Medlock Place is a neighborhood in Phoenix, Arizona. The area is named after the Medlock family, who were the first settlers in the area. The neighborhood has been mentioned as a “neighborhood of interest” by the city of Phoenix and was recently designated as a historic district by the city’s Historic Preservation Commission.
Medlock Place has been experiencing gentrification since 2008, with older homes being remodeled and new homes being built. This has caused some residents to move out of their homes, while others have stayed and tried to maintain their properties against rising property taxes and other costs associated with gentrification.
Medlock Place was originally part of an 8-acre parcel owned by James Medlock, who purchased it in 1887 for $200 from William C. Corbusier, a prominent farmer in the area at that time. The land was later sold to John Todsen and his wife Julia Ann Todsen when James Medlock died in 1895 without leaving behind any heirs or relatives to inherit his land holdings in Arizona Territory. Over time John Todsen subdivided his land into small parcels that he sold off to people who were interested in moving into this area near downtown Phoenix during its early days as a frontier town before becoming an incorporated city on February 25th, 1889.
There are currently 3 homes for sale in Medlock Place, Phoenix. 3 homes were listed for sale this month in Medlock Place, Phoenix.
3 homes were sold in Medlock Place, Phoenix this month. Average days on market for homes in Medlock Place, Phoenix was 21 days this month, 3 days last month and 59 days last year. There are no bidding wars at the moment. Homes in Medlock Place, Phoenix are selling close to the asking price in the last three months.
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