Historic Paradise Valley Home Recognized With Preservation Award
An historic Paradise Valley home was recently recognized with a state preservation award.
According to the Town of Paradise Valley Independent, an historic home built in 1931 at the corner of McDonald Drive and Invergordon Road was recently honored with the Governor’s Preservation Honor Award at the Arizona Historic Preservation Conference Awards Luncheon.
The award was presented to property owner John Pappas, as well as architect Gene Kniaz of Spiral Architects, and adobe expert Reggie Mackay, the report said.
The home, one of the oldest in Paradise Valley, was built by Louise E. Glaus on land she homesteaded in 1931.
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