335 E Alvarado

$ 300,000

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    1653 sq ft
  • Lot size:
    7688 sq ft
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FABULOUS HISTORIC HOME. 335 E. Alvarado, the Helen K. Mason House. Helen K. Mason was an early Phoenix activist, educator and patron of the Arts. She raised her family at this residence while also forming the first black theater troupe west of the Mississippi. She is the namesake of the Helen K. Mason Performing Arts Center located at 1333 E. Washington St. She is also the subject of a documentary feature film titled, “A Legacy In The Valley”, which is currently in final production. This home is in Phoenix’s smallest registered historic district, The East Alvarado Historic District, which is only one block in size. It is in the heart of Phoenix’s historic districts and within walking distance to the light rail, various neighborhood shops and restaurants, The Phoenix Art Museum, The Heard Museum, and artistic Roosevelt Row.
Come check out this great home with lots of room. It’s an entertainer’s dream. Huge backyard has endless possibilities for having company over. Square footage does not include separate area that can be man cave, office or guest room.

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  • Subdivision: East Alvarado
  • City: Phoenix
  • Postal Code: 85004



  • carport
  • dryer
  • family room
  • fenced yard
  • refrigerator
  • washer

This . This property price was listed at$ 300,000 and has 3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, and is 1653 sq ft. It was built in 1939.

Diane Brennan

Diane is the host of Own It Girl! that podcast for women. She has spent over 20 years in radio broadcasting in both Canada and the U.S. and has turned her passion into a full time career, combining her loves of podcast and real estate. Diane is licensed at Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage.