The Encanto-Palmcroft Historic District in Phoenix showcases some of the more significant homes and landscaping with diversity and picturesque styling. As you travel through the Encanto-Palmcroft Historic District on the winding streets, it’s proximity to the Encanto Park, many of the homes reflecting the southwest influences, and noting the detail to the craftsmanship which was demanded by some of the better architects, it becomes apparent that this was originally a community where those of influence would reside. In addition to the southwest influences there are homes which reflect the American colonial architecture.
Once again, the Encanto-Palmcroft Historic District in Phoenix is not an area in which to look for that uncovered gem so you can restore it and make a lot of money. You may find a property for restoration but you need to make sure your budget matches up with the property. A number of these homes have a larger square footage than homes in some of the other historic districts, so be careful when you are judging the value of a home based on the square footage. These homes are not ideal for one thinking of doing vacational rentals, they are just to costly for getting a return on investment.
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