ASHLAND PLACE- PHOENIX
Homes For Sale & For Rent In Historic Ashland Place, Phoenix
Most homes were built between 1923 and 1927. Homes along Ashland Avenue were built last, and here you will find some roomier ranch-style homes built as late as 1940.
Homebuyers could buy properties in the Ashland Place neighborhood on a payment plan, a somewhat new concept at the time, making these homes affordable for middle-class residents in Phoenix after the turn of the century.
Ashland Place was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1994.
Boundaries: Thomas Road South to East Oak Street; Central Avenue East to 3rd St
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