Platted in 1910 by Edwin M. LeBaron and James Miller, Jr., Evergreen Historic District was initially the home of Mesa’s middle to upper class residents. Welcome to a neighborhood with rich history and a tight-knit community feel. Some families have owned their homes for decades, passing down to the next of kin, keeping these precious historical gems in the family. LEARN MORE…
Mesa Historic District
What a fun day! Thanks to all that attended our home tour on Saturday, May 2. Here’s a list of the homes we toured:
438 N GRAND — Mesa, AZ 85201
626 N ROBSON ST Mesa, AZ 85201
656 N Macdonald — Mesa, AZ 85201
743 N ROBSON ST Mesa, AZ 85201
119 W 3RD PL Mesa, AZ 85201
And…one other that is NOT listed on MLS
For a complete list of what’s available please call 480.250.0023 or write to Katie@EvoAZ.com. This is NOT a list that is found anywhere online and is not easy to come by. We also have homes that are not listed on the MLS.
On what was once known as ”Millionaire’s Row,” this perfectly appointed, impeccably remodeled historic single level sits on an oversized lot with garage. Custom finishes throughout include wood flooring, crown moulding, and custom paint. The Gourmet kitchen features white cabinets, stainless steel appliances, an apron sink, and updated hardware. The master bath is spacious, has an oversized shower with subway tiles, and a claw foot tub. the cute crystal chandelier overhead completes the look. Enjoy a newer roof, updated plumbing and wiring, new water softener, and a newer A/C unit. Welcome to the highly sought after, West 2nd St Historic District. Significant for it’s architecture and known as the home of the middle to upper-class families of the early 1900’s, this is home to some of the very few citrus-lined medians left in Mesa. Within walking distance of the amenities of Downtown which includes many award winning restaurants, light rail, the Mesa Arts Center, and many other boutiques.
- 3 Bedrooms
- 2.5 Bathrooms
- 1,978 sqft.
- West 2nd St. Historic District
- 9,985 lot sqft.