Available- Arthur and Charles Schreiber home for Allied Construction in Hidden Village
Sold- Arthur and Charles Schreiber home for Allied Construction in Scottsdale’s Village Grove
Twins & Co. Realty sold these mid-century modern Arthur + Charles Schreiber for Allied construction homes in Scottsdale’s Village Grove neighborhood and Phoenix’s Hidden Village Neighborhood.
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Allied Construction built thousands of homes in the Phoenix Metro area throughout the 1950s and 1960s. Popular Allied communities include Village Grove, Hidden Village, Village Meadows and Rancho Ventura. Architects Arthur + Charles Schreiber partnered with a number of builders during his career, including Dell Webb and Allied Construction locally. Arthur + Charles Schreiber were innovators and are credited with being an integral part of the first condominium project in the Phoenix area, The Orchard House (1963).
Most notably, the Schreibers designed a trademark mid-century modern elevation for Allied, which was featured in several Allied communities. There are approximately 50 of the mid-century modern elevation for plan 2321 in Village Grove, Hidden Village and Village Meadows. Trademark features of the mid-century modern elevation are the low-sloped roof, front wall of windows, exposed beams, tapered front patio posts and the telltale detail; fenestrated blockwork at the entry.
There are 2 block patterns seen on Arthur + Charles Schreiber’s elevation for Allied Construction’s plan 2321:
3 Rectangles Pattern
The Schreibers had said that the plan 2321 elevation that we refer to as Mid-Century Modern was inspired by Hawaiian and Polynesian architecture. The idea was to create an open floorplan with an emphasis on the indoor/outdoor connection and that would emulate the places he had seen while working in Hawaii.
Welcome Home! 1960s advertisement for Allied Construction
This is a vintage 1960s sales brochure cover for tract 17-A of Village Grove.
Plan 2321 was the most popular plan in Village Grove. The mid-century modern elevation, as designed by architects Arthur + Charles Schreiber, was $1,000+ more than the traditional ranch elevations, in the 1960s.
Arthur + Charles Schreiber-designed homes have been featured in numerous publications.