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Pierson Place is a midtown historic neighborhood with an urban vibe. This community was built from 1910 to 1956 with a grid street pattern, big streets, and a wide range of building types and architectural styles. The first high rise in Phoenix was built here, the 17-story Landmark Towers on Central, along with other multi-family complexes that were developed from the ’50s to ’60s. There are numerous types of architecture here, including Bungalow, Tudor Revival, Pueblo Revival, Spanish Colonial, Ranch style, French Provincial and Art Deco. Most of the homes were originally 1,000 square feet with 2 bedrooms and 1 bathroom. Many have been expanded to provide larger spaces and additions such as carports. Pierson Place offers single-family homes, duplexes, triplexes, fourplexes, and tower condos surrounded by a bustling urban environment. Below you’ll find historic homes for sale in the high-energy Pierson Place area.

Pierson Place historic neighborhood was built from 1910 - 1956.
Pierson Place historic neighborhood has single-family homes, duplexes, triplexes, quads, and condos.
Pierson Place historic neighborhood includes Bungalow, Tudor Revival, Pueblo Revival, Spanish Colonial, Ranch, French Provincial, & Art Deco homes.
Pierson Place homes have an average of 2-4 bedrooms, and 1-2 bathrooms.
Pierson Place homes originally had 1,000 sq. ft. and have been expanded.
Pierson Place historic district has an urban vibe, a mix of types of homes, is surrounded by the Grand Canal & Light Rail Stations.
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Pierson Place Architecture

Pierson Place has an open feeling with wide streets, no sidewalks and big lots. Due to its broad range of architectural styles, this area also has one of the most diverse selections of historic homes for sale in Phoenix. Its combination of single-family homes, high-rise condos, and other multi-family complexes ensures lots of variety for buyers.

Bungalow style architecture
Tudor Revival style architecture
Spanish Colonial style architecture
Pueblo Revival style architecture
French Provincial style architecture
Ranch Style Architecture
Art Deco style of architecture

Pierson Place Lifestyle

Pierson Place is a hot spot for renters and new home buyers. The area offers an urban environment and close proximity to the Grand Canal and light rail stations. It has the feel of a downtown neighborhood, while actually being conveniently located in Midtown Phoenix. You'll have all of the amenities you need, including those in nearby uptown, making this a wonderful place to live, work and play.

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Pierson Place Grand Canal access.
Pierson Place Lightrail access

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If you enjoy a balance of urban and suburban living, this area is highly desirable. There's a high-energy vibe along the main thoroughfares, where you'll find local businesses and amenities. But there's also an easy, laidback feeling on the residential streets. You can access the Valley Metro Rail on two sides of the neighborhood and get your steps in on the 12-mile Grand Canalscape trail system. It's also easy to travel around town with convenient access to freeways.

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