Country Club Park Historic District
General Boundary: Dayton St to 7th St (E/W) and Thomas Rd to Virginia Ave (N/S)
Every home in Country Club Park is one-of-a-kind, and unlike the surrounding districts, each home was built by an individual contractor. Adjacent to the Country Club Park Historic District is the North High School Complex on its eastern boundary, businesses along Seventh Street to the west and the Phoenix Country Club on the north. The Coronado Historic District is immediately south of the district.
Homes in the neighborhood are nearly all one-story Ranch styles constructed of brick, but there are three homes in the Art Moderne style. The focal point of the neighborhood is a 2.5-acre elliptical park, known as Country Club Park Oval, which is in the center of the development. Due to the park, the district has a curvilinear street plan and variations in the size and configuration of the lots.
Architecturally, the district is significant for its intact examples of mid-twentieth century residential building styles and are reflective of the changes that occurred in construction methods and technologies during World War II like many other historic districts in Phoenix. Many houses have detached garages located on the rear of the lot.