Villa Verde Historic District of Phoenix

Villa Verde's homes were designed, built and sold by the same man, Frank B. Wallace. His concept was for an "English-cottage neighborhood," with no two homes alike. There are many architectural styles to be found in Villa Verde, but they all have the same charm and attention to detail. In fact, many of the cozy homes built between 1928 and 1940 look like they came from a Lionel train set.
Architectural Styles
Period Revivals including English Cottage/Tudor, Cotswald, Cape Cod, Spanish Colonia and Southwest Style. Transitional/Early Ranch
Alley north of Monte Vista to Alley South of Granada roads, 19th to 20th Avenues
Period of Significance
1928 – 1945
Historic Designation
January 1999

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  • 1911 W Palm Lane Phoenix, AZ 85009
    1911 W Palm Lane
    Phoenix, AZ 85009
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Listing information last updated on January 31st, 2019 at 12:01pm MST.
100 W Portland, Suite 106, Phoenix, AZ 85003

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