A highly desirable neighborhood, the Central Phoenix Corridor stretches from Camelback Avenue on the south to Northern Avenue on the north; it is bordered by Seventh Avenue on the west and Seventh Street on the east. Known for its close proximity to downtown Phoenix and easy access to the historic Murphy’s Bridle Path — a well-maintained path dating back to the late 1800s that was once used for travel by horses — the Central Phoenix Corridor features large ranch-style homes with deep irrigated lots which makes for gorgeous lush, grassy yards.
While this neighborhood isn’t yet designated a historic district by the City of Phoenix, many homes in the Central Phoenix Corridor enjoy styles such as French Provincial, Cape Cod and Ranch, however, quite a number of neighborhood homes also feature more modern styles.
This area is filled with stablished business professionals and busy families. You can expect friendly neighbors in this community who enjoy a weekend jog and children riding bikes along the tree-lined streets
Many residents of the Central Phoenix Corridor enjoy the ability to stroll and walk along Murphy’s Bridle Path, located on Central Avenue. The 2.5-mile unpaved trail extends from Bethany Home Road to Northern Avenue and is widely used throughout the year by walkers and strollers, bikers and joggers alike. This beautiful path provides cool shade during the day courtesy of a canopy of mature elm and olive trees.
Cookie-cutter homes, urban-style living. Many of these historic homes have been completely updated, renovated and remodeled and many feature multiple bedrooms — five, six or more — and include large acreage yards. In addition, several lots sit on cul-de-sacs — tucked away from the hustle and bustle of busy traffic — and prove to be ideal for families with young children.
Hard-working professionals who appreciate being close to work, dining and entertainment. Business commuters will enjoy the short 10-minute commute into downtown Phoenix. Residents of the Central Phoenix Corridor can also take advantage of nearby public transportation such as commuter buses and the Valley Metro Light Rail for business or for an evening out on the town enjoying the arts and cultural scene. In addition, residents benefit from the area’s quick access to Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport.
Those who reside in the Central Phoenix Corridor appreciate being near popular locally owned eateries such as Postino Central, Windsor, Federal Pizza and Joyride, along with ice cream spots, bakeries and coffee shops like Churn and Lux Central. Those seeking a craft beer, signature cocktail or an evening of dancing or listening to live music can savor the variety of nearby options including Maizie’s Café & Bistro, Spoke & Wheel and Rosie McCaffrey’s Irish Pub.
The central location, beautiful lush landscaping and historic home appeal makes this a quintessential neighborhood.
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