Tuesday, August 08, 2006

Ashland Place Historic District Info - Phoenix, AZ

Ashland Place Historic District was designated a Maricopa County Phoenix historic district in May of 1992. Its period of significance is 1920-1904. Generally located along Hoover, Vernon and Ashland Avenues between Central Avenue and Third Street, it is also known as Ashland Place Subdivision and is approximately 150 acres in size.

Ashland Place was built as a subdivision of Dwight B. Heard’s “Los Olivios” subdivision. Homes in this area consist of Bungalow and Period Revival built in the 1920's.

To search for homes in this historic Phoenix district, call Laura Boyajian today, aka, Laura B. at 602.400.0008 or you may visit her website at:

http://www.historiccentralphoenix.com

Also to search directly in the Ashland Place Historic District, click on:

http://www.historiccentralphoenix.com/ashland-place-historic-district-phoenix.html

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