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As you follow the palm tree and orange tree lined streets when entering Litchfield Park, you immediately transport into a hidden oasis in the desert unlike any other town or city in the West Valley. This unique suburban community features mature green landscaping, award-winning schools, sidewalk cafes and restaurants and a friendly hometown feel. Numerous parks, such as my favorite, Turtle Park, dot the community, as well as a picturesque lake that provides the perfect place for a picnic or after dinner stroll. Numerous paths meander through the community providing ample room for walking and biking. The popular downtown area includes a library, restaurants, a sports bar and businesses. It's usually the center of the numerous festivals held throughout the year.
In the middle of Old Litchfield is the Wigwam Resort, providing beautiful golf course lots and greenery for all to enjoy. There is so much to do at the Wigwam Resort with three golf courses along with a golf shop, 2 pools, an Elizabeth Arden Red Door Spa, tennis courts and center, and a workout center. The Wigwam has numerous dining options as well as two great outdoor spaces perfect for enjoying the beautiful Arizona weather. You can even catch live music. It's a great place to hang out and relax anytime of the year. The grounds at the Wigwam are gorgeous and a popular spot for weddings. The Wigwam only adds to the sense of serenity you experience in Old Litchfield.
In Old Litchfield you won't find the rows of cookie cutter homes where you can't tell your home from the neighbors. What you'll find is unique properties built from the early 1900's into the 1980's. There's even a few newer homes as a few empty lots were filled and some golf course lots have been raised and new homes built. You'll also find a wide array of homes. Litchfield Park offers condos, town homes and patio homes for those that like less yard maintenance. There's also a large variety of floor plans and sizes in the single family homes in Old Litchfield. I don't think I have seen two homes that are exactly alike. The homes range in price from the mid $100,000's up to the millions.
For more information view our blog post about The City of Litchfield Park, Arizona.
In 1916 Goodyear Tire and Rubber bought farmland to grow Egyptian long-staple cotton to use in tire cords. Paul Litchfield was a junior executive with Goodyear at the time and he developed the project. He liked the area so much that he made Litchfield Ranch into the headquarters for the Southwest Cotton Company (later Goodyear Farms.). The company town was officially names Litchfield Park in 1926.
In the 1920's Paul and his wife, Florence, built their beautiful estate on the hill overlooking the town. The site has since been donated to an assisted living facility and is also the home of the Litchfield Park Historical Society. There are plans to renovate the residence and use it for public use.
The Wigwam was originally built as simple guest quarters for visiting Goodyear Tire executives from Ohio. In 1929 it was expanded into a public resort. From 1931 to 1944 Litchfield Park was also the test site for Goodyear auto, truck and tractor tires. During and after World War II Litchfield Park grew extensively due to Luke Field just north of the community.
In 1987 Litchfield Park was finally incorporated as a city. The city is 3.3 square miles in size and continues to grow and flourish. Residents have a definite pride in their small city.
Litchfield Park is 16 miles west of central Phoenix and only 2 miles north of the I-!0 freeway. It is nestled in the tri-city area of Goodyear, Avondale and Litchfield Park which provides numerous amenities such as medical care, shopping, restaurants, spring training, golf, nightlife, hiking and more.
Wigwam Golf Resort - 300 East Wigwam Blvd, Litchfield Park, Arizona 85340,(623)-935-3811
Wildlife World Zoo and Aquarium - 16501 W Northern Ave, Litchfield Park, AZ 85340, (623)-935-9453
Falcon Golf Course - 5152 W Camelback Rd, Litchfield Park, AZ 85340, (623)-935-7800
Westgate Entertainment District - 6751 N Sunset Blvd, Glendale, AZ 85305, (623)-385-7502
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