5 Cool Phoenix Neighborhoods You've Probably Never Heard Of

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La Hacienda Between Third and Seventh streets, Verde Lane and Catalina Drive Price range of homes: $300,000 to $600,000

This condensed subdivision of predominantly ranch- and revival-style homes from the late 1920s was originally built with the Phoenix Country Club in mind but since has found a lot more to brag about. Head down La Hacienda's Seventh Street boundary and you'll find a slew of trendy businesses like Sutra Midtown Yoga, State Bicycle Co., The Main Ingredient, Urban Beans, and Gadzooks.

Medlock Place Between Central and Seventh avenues, Missouri and Camelback roads Average price of homes for sale: $319,633

When it comes to Central Phoenix living, Windsor Square may get all the hype, but Medlock Place is just as conveniently located, if not more so. Along Medlock Place's east side are all the Upward Projects hotspots -- Postino, Windsor, Federal Pizza, Churn, and now Joyride Taco. Down its west side is French Grocery, as well as the north end of vintage shops along Seventh Avenue's Melrose Curve.

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