By Catherine Reagor | Arizona Republic
A historic home built in 1922 in downtown Phoenix’s Roosevelt neighborhood is on the market for $955,000.
It’s the priciest home for sale in downtown Phoenix now.
The 3,162-square-foot brick house in the neo-classical revival style on a tree-lined street was built by F.N. Holmquist, the city of Phoenix’s first civil engineer.
The Salvation Army owned the house for a few decades until 2016, when Chandler Davis paid $479,000 for it.