Jefferson Park Neighborhood

As Tucson stretched from its downtown core, beyond the railroad tracks and into the desert north of town, homesteaders such as young Anna Stattelman ventured out to stake claims, followed by families settling in neighborhoods surrounding the University of Arizona. Established in 1898, this walking- and bike-friendly neighborhood has its roots in early to mid-20th century construction of distinctive Southwestern homes, including Craftsman Bungalow, Spanish Colonial Revival, and Pueblo Revival. Post-WWII Ranch style brick homes followed as this historic “outskirts” development transformed into a central neighborhood of rich history and diversity.

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