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    301 W Oregon Avenue

    Phoenix, AZ 85013
    • $689,000
    • STATUS: Active
    • ON SITE: 19 days
    • MLS #: 6079556
    Open House
    $689,000
    • 3
      BEDS
    • 0.23
      ACRES
    • 2
      BATHS
    • 0
      1/2 BATHS
    • 1,978
      SQFT
    • $348
      $/SQFT
    Neighborhood:
    Type:
    Single-Family Home
    Built:
    1937
    County:
    Area:

    School Information

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    Middle School:
    High School:

    Description

    WOW! 1937 North Central Historic Adobe: award-winning, fully renovated, listed on National Register of Historic Places! Top-to-bottom restoration: upgraded w/newer roof, electrical, plumbing and landscape updates. Original restored doors, millwork, ceilings, hardware. Fully updated kitchen and baths offer period style. Split master suite w/en-suite bath/walk-in closet; Hall bath includes vintage style lighting, cabinets, tile, shower. Kitchen features freestanding vintage-like gas range/oven, new cabinetry, stone counters, farm sink, great light! Red concrete floors. Generous yard on north/south corner lot w/room for garage/casita. Entry porch for old school charm! Desert plantings w/grass back for play. Home selected to receive Preservation award! Move-in ready piece of Phx history! MOREThis award-winning, fully renovated, adobe home is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Featuring a top-to-bottom restoration, the home is a piece of Phoenix history! Located in the Medlock Place Historic District, the Stuart House was built in 1937 and has been in the original family until recently. Completely restored and upgraded, the home offers a recently updated roof, electrical, plumbing and landscape upgrades. The original redwood surfaces, including doors, millwork, ceilings, trim and hardware, were restored and maintained with the home. The exposed adobe block was stabilized on the exterior and now features an authentic era-appropriate stucco finish. With a complete update, this historic Adobe home is ready to move-in and enjoy! The house, listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 2006, is considered historically significant as a contributor to the Medlock Place Historic District. It is also on the Phoenix Historic Property Register. This significant home was selected to receive a 2020 Governor's Heritage Preservation Honor Award in recognition of the quality and dedication to the restoration efforts made by the Sellers. The sellers installed a recently updated new roof, tankless gas hot water heater, landscape watering system, recently updated HVAC, upgrades to the electrical system that included a replacement electrical service panel, additional wiring and lighting, new sewer line to the street for the Master Suite and kitchen. Fully renovated kitchen and baths offer period style and, where replaced, the water lines feature copper and "PEX" supply. Most electrical outlets have been "grounded," an upgrade not typical for vintage homes. The split master suite offers direct access to the patio, en-suite bath and walk in closet, all much to today's standards. The hall bath includes vintage-inspired lighting, cabinets, tile and shower, while the kitchen features a freestanding vintage-style gas fired Italian range/oven, historically inspired cabinetry, farm-style sink and abundant natural light. "Encaustic" style, vintage-pattered tile adorns backsplashes and details. The original red concrete floors, scored to mimic tile, have been restored and the interior adobe walls now feature a "plaster" style painted finish. The redwood ceilings were sanded and scraped to the original natural wood. Original interior doors include vintage hardware and the steel casement windows were restored and maintained for authenticity. This home offers a generous yard on a corner lot with perfect north/south exposure. The courtyard embraces the yard for a sense of shelter and intimacy. The rear yard has the potential to be for flood-irrigated and offers room for gardens, citrus, pool and more. The home is wrapped with generous overhangs and a center court wooden "arboleda" completes the connection for home to outdoors. In the front, a north-facing covered porch connects you to the street and desert adapted plantings make this home water efficient. The site offers room for garage, shop or casita. A garage plan is included with the sale. Not often do we find a historic home remodeled to such detail. A wonderful find, we do not expect this home to last long o the market! Call us today to arrange a private showing. MORE HISTORY ON THE HOME: The E. Stuart Howard House was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 2006 is considered historically significant as a contributor to the Medlock Place Historic District. It is also on the Phoenix Historic Property Register. After serving in WWI in France, Edward Stuart Howard, Jr. moved to Phoenix in 1926 and married Frances in June 1930, setting roots at this home on Oregon Avenue in late 1937. Though it is unclear who designed the home, according to family members, Mexican laborers built the house, and construction of the home likely began shortly after the purchase of the lot. Final work was still underway late that year when a local real estate agent used it as a model while selling lots in the South Orangewood subdivision. The home remained virtually unmodified under the ownership of family members until 2018.

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    301 W Oregon Avenue Phoenix, AZ 85013

