FQ Story Historic District

FQ Story Historic District

Boundaries:
McDowell Road to Roosevelt Street between 7th Avenue and Grand Avenue

FQ Story Historic District is one of downtown Phoenix’s first historic districts, which is governed by the story Preservation Association, a non-profit group consisting of FQ Story residents. Historic Homes in FQ Story are listed in both the federal and state registers of historic places. 

Named after the developer, Francis Quarles Story, most of the homes in FQ Story were built from 1920 to 1940. Francis Story helped develop Grande Avenue and its streetcar presence in the 1880s. Though little commercial develop has ever taken place within the community, the streets that bounder offer a plethora of downtown amenities within walking distance. 

Historic Homes:
There were 602 homes built in FQ Story Historic District. The architecture includes Tudor, Spanish Revivals and Bungalows with detached garages. With mature, lush lawns and beautiful gardens, the streets within FQ Story will leave you wanting more as you admire the scenery. It is common to see the residents out for stroll or walking their dogs.

Some of the oldest historic homes in downtown Phoenix can be found in FQ Story Historic District. Homes range from 1300 to 1600 square feet with three bedrooms and one or two baths. 

Market Watch: 
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 Market Update for FQ Story Historic District each month, please send an email to TheTeam@RussoTeam.com with your name and preferred mailing address.

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Schools:
Kenilworth Elementary School (K-8)
1210 N 5th Ave, Phoenix, AZ 85003
602-257-3889
www.PhxSchools.org/Kenilworth 

Central High School
4525 N Central Ave, Phoenix, AZ 85012
602-764-7500
www.Phxhs.k12.az.us/central

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