The Arcadia area of Phoenix has an interesting history dating back to the 1920's. The homes that were built just North of the canal (towards Camelback Road) have large lots, great views of Camelback mountain, and rarely sell for less than $1,000,000. There are no technical boundaries for Arcadia, however the canal has generally been used as the dividing line. Today Arcadia could be considered the area West of 68th St, North of Osborn, South of Camelback, and East of 44th St.
The homes just South of the canal were typically built in the 1950's and you can find a great blend of mid-century modern homes, ranches, adobe, and traditional styled homes. Many of these lots are irrigated, which hint to the orange and date groves that once were the lifeblood of the area. This flood irrigation now envelopes Arcadia in a green canopy of palm trees and all sorts of native plants.
A recent surge of redevelopment has seen many investors tearing down homes and rebuilding larger and very modern homes. These homes can go for as much as $750,000! We see the 85018 zip code continuing its swift appreciation as people are migrating back to the city center.
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