    • Price: $689,000
    • Status: Active
    • MLS #: 6079556
    3
    Beds
    2
    Baths
    0
    ½ Baths
    0.23
    Acres
    1,978
    SQFT
    $348
    $/SQFT
    1937
    Built
    Neighborhood:
    South Orangewood
    County:
    Maricopa
    Area:
    Phoenix
    Elementary School:
    Madison Richard Simis School
    Middle School:
    Madison Meadows School
    High School:
    Central High School
    School District:
    038 - Madison Elementary District
    Property Description
    WOW! 1937 North Central Historic Adobe: award-winning, fully renovated, listed on National Register of Historic Places! Top-to-bottom restoration: upgraded w/newer roof, electrical, plumbing and landscape updates. Original restored doors, millwork, ceilings, hardware. Fully updated kitchen and baths offer period style. Split master suite w/en-suite bath/walk-in closet; Hall bath includes vintage style lighting, cabinets, tile, shower. Kitchen features freestanding vintage-like gas range/oven, new cabinetry, stone counters, farm sink, great light! Red concrete floors. Generous yard on north/south corner lot w/room for garage/casita. Entry porch for old school charm! Desert plantings w/grass back for play. Home selected to receive Preservation award! Move-in ready piece of Phx history! MOREThis award-winning, fully renovated, adobe home is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Featuring a top-to-bottom restoration, the home is a piece of Phoenix history! Located in the Medlock Place Historic District, the Stuart House was built in 1937 and has been in the original family until recently. Completely restored and upgraded, the home offers a recently updated roof, electrical, plumbing and landscape upgrades. The original redwood surfaces, including doors, millwork, ceilings, trim and hardware, were restored and maintained with the home. The exposed adobe block was stabilized on the exterior and now features an authentic era-appropriate stucco finish. With a complete update, this historic Adobe home is ready to move-in and enjoy! The house, listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 2006, is considered historically significant as a contributor to the Medlock Place Historic District. It is also on the Phoenix Historic Property Register. This significant home was selected to receive a 2020 Governor's Heritage Preservation Honor Award in recognition of the quality and dedication to the restoration efforts made by the Sellers. The sellers installed a recently updated new roof, tankless gas hot water heater, landscape watering system, recently updated HVAC, upgrades to the electrical system that included a replacement electrical service panel, additional wiring and lighting, new sewer line to the street for the Master Suite and kitchen. Fully renovated kitchen and baths offer period style and, where replaced, the water lines feature copper and "PEX" supply. Most electrical outlets have been "grounded," an upgrade not typical for vintage homes. The split master suite offers direct access to the patio, en-suite bath and walk in closet, all much to today's standards. The hall bath includes vintage-inspired lighting, cabinets, tile and shower, while the kitchen features a freestanding vintage-style gas fired Italian range/oven, historically inspired cabinetry, farm-style sink and abundant natural light. "Encaustic" style, vintage-pattered tile adorns backsplashes and details. The original red concrete floors, scored to mimic tile, have been restored and the interior adobe walls now feature a "plaster" style painted finish. The redwood ceilings were sanded and scraped to the original natural wood. Original interior doors include vintage hardware and the steel casement windows were restored and maintained for authenticity. This home offers a generous yard on a corner lot with perfect north/south exposure. The courtyard embraces the yard for a sense of shelter and intimacy. The rear yard has the potential to be for flood-irrigated and offers room for gardens, citrus, pool and more. The home is wrapped with generous overhangs and a center court wooden "arboleda" completes the connection for home to outdoors. In the front, a north-facing covered porch connects you to the street and desert adapted plantings make this home water efficient. The site offers room for garage, shop or casita. A garage plan is included with the sale. Not often do we find a historic home remodeled to such detail. A wonderful find, we do not expect this home to last long o the market! Call us today to arrange a private showing. MORE HISTORY ON THE HOME: The E. Stuart Howard House was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 2006 is considered historically significant as a contributor to the Medlock Place Historic District. It is also on the Phoenix Historic Property Register. After serving in WWI in France, Edward Stuart Howard, Jr. moved to Phoenix in 1926 and married Frances in June 1930, setting roots at this home on Oregon Avenue in late 1937. Though it is unclear who designed the home, according to family members, Mexican laborers built the house, and construction of the home likely began shortly after the purchase of the lot. Final work was still underway late that year when a local real estate agent used it as a model while selling lots in the South Orangewood subdivision. The home remained virtually unmodified under the ownership of family members until 2018.
    Exterior Features

    Architecture Territorial/Santa Fe Carport Spaces 0.00 Construction AdobeFrame - Wood Construction Finish Other (See Remarks) Covered Parking Spaces 0.00 Dwelling Styles Detached Exterior Features Covered Patio(S)Gazebo/RamadaPatio Fencing WireWood Fencing1 WireWood Garage Spaces 0.00 Landscaping Auto Timer H2o BackAuto Timer H2o FrontDesert FrontGrass BackIrrigation BackYrd Wtring Sys BackYrd Wtring Sys Front Pool None Pool Private No Pool Property Description Corner LotNat Reg Historic HmsNorth/South Exposure Roofing Comp Shingle Slab Parking Spaces 3.00 Spa None

    Interior Features

    Additional Bedroom Othr Bdr Walkin ClstSeparate Bdrm Exit Basement YN No Bedrooms Plus 3.00 Cooling Ceiling Fan(S)Programmable ThmstatRefrigeration Dining Area Breakfast RoomDining in Lr/Gr Fireplace 1 FireplaceFireplace Family Rm Flooring ConcreteTile Heating Electric Heat Interior Features No Interior Steps Interior Levels 1 Kitchen Features DishwasherDisposalGranite CountertopsPantryRange/Oven GasRefrigerator Laundry Wshr/Dry Hookup Only Master Bathroom 3/4 Bath Master Bdrm Master Bedroom Downstairs Other Rooms Great Room Plumbing Gas Hot Wtr - TnklssTankless Ht Wtr Heat Separate Den Office No Sq Ft Range 1801 - 2000 Technology Cable Tv AvailHighspd Intrnt Aval

    Property Features

    Assoc Rules Info None Association Fee Incl No Fees Builder Name Fix Design Build Llc Cap Imprv Impact Fee 0 Community Features Historic DistrictNear Light Rail Stop Cross Street Central Ave And Camelback Road Dwelling Type Single Family - Detached Hoa YN N Horses N Land Lease Fee YN No New Financing CashConventionalVa Ownership Fee Simple Pad Fee YN No Rec Center N Services City Services Sewer Sewer - Public Source Lot Sq Ft County Assessor Source Sq Ft Architect Special Listing Conditions N/A Tax Municipality Phoenix Tax Year 2019 Taxes 1463.00 Total Monthly Fee Equiv 0.00 Utilities ApsSw Gas Water City Water

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