Charming Coronado Historic District Area

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  • Area: Coronado Historic Area
  • Architecture: Unknown
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This remodeled 1930’s red brick bungalow in Historic Coronado area is a nice example of the diverse historic homes found within this location. Hardwood floors throughout the living room, bathroom finished with travertine stone, many original architectural features including built in ironing board, built in book case and coved ceilings.

This really is a fortunate find: Great condition with enclosed porch – a classic vintage charmer and a prime example of a red brick bungalow near the Coronado Historic District. Spacious and versatile floorplan too. All the woodwork in the living room, cabinets and windows appear to be the originals. Complete remodeled kitchen with granite tile counter tops and brand new appliances. What a comfortable house to enjoy in downtown Phoenix!

Note: Coronado was one of Phoenix’s first “suburbs” and it had it’s own trolley line to take area residences to their “downtown” workplaces. The tracks are rumored to still be there, lying as a record of what should have been maintained, under just a few inches of blacktop…