Farmer Avenue Lofts
Located from 352 to 398 South Farmer Avenue, Farmer Avenue Lofts includes 18 unique 3-story urban town homes. The developer claims that the architecture of the community was inspired by the late architect, Al Beadle, famous for his angular, contemporary designs.
It's located about a quarter mile from Tempe's Mill Avenue and Town Lake, a convenient location to nightlife, shopping, dining, employment opportunities and the new light rail system.
These urban town homes feature two or three bedroom/two and a half or three and a half bath models in 13 different floorplans. They offer ground floor entrances, 2-car enclosed garages and spacious living spaces. And, six homes along Farmer Avenue incorporate a "Live/Work" design for those interested in a convenient, home-based business. These plans are pushed out to the sidewalk to introduce pedestrian interest and to provide separate, direct street access. These are ideal for a real estate or insurance office, an intimate art gallery or light retail or ???
Prices were originally advertised ranging from $290/sf to $315/sf or $745,300 to $768,600. To see current prices click on the "For Sale" button up on the right.
If you would like to learn more, see floor plans or a site map, or tour the site, give us a call or shoot us an e-mail and we'll take care of you.
- Year Built: 2008
- Architecture: modern row home
- Bedrooms: 2-3
- Parking: attached 2 car garage
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- Address: 352 S. Farmer Avenue
- Number of Residences: 18
roof top decks, some residences live/work
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