If you’re considering a purchase of one of the homes for sale in Phoenix Crown Heights you’re in the right place. If you’re thinking about selling your Crown Heights house go here to get your Crown Heights Market Report. make living in Phoenix an outdoor paradise. Hikers, bikers, and runners all have access to nature trails. These single level homes were built between the years of 1956 and the early seventies. Roughly 10 of these homes have a second level and are significantly larger than the average 1,700 square feet.
Due to the popularity of the zip code, several of these homes are turning over and have had modest additions and completely remodel work completed. The available records show that Allied, Dorwood, and Laird built the bulk of these ranch-style dwellings.
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Pardon my pun, but the “Crown” Jewel of the neighborhood has to be Granada Park. There is a pair of lakes and lots of green grass for enjoying sports, a picnic, or just a nice spot to nap on a sunny Arizona Sunday morning. The hiking trails in the Piestewa Peak recreation area offer endless outing opportunities. The freeway access is a one minute drive, which makes getting to work, the airport, or anywhere in the Valley super easy.
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If you’d like to get in on the fix and flip scene or just redo your own digs, then, by all means, Crown Heights is affordable, and well-located community to do it in. Let’s explore those ideas. The first step is to find the right property at the right price. Then, start catching up on those “how to” tv shows like Flipping out, Flip or Flop, Fixer Upper, Property Brothers, and House Hunters. It’s amazing what a few ideas plus some great contractors can do with one of these projects. Ready? Me too. Just send me a text or call at (480) 558-3843 to get a time and a place on the books to meet up and talk about your real estate ideas.