Architectural Styles In Greater Phoenix
A guide to architecture in Phoenix
- Victorian Era 1885-1905
- Bungalow Era 1905-1925
- Period Revival Era 1915-1940
- Ranch era 1935-1960
Phoenix, especially the historic districts of Phoenix are flush with varied architectural styles. Post war Phoenix boomed and was the place for an explosion of modern architecture. We explore each of these architectural styles in detail below.
Simply click on the link of the style you want to learn more about. We also note where you can find the best examples of each style in Phoenix as well as additional links to keep learning. Many of the links will be to individual neighborhood in Phoenix where any homes for sale will also be show.
American Colonial Revival
Explore American Colonial Revival architecture and where it can be found in Phoenix.
Explore Art Moderne architecture.
Bungalow - Classic
Explore Bungalow architecture.
Explore the Craftsman Bungalow style of architecture.
Explore the California Bungalow architectural style in Phoenix.
Cape Cod Revival
Explore Cape Cod Revival architecture.
Explore the Cotswold Revival style architecture.
English Cottage Revival
Explore the elegant and charming English Cottage revival architectual style.
Explore International architecture.
View and explore the quaint and well grounded mission revival architectural style.
Explore the mediterranean revival style of architecture with some history and where you can find it in Phoenix.
Explore Modern architecture. Mid-Century modern homes are rather popular in Phoenx and we have created a section with Modern Phoenix homes for sale.
Modern Contemporary ( MoCo )
View and explore Monterey Revival homes and architecture.
Explore the very charming and unique normal revival architecture.
Explore Pueblo Revival architecture.
Explore the Southest style of architecture.
Spanish Colonial Revival
Explore Spanish Colonial architecture.
This very popular home style is common in many of the established older neighborhoods in Phoenix. Explore this history of the transitional ranch.
Explore Tudor Revival architecture.
Explore the ornate and often quirky and elegant Victorian Eclectic architectural style.
More contemporary homes include