About Evans Churchill
Closed Prices: $250,000 to $1,375,000
Median Sale Price: $382,000
Association Fee Ranges: $0, $140 to $649/mo
Type: Attached Home (Condo, Townhouse, Loft, etc.), Single-Family Home
Age: 1910 to 2017
Sq. Ft.: 683 to 2716 Sq. Ft.
Bedrooms: 1 to 3 Bedrooms
Bathrooms: 1 to 4 Bathrooms
Getting Around Evans Churchill
Around Evans Churchill
Originally a small, two-block area that stretched from Roosevelt to Garfield Streets, Evans Churchill has seen a surge in population as more people gravitate towards the area. There are several properties right in the downtown area -- mostly single-family, with lots of mid to high-rise condominium buildings. The area has seen a significant revitalization that still continues, giving Evans Churchill newly renovated living spaces with a touch of vintage.
This neighborhood is full of great places and a diversity of cuisines that will appeal to the most adventurous of appetites. Sample vintage cocktails at some of the retro-style lounges, grab a bite an an authentic gourmet Mexican restaurant, or try the local farm-to-table fare at the various farmers markets and bazaars.
Art! Evans Churchill is home to many of Phoenix's best-known galleries and artists, with sidewalk gallery evenings and fairs every month. The historic Roosevelt Row boasts a vibrant and pedestrian/bicycle -friendly community of music, art, and food seven days a week. Evans Churchill also hosts The Irish Cultural Center, Arizona Jewish Historical Society, and Burton Barr Central Library.
Grab a stool at a tap room and sample the local beers or take in a concert at the Phoenix Symphony. No matter what kind of Friday night you're seeking out, Evans Churchill has it, from arcade bars to sports bars to gastropubs. Residents often stroll along the First Friday Art Walk and Third Friday Gallery Night on Roosevelt Row. You can also find live music almost everywhere -- from street performers to full bands and everything in between.
Pamper yourself at some of the most luxurious and indulgent spas in the area or get your heart moving with a yoga or spin class in one of several studios in the neighborhood. There are numerous biking paths and trails for those who want to stay outdoors. There are also weekly farmers markets that offer local produce, honey, jewelry, and crafts. Wind down the weekend by seeing a movie at the local theater that serves beer and wine.
- Friendly neighbors
- Dry, warm climate
- Art, music, and cultural activities
Locals Don't Love
- Traffic and congestion
- High property prices
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