Willo Historic District
The Willo Historic District is a truly magnificent historic neighborhood. As one of Phoenix’s most beautiful historic neighborhoods, Willo is located just west of Central Avenue between Thomas and McDowell Roads from 1st to 7th Avenues. The fact that there are three light rail stops near Willo add another unique benefit to this great location. Having stations at McDowell, Encanto and at Thomas/Central Avenue allow Willo residents to easily take advantage of all of the great restaurants, shops, arts districts, sporting activities, employment centers, etc along the light rail line. This truly is old world charm meets new and modern conveniences.
Willo is an amazing community. From our friend, Christoph Schweiger we hear that homes in Willo: “do not have garages, walk-in closets, or entertainment centers. They were built in the 1920’s and ’30’s before people thought lots of storage space was essential in a home. But for every modern convenience they may seem to lack, the historic homes of Willo more than make up for them in charm and grace.”
The uniqueness of the homes, the beautiful tree-lined streets, the basements, guest homes, and overall flair of Willo have made the area very desirable for a very long time. With the addition of the 20 mile long light rail system running along the entire East side of the Willo Historic District, residents now enjoy even more things about their spectacular community. In Phoenix, there are eight different historic districts near light rail, each with a unique story. Feel free to look around. Below, you will see a current list of homes for sale in the Willo Historic District. You can also click this link of homes for sale in Willo from our mls system. Please feel free to contact Nick Bastian at Realty Executives today for a private tour of these amazing Phoenix homes. Nick can be reached at 602-803-6425 or by email at nick at RailLife.com.