Roosevelt is the pinnacle neighborhood of Downtown Phoenix. It was named the original “Streetcar” neighborhood and earned the title of Phoenix’s 1st historic district. This community was built from 1893 to 1930 in many stages. There are over 1,000 homes and architecture consists of Craftsman Bungalows, English Cottage Tudor Revivals, American Colonials, Spanish Colonials, Pueblo Revivals and Ranch styles. These are large homes built on narrow, deep lots. The average size is 1,700 to 3,000 square feet, with 3-4 bedrooms and several bathrooms. Most homes are grand Bungalows with large wrap-around porches, exquisite wood doors, glass door knobs, large closets, beautiful built-ins, wood ceiling beams and large attics, which can be converted into living spaces. Many also include impressive lawns, guest houses and classic street lamps. Find historic luxury homes and neighborhood condos in Roosevelt, Phoenix below.
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Roosevelt is the heart of upscale Downtown Living. The residents of Roosevelt are well-established, with many growing families of all ages. On weekends and holidays, there's a lot of activity and excitement in this area. You'll experience the best of downtown living near top-rated restaurants, the beautiful Japanese Garden, Margaret T. Hatcher Park, festivals, Roosevelt Row, First Friday Art Walks, and more.
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The classic beautiful streets lined with grand houses, attractive brick townhomes and luxury condos are eye-catching. The streets are quite shady, which is a benefit in summertime. Mature palms, sweet olive trees and other foliage are prevalent throughout the area. Access to numerous amenities and local events like First Friday Art Walks make this a very popular location.