EARLL PLACE HISTORIC DISTRICT
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Earll Place Historic District Highlights
The Earll Place Historic District is located northeast of the major intersection at Thomas Road and 16th Street in central Phoenix. At the time of its development, this area was on the edge of the developed core of Phoenix, in an area dominated by agriculture but which was rapidly becoming developed.
The Earll Place subdivision as recorded with Maricopa County in 1927 stretched from 16th Street to 18th Street, and was bounded by the alley north of Earll Drive and Pinchot Avenue. The exception was that lots along 16th Street (excluded from the district) were oriented to that thoroughfare. Alleys were included to service the rear of each lot. Following the typical practice of the day, the lots are narrow but deep; these were considered “standard city lots.” The district is populated by 41 one-story single-family residential properties, many of which have guest houses, detached rental units, garages, or other outbuildings.
Architectural styles represented in the Earll Place Historic District are predominantly these popular during the 1927-1930 development period, although secondary development between 1935 and 1942 also occurred. Styles represented in the first development period include the Bungalow Style and Period Revival variants, including the Spanish Colonial Revival, English Tudor Revival, and the Southwest Styles. Thirty-four of the homes in the district represent the first period of development. Styles of the secondary development include primarily California Ranch. Homes of the secondary developmental period number eight. One property in the district was redeveloped in 1979.
The overall condition of the properties in the neighborhood is good. Most homes are well-maintained. The majority of the homes are unaltered or have minor alterations such as window replacements, or in some cases exterior sheathing such as stucco applied over earlier brick. As a whole, the neighborhood retains its historic appearance from its period of development.
The overall condition of the properties in the neighborhood is good. Most homes are well-maintained. The majority of the homes are unaltered or have minor alterations such as window replacements, or in some cases exterior sheathing such as stucco applied over earlier brick.
Information courtesy of National Register of Historic Places, United States Department of the Interior.
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