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Homes for Sale in Phoenix, AZ

Phoenix was originally a farming community, and the advantage of its location at the northern end of the Sonoran Desert. Another bonus to the area was its more than three hundred days of annual sunshine, ideal for cultivating cattle, citrus and cotton. Phoenix is now a center of industry beyond agriculture. Whether you're looking for a spread big enough to practice farming, or just a nice little place to call home, Homes.com has everything you need for a successful hunt.

3732 E Glenrosa Avenue, Phoenix AZ, 85018

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  • Beds: 5
  • Baths: 4 full
  • Days on Homes.com: 1
  • Sqft: 3,181
  • Lot Size: 0.28 acres
  • Year Built: 1966
$495,000
Price per Sqft: $156

7801 N 37th Avenue, Phoenix AZ, 85051

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  • Beds: 3
  • Baths: 2 full
  • Days on Homes.com: 2
  • Sqft: 2,100
  • Lot Size: 0.21 acres
  • Year Built: 1962
$200,000
Price per Sqft: $95

5710 E Monterosa Street, Phoenix AZ, 85018

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  • Beds: 3
  • Baths: 3 full
  • Days on Homes.com: 3
  • Sqft: 2,359
  • Lot Size: 0.22 acres
  • Year Built: 1956
$820,000
Price per Sqft: $348

4601 N 49th Place, Phoenix AZ, 85018

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  • Beds: 4
  • Baths: 3 full
  • Days on Homes.com: 2
  • Sqft: 3,000
  • Lot Size: 0.61 acres
  • Year Built: 1955
$899,000
Price per Sqft: $300

2236 E Cactus Wren Drive, Phoenix AZ, 85020

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  • Beds: 5
  • Baths: 3 full
  • Days on Homes.com: 3
  • Sqft: 3,218
  • Lot Size: 0.3 acres
  • Year Built: 1968
$585,000
Price per Sqft: $182

3343 E Beryl Lane, Phoenix AZ, 85028

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  • Beds: 4
  • Baths: 3 full
  • Days on Homes.com: 4
  • Sqft: 2,272
  • Lot Size: 0.21 acres
  • Year Built: 1965
$400,000
Price per Sqft: $176

512 W Claremont Avenue, Phoenix AZ, 85013

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  • Beds: 4
  • Baths: 2 full
  • Days on Homes.com: 4
  • Sqft: 2,416
  • Lot Size: 0.24 acres
  • Year Built: 1955
$400,000
Price per Sqft: $166

3720 E Amelia Avenue, Phoenix AZ, 85018

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  • Beds: 4
  • Baths: 2 full & 1 half
  • Days on Homes.com: 6
  • Sqft: 2,483
  • Lot Size: 0.2 acres
  • Year Built: 1954
$625,000
Price per Sqft: $252

5602 S 7th St, Phoenix AZ, 85040

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  • Beds: 3
  • Baths: 2 full
  • Days on Homes.com: 5
  • Sqft: 2,158
  • Lot Size: 0.14 acres
  • Year Built: 1958
$64,200
Price per Sqft: $30

6027 N 10th Way, Phoenix AZ, 85014

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  • Beds: 3
  • Baths: 2 full
  • Days on Homes.com: 6
  • Sqft: 2,131
  • Lot Size: 0.09 acres
  • Year Built: 1967
$262,500
Price per Sqft: $123

4035 E Fanfol Drive, Phoenix AZ, 85028

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  • Beds: 3
  • Baths: 3 full
  • Days on Homes.com: 7
  • Sqft: 2,916
  • Lot Size: 1.19 acres
  • Year Built: 1968
$579,000
Price per Sqft: $199

2709 E Joan D Arc Avenue, Phoenix AZ, 85032

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  • Beds: 3
  • Baths: 3 full
  • Days on Homes.com: 7
  • Sqft: 2,515
  • Lot Size: 0.35 acres
  • Year Built: 1962
$349,900
Price per Sqft: $139

8935 N 17th Drive, Phoenix AZ, 85021

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  • Beds: 5
  • Baths: 3 full
  • Days on Homes.com: 7
  • Sqft: 2,501
  • Lot Size: 0.2 acres
  • Year Built: 1959
$249,777
Price per Sqft: $100

3347 E Windsor Avenue, Phoenix AZ, 85008

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  • Beds: 6
  • Baths: 3 full
  • Days on Homes.com: 7
  • Sqft: 3,100
  • Lot Size: 0.23 acres
  • Year Built: 1954
$249,500
Price per Sqft: $80

8406 N 14th Street, Phoenix AZ, 85020

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  • Beds: 6
  • Baths: 4 full & 1 half
  • Days on Homes.com: 7
  • Sqft: 2,304
  • Lot Size: 0.35 acres
  • Year Built: 1964
$829,900
Price per Sqft: $360
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Phoenix is the state capital of Arizona and the largest state capital city in the entire United States. As history goes, the city experienced the majority of its growth in the decades following the Second World War, when returning soldiers came back to the area of their training to put down roots. Today, the city's economy is largely driven by growth in the hi-tech sector. Motorola, McDonnell Douglas, and Intel are major players, and the tourism industry, higher education, and a wide variety of manufacturing, financial services, and healthcare companies add to the economic pie of Phoenix, as well. The city is made up of fifteen urban villages, each with their own unique style and flair. Though the city is known for its hot summer weather, it does typically cool off considerably every evening. Most residents will tell you that a bit of a heat wave in the summer months is a small price to pay for mild, short winters and the unparalleled length of the growing season. Because it is naturally beautiful and has such an amazing climate, the Phoenix area is home to a wide variety of stunning attractions and recreational opportunities. Within a short drive, outdoor enthusiasts can take advantage of amazing rock climbing, canyoneering, mountain biking, hiking, camping, and rafting destinations. Those looking for outdoor activity without the adventure can while away the day at the city's zoo, botanical gardens, Japanese gardens, desert nature preserve, or any other of the national, county, and city parks in the immediate area. If you're looking for a little more high culture when you buy a home in Phoenix, the city has numerous world-class performing arts venues and museums. And if you're looking for sports, the city boasts a multitude of professional and top collegiate teams to root for.

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