This charming 2 Bedroom 1 Bath home in the Coronado Historic District is perfect for you! This home is nestled behind a street facing home and features beautiful wood flooring throughout with plenty of space to entertain outside with a covered patio and spacious shared yard. Recently updated kitchen has plenty of room for a dinning space and with the newly installed shelves plenty of space for dishes and glass wear. Home also features private washer and dryer and a private backyard space. Check it out!
THE CORONADO NEIGHBORHOOD: Phoenix Magazine ranked the Coronado Historic District as the hottest neighborhood in the Valley.
Coronado is known for smaller homes, usually with two bedrooms and one bath. The average bungalow has a small footprint, averaging about 1,000 square feet, and sometimes as small as 700 square feet - sustainable living at its best! There is often more to Coronado than meets the eye. Ample backyards may host a permaculture garden, a flock of chickens, or a state-of-the-art addition that quietly hides behind a traditional Territorial in front.
Coronado is home to one of the largest city parks, Coronado Park, with tennis, basketball, a lighted baseball field (kickball anyone?), and a community pool with a water slide (Weee!) Students from across the city come to North High School's competitive and highly recognized International Baccalaureate program. Coronado is home to restored 1920 Bungalows and 1940 Ranches, many are showcased in the annual Coronado Home Tour and street fair, which is getting bigger every year. Great restaurant choices are The Main Ingredient on 7th Street, the five-star Barrio Cafe, and Tuck Shop at the end of the street!
Being outside, sitting under a wide shady porch is popular and may be why everyone in Coronado seems to know each other. Drive, walk, or bike down one of the streets lined with restored historic homes and friendly neighbors to feel the community pride and unique energy of this central Phoenix community
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