separate Guesthouse with storage, large service basement, 6-car covered carport, shared private rear entry court, and decades of well-maintained and continued original ownership. This home is new to the market and priced securely within comparable sales. If you’ve been l
VIEW THE NYT ARTICLE HERE:
Vintage Arizona Historic Home
Separate Guest home
Lush Private Landscape – Irrigated Lot
Hardwood Floors – Vintage Fireplace Hearth
Charming 1950’s Additions
Original Vintage Windows and Doors
Large Sparkling Pool
Quiet and Secluded lot
Superb Biltmore Location
Do Not Disturb the New Owners – Thanks!
Scott Jarson – 480.254.7510