Exclusive Sneak Peek of our New Encanto Palmcroft Listing Presented to our Metro Members
Before it formally goes on the market…
Home Listings are selling fast so we are letting you see our new Encanto Palmcroft listing before it hits the market.
OPEN HOUSE TODAY, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 2018 FROM 11-3 PM.
ENCHANTING ENCANTO PALMCROFT HOME NEAR ENCANTO PARK
WELL APPOINTED FEATURES
With many well-appointed features, this home has been meticulously remodeled with upgrades.
Not to mention, the imported Italian porcelain throughout, the dimmable recessed LED lighting and an under-mount sink. Cooking with your double convection ovens, and serving your meals at the eating nook, is perfect for the busy family, In the dining room, the original built-ins add character to the home.
In addition to all of these features, there is a built out mudroom with a sink and wall to wall storage.
COMFORTABLE OUTDOOR SPACE
While providing shade for the home, the 100-foot trees also elevate the curb appeal. Moreover, the French doors lead you outside to a picturesque covered patio surrounded by string lights. The mature landscape includes cumquat and rosemary.
The Encanto Palmcroft Neighborhood
Dating back to 1927, Encanto Palmcroft is a pocket of 330 homes situated along the 222-acre Encanto Park and is near the best restaurants, cafes, and nightlife in Downtown Phoenix.
Midtown Phoenix is known by a number of names, among them “Central Corridor”. Due to the growing array of businesses, residences, restaurants, and hangouts, this financial district has been quietly growing for years. Home to notable landmarks such as Park Central Mall, St. Joseph’s Hospital, One Lexington condominiums, and Steele Indian School Park.
Although Midtown may not receive as much press as the city core does, it thrives in its understated cool. The growing array of businesses, residences, restaurants and hangouts, help make Encanto Palmcroft the area to live and work.
The light rail line flows seamlessly through the heart of the district, Central Avenue, running straight up the middle. The boundaries of this district differ depending on to whom you talk. The absolute core is at Central Avenue and Thomas Road. Banks, law offices, communications companies and more occupy the high-rise buildings.
It’s generally accepted that McDowell Road is the southern boundary of the area. Encompassing the often-coined “Museum District” between McDowell and Thomas (home to the Heard Museum and Phoenix Art Museum), this is Midtown.
For more information, please contact Dennis at 602.315.9292 or [email protected]