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Homestead Tract 1930s Adobe Homes

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Homestead Tract 1930s Adobe Homes - Backyard View

Unique Hand-built 19370′s Adobe homes can be found in the in Phoenix Homestead Historic District. Phoenix Homestead has significant historical merit that speaks of a time when hand built homes and communal gardens made owning your own home a reality. To this day, it’s as if time has stood still.

Homestead Tract 1930s Adobe Homes - Garden View

Most of these homes offer near-perfect scale and balance of proportion. Many of these structures, including the one featured were designed by Robert Evans.

To Learn More about Architect Robert Evans, who had a hand in these homes, follow these links:

http://www.lib.az.us/awhof/women/evans.cfm
http://www.tempe.gov/historicpres/EisendrathHouse.htm

http://www.waltlockley.com/resorts/jokake.htm Some home still exist in Homestead. featuring the original “sod” roofs. A great bit of history, mostly well preserved! [Property Details]

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  1. This is a beautiful home and the photos are great, looks like the remodel was tastefully done. I just did some in-depth exploration of this neighborhood. It’s quite extraordinary what wonderful places are hidden behing the main drags of Phoenix.

  2. Jan Wolfe says:

    I purchased this home about five years ago and have made many improvements. For pics please see my photos on Facebook, Landscape album.

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