This warm & charming Vernacular Ranch is located in a cul-de-sac in the much sought after Willo historic district. Loaded with charm and ambiance: the feel of an era gone by, yet with modern conveniences. The formal entry hosts a coat closet. The living room has a large picture window which floods the room with light. Coved ceilings and hardwood floors are featured. There is an arch leading into a formal dining room, which has a lovely window. The kitchen is updated with tile flooring, oak cabinets, dishwasher and granite countertops. There is a lovely alcove which is perfect for a small table and eat-in capability. Off the kitchen is a laundry room and access to a small patio and large back yard with garage and storage shed. The bathroom is completely updated with a gorgeous huge tiled shower and new tile floors. The two bedrooms have windows and loads of natural light. The Willo neighborhood is a modern name for a series of neighborhoods that grew North between 1910 and 1937. Prior to the 1900's, the neighborhood was primarily agriculture and owned by James P. Holcomb. Development began around the turn of the century when the neighborhood was still considered an outlying area. Though around 1911 most of the area was farms and open fields. The Phoenix Railway Company added the Kennilworth line to serve residents who had built homes on the West side of Central Avenue. This assisted in the continued development of Willo in the 1920's and 1930's when the majority of the neighborhood was subdivided. During this period, two-thirds of the area was annexed prior to 1930 and the rest by 1937. Great location, close to museums, restaurants, transportation and the Central library. All figs/meas are appx walk score 56, Bike score 63
Listing courtesy of The Melcher Agency. Selling Office: HomeSmart.
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