Named for the Armory established shortly after Arizona became a state in 1912. The original armory building now serves as the senior center and the heart of the neighborhood. The Carnegie library designed by William Trost in the Neoclassical style, was located here and now serves as the Tucson Children’s Museum. Armory Park is on the national register of historic places and is characterized by the broad boulevards and the architecture of the Victorian period including the new Anglo-Territorial style of the period as well as the Victorian, Queen Anne and Greek Revival homes.
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The following MLS listings represent the total movement of homes in the Armory Park neighborhood for the last 6 months. The listings at the top are the currently active listings, so those are the ones you are able to buy. Following those, you can see homes that have sold in your desired neighborhood to get an idea of what types of homes are available and what it costs to move into Downtown Tucson Real Estate. Once you find something you like, simply click “Schedule Showing” from the listing and I’ll get in touch with you to set up your personal home tour!
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