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The Garfield neighborhood is a colorful community that brings character, art and fun to Downtown Phoenix. This community was built from 1883-1942 as one of the first additions to the original Phoenix townsite. The establishment of the streetcar there brought on the development of these homes. There are 769 houses built in a variety of architectural styles, including Bungalow, Spanish Colonial, Victorian Queen Anne, French Provincial, American Colonial and Pueblo Revival. The average home here has 2-3 bedrooms with 1-2 bathrooms. On average they’re sized from 800 to 1,800 square feet. The streets have a truly eclectic feel and are peppered with shops, restaurants, art galleries and parks. Scroll down to see historic homes for sale in the Garfield neighborhood. 

Garfield historic neighborhood was built from 1883 - 1942.
Garfield historic neighborhood has 769 homes & multi-family homes.
Garfield has eclectic architecture including Bungalow, Spanish Colonial, Victorian Queen Anne, French Provincial, & Pueblo Revival.
Garfield homes have an average of 2-3 bedrooms and 1-2 bathrooms.
Garfield homes on average have 800-1,800 square feet.
Garfield historic neighborhood has colorful murals, community hang-outs, and is near all of Downtown.
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Garfield Architecture

Garfield has one of the widest ranges of architectural styles that you will find in Phoenix. These homes are full of character, with unique original features and creative touches added by community members. Many of the most artsy homes for sales in Phoenix can be found in this historic district.

Bungalow style architecture
Spanish Colonial style architecture
Victorian Queen Anne style architecture
French Provincial style architecture
Pueblo Revival style architecture

Garfield Lifestyle

Garfield is a strong, energetic community with lots of personality. From unique shops and restaurants to art galleries, classes and a community garden, it's an interesting place to live. You'll love hanging out in the neighborhood, while also having all of Downtown Phoenix at your fingertips. Arizona State University and the University of Arizona are right next door, which is an added bonus if you're a student or teacher. 

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This colorful community offers fun, friendship and convenience. The lifestyle here is laid back, creative and adventurous. With so much of what you need at your fingertips, you can live your best life and take advantage of everything the city has to offer. 

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