842 W. Clarendon Ave.
Phoenix, AZ 85013
$279,900 PRICE REDUCED!
Subdivision: North Park Central Unit 1
Beds/Baths: 3 / 2
SF: 1,162 sq ft
Year Built: 1950
Pool: No pool
Approx Lot SqFt: 6,686 sq ft / Tax assessor
Apx Lot Size Range: 1-7,500
This mid-century ranch home is De Luxe! Award-winning kitchen features professionally-restored Youngstown metal cabinetry + washboard sink unit that were sourced from the North Park Central neighborhood, rare vintage 1950 Maytag white enamel gas dutch range/oven, stainless steel dishwasher + refrigerator and checkerboard porcelain floors. The Youngstown steel cabinets are painted close to an original Youngstown color “meridian blue”. The kitchen cupboard space was increased beyond the space of the original kitchen and now has the equivalent of 2 kitchens worth of Youngstown cabinets. The Dishmaster “Imperial Four” faucet is a mid-century reproduction piece that looks just like a 1950s faucet, but is new and fancy. The American Institute of Interior Designers (ASID) presented this home with an award in 2014 for Design Excellence in the category “Historic Spaces”.
This home has the original double floor-to-ceiling windows overlooking rear yard; it is basically a full glass wall with a door. The original model home for North Park Central featured this dual window plan, but you don’t see these ones come on the market very often. The living spaces and bedrooms have wood laminate floors. The bedrooms have plantation shutters and ceiling fans. The bathrooms are vintage-cool with original, mid-century tile work.
A new energy-star rated roof was installed in 2016 and is still under warranty. The huge original inside laundry room (not included in the square footage figure) has storage cabinetry with pet food drawer and porcelain tile floors. Gorgeous park-like backyard with sissoo, elm, desert willow and eucalyptus trees.
Homes of this vintage are getting harder to come by with “vintage” still left in them. This is a great example of keeping a 1950s home’s character intact, while updating a home.
It’s less than 1 mile to Mi Patio, Copperstar Coffee, Lux, D’lish and Natural Grocers. Little known facts: 1. This neighborhood was annexed into the city of Phoenix in 1957. 2. The developers of Park Central were brothers Ralph G. and A.J. Burbacher and Albert Behrstock. 3. Park Central Mall is on the site of the old Central Ave. Dairy. 4. Learn more fun facts about the neighborhood in our latest Storytime With The Twins Volume 18: 842 W. Clarendon Ave. Scroll up to view it on this page.
Call Jennifer Hibbard at 602-908-5801 or Christie Kinchen at 602-908-8946 for more information.