The Earll Place historic neighborhood was a part of the economic boom in Phoenix in the 1920s. Built from 1927 into the 1930s, it has an eclectic mix of Tudor Revival, Spanish Colonial, Pueblo Revival, Bungalow and Ranch homes. The average house here has 2-4 bedrooms and 1-3 bathrooms. These homes were originally 1,000 square feet, but many have had large additions. Homes in Earll Place include authentic features like original hardwood floors, high coved ceilings, fireplaces, and gorgeous built-in cabinets and drawers that provide lots of storage. The neighborhood’s founder also capitalized on the growing popularity of cars, so homes here include detached 1-2 car garages as well. Scroll down to see historic homes for sale in the Earll Place, Phoenix area.
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Earll Place Lifestyle
Earll Place is centrally located in Midtown Phoenix and offers quick access to the SR 51 freeway, so you can get anywhere in Phoenix in a matter of minutes. It's also located near Camelback and Indian School Roads, where you'll find many of the area's hottest restaurants, shops, parks and nightlife.
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You can find a private haven here in Earll Place. Stepping inside these homes with their beautiful features and additions will impress you. The fun and convenient location is also a win for anyone who needs to pop around Phoenix easily.