Villa, Territorial or Colonial, these 3 Phoenix Homes will charm you as only Spanish style real estate can

From stone floors, beamed ceilings, tile accents, and cool white walls to airy interiors, shaded walkways, and sun-drenched courtyards, there is something so charming about Spanish-style architecture, and these three homes have charm to keep. Each has kept some original elements while keeping up with the times with updated kitchens, bathrooms, fun spaces, and more. |CST

1920s Spanish villa with historic name in the city center

This Spanish villa is located in the heart of Central Phoenix in the desirable Encanto / Palmcroft neighborhood. The courtyard has bespoke murals by artist Morejon Muriel and is designed for morning relaxation or weekend get-togethers. It has several seating areas with built-in grill, smoking and pizza oven. The home retains the charm of a 1920s bungalow, but has a lovely, recently renovated kitchen that opens onto the living area and includes custom cabinetry, a 36-inch Thermador gas range, and electric oven and quartz countertops. Three bedrooms, a finished basement and a wonderful hallway bathroom with claw-foot tub complete this house. In addition, the historic real estate designation has just been reintroduced, which will lower property taxes next year.

Place: 2216 N. 7th Ave., Phoenix, 85007
Built: 1929
Square feet: 2.906
Bedroom bathroom: 3 / 2.5
Price: $ 705,000
Listed by: Mary King, HomeSmart

1930s Spanish colonial property in Arcadia

This custom built Arcadia property from 1938 unites and honors its roots in Spanish colonial style with the restored classic and timeless parquet flooring and the stunning original wood beam ceilings. However, it has been continuously updated to provide all of the modern conveniences for today’s lifestyle.

From the paver’s entrance to the courtyard, the arched wrought iron front door and the resort-like backyard, and everything in between – including 10 pairs of French doors that flood the space with natural light, two beautifully updated bathrooms, and a kitchen to collect – this home is truly charming. There are also two casitas with private entrances and kitchenettes, and you might just fall for their charm.

Place: 5615 E. Lafayette Blvd., Phoenix, AZ 85018
Built: 1938
Square feet: 6.837
Bedroom bathroom: 6/6
Price: $ 3,500,000
Listed by: Austin Zaback, My Home Group Real Estate

1960s territorial style overlooking North Phoenix

This 1968 Spanish Territorial style home has breathtaking views of the Phoenix Mountain Preserve and Piestewa Peak. Located on 1 acre property with horse privileges, RV parking, and a private pool with privacy fences. You can enjoy the natural desert landscape and mountain views while still being close to shopping, dining, and highway access. The home has been completely renovated with an open floor plan, features high ceilings and a multi-part sliding glass door that leads to the lovely back yard. Additional features include two wet bars, a dog shower in the laundry room and much more.

Place: 4035 E. Fanfol Dr., Phoenix, AZ 85028
Built: 1968
Square feet: 3.103
Bedroom bathroom: 3/2
Price: $ 1,500,000
Listed by: Isabel Potter, West USA Realty

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