The historic neighborhood of Encanto is characterized by twisting roads, rich landscaping, and ornate street lamps around every corner. It’s one of fifteen urban villages within Phoenix, encompassed by an abundance of amenities including Phoenix College, Steele Indian School Park, Arizona State Fairgrounds, and Park Central Mall. Located just north of Downtown Phoenix, Encanto blends the urban with the suburban, featuring quiet residences just blocks over from towering skyscrapers. Encanto residents enjoy access to metropolitan amenities such as the Heard Museum and the Phoenix Art Museum.
When you live in Encanto, you can easily walk to Encanto Park. The park was styled after 1920s and 30s English gardens and incorporates many similar designs like winding roads and mature tree groves. Located inside the park is Enchanted Island, a family-friendly theme park with pedal boats, carousel, and a train that takes visitors through the island. Encanto also offers abundant options for shopping and dining along North Central Avenue. Getting around from Encanto is easy with access to the light rail, I-10, I-17, and Route 51 in addition to Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport.