FQ Story

FQ Story, Phoenix
  • Historic
  • Greenery
  • Walkability
  • Urban
  • Character


4 Homes, 1 Condos,
2 Rentals

Price Range

$500K - $1.6M


The F.Q. Story Neighborhood Historic District is located in central Phoenix, Arizona. It runs from McDowell Road south to Roosevelt Street and from Seventh Avenue west to Grand Avenue. The neighborhood, as well as many of the individual houses, are listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Residents here take great pride in maintaining the historic charm of their homes, and their community.

Is FQ Story
for me?

FQ Story is perfect for those who appreciate the charm of historic homes and the warmth of a tight-knit community. It's ideal for individuals seeking a neighborhood that combines the serenity of suburban living with proximity to downtown amenities. If you love engaging in local events and prefer walking or biking to your favorite local spots, this place might be your next home.

Artists, young professionals, and families who value diversity and history will thrive here. In essence, FQ Story is for those who cherish a vibrant, culturally rich lifestyle amidst a picturesque historic backdrop, all accessible to a sprawling urban core.

The Market

Overview of FQ Story real estate trends

(Data past 6 months)
  • Average List Price $451.3K
  • Average Home Size (Sq.Ft.) 1,391 sqft
  • Average Price Per Square Foot $324 price/sqft
  • Number of Homes Listed 26
  • Number of Homes Sold 21
  • Number of Homes On Market 5
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Looking for a home in FQ Story?


1,140 SQFT
1610 W Lynwood St
Phoenix, AZ 85007
West USA Realty


3,286 SQFT
914 W Willetta St
Phoenix, AZ 85007


1,411 SQFT
1638 W Culver St
Phoenix, AZ 85007
48 Venture Real Estate


1,602 SQFT
1602 W Lynwood St
Phoenix, AZ 85007
My Home Group Real Estate
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01 The Locale

Nestled just west of downtown Phoenix, FQ Story showcases an eclectic mix of architectural beauty and modern convenience. The neighborhood, a historic district, is lined with tree-shaded streets that host a variety of homes dating back to the 1920s.

Within walking distance, residents can access art galleries, cafes, and boutiques, enhancing the area's appeal. Essential services, such as grocery stores and medical facilities, are readily available, making daily life both convenient and enjoyable. Its close proximity to downtown Phoenix ensures that entertainment and employment opportunities are never far away.

FQ Story spans just over one square mile but contains one of Phoenix's largest and most intact collections of early 20th-century homes. The neighborhood was named after Francis Quarles Story, a prominent figure in the development of the Phoenix area in the early 1900s.

02 The Character

The homes in FQ Story are a testament to architectural diversity and history, featuring styles ranging from Spanish Revival to Bungalow and Tudor. Each home bears unique characteristics, with many restored to preserve their original charm while offering modern amenities.

The neighborhood's dedication to maintaining its historical integrity is evident in the meticulous care of its properties and landscapes. Here, you'll find wide, welcoming porches, mature trees, and vibrant gardens that contribute to the area's picturesque setting. The commitment to preservation and community makes FQ Story not just a place to live, but a place to belong.

The neighborhood's vibrant community association actively engages residents in preservation efforts, social events, and local advocacy, ensuring that FQ Story remains a dynamic and welcoming place to live.

03 The Vibe

FQ Story is home to a diverse and creative community that values inclusivity, history, and the arts. Residents range from young professionals and artists to families and retirees, all drawn together by a shared appreciation for the neighborhood’s rich heritage and community spirit.

The area fosters a laid-back lifestyle where neighbors know each other by name and gather at local events, creating a strong sense of belonging. Outdoor enthusiasts, cultural aficionados, and anyone who cherishes community engagement over anonymity will find themselves at home here. It's a neighborhood where the past and present blend seamlessly, offering a unique lifestyle that's hard to find elsewhere.