Get swept away in the rich history of this 1938 Pueblo Revival in historic Del Norte next to Encanto Park. This Southwestern estate style home has been thoughtfully restored and remodeled to perfection. The newly designed kitchen, welcomes guests right off the formal entry with new quartz countertops, semi-custom two tone cabinetry, Viking fridge, Z-line 6-burner gas range, farmhouse style sink and large island with prep sink. This grand home was once two separate homes- joined together 50 years ago to create a formal entry, entertainers kitchen and walkways adjoining the two structures. The East side of the home has 3 beds, 1 bath and living/dining room, while the West side of the home has 2 beds, 1 bath, family room and breakfast nook (5bed, 2 bath total), creating a horseshoe shapethat surrounds the backyard. Rear yard has large grassy area, expansive patio, mature shade tree, gardeners dream area with raised garden beds, and a 378sqft storage/workshop. This is truly one of the most unique homes in Phoenix that has undergone a fabulous refresh and remodel.
Del Norte, named after the owner of Norton Dairy, who sold the farm and developed the land between 1929-1940, exhibits some of Phoenix's most beautiful, historic architecture of various styles. This home, a rare style, Pueblo Revival, has its roots in Santa Fe, Spanish Mission and Territorial style architecture.