COUNTRY CLUB PARK HISTORIC DISTRICT
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Country Club Park Historic District Highlights
Country Club Park’s history begins in 1888 when Charles Orme filed a homestead patent that included this area. Orme sold it six months later to Thomas Pemberton and it remained in his family until 1918 when a Du Pont family heiress, Ecutheria L. Du Pont, purchased it. She subsequently sold the 30 acres east of Dayton to the city for the North High School site in 1937.
In 1939, the Aetna Investment Corporation (the original Country Club Park developers) purchased the parcel. A prime site for new building under FHA standards, the design contained curved, non-through streets, three-way intersections, and a 2 ½ acre park in the center. Half of the lots were developed prior to World War II, usually with simple Ranch style homes (the prototype for FHA construction). By early 1942, the subdivision construction slowed due to war-time building restrictions. The Eureka Investment Company took over the development of Country Club Park shortly after and hired the local architectural firm of Lescher and Mahoney, charging them to honor the FHA uniformity guidelines. By 1946, the subdivision was complete. Ninety-seven percent of the homes are one-story ranch, although you will find a few International style.
Here you can view all the homes and real estate for sale in the Country Club Park historic district located in Phoenix, Arizona. Listings are updated daily from data we receive from the Arizona Regional Multiple Listing Service. Search detailed real estate info, see pictures of the neighborhood, community info, and new listings in Country Club Park. To learn more about any of these homes or to receive custom notifications when a new property is listed for sale, use the contact form or give us a call at 602-525-9964.
Designated: January 1993
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Country Club Park Historic District is bounded by Thomas Road to the north and Virginia Avenue to the south, and Dayton to Eighth streets west/east.
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