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Jefferson Park Home Tour

Residents relish history of old homes

Residents relish history of old homes

Sue Clement and her husband live in the Jefferson Park Neighborhood, north of the UA. "The house has character. I love that it's a historic home, not a tract home," she said.

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Residents relish history of old homes

Residents relish history of old homes

Renée and Michael Wallner moved into Jefferson Park in 1974. Their back porch offers a place to relax as well as entertain. Being New York transplants, they were looking for an urban experience.

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Residents relish history of old homes

Residents relish history of old homes

The Wallners' guesthouse is behind their home. Although their daughters have moved out and live in New York City, the couple remains in the neighborhood.

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Residents relish history of old homes

Residents relish history of old homes

Zach MacDonald and his wife, Stephanie Bourn-MacDonald, live in a 1926 Spanish colonial on Lester Street. The home was used in the 1974 film "Alice Doesn't Live Here Anymore."

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Residents relish history of old homes

Residents relish history of old homes

The Clement home has a dining and fireplace area in the back.

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Residents relish history of old homes

Residents relish history of old homes

The dining room and living room in Zach MacDonald and Stephanie Bourn-MacDonald's home.

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Residents relish history of old homes

Residents relish history of old homes

The Clements' cozy living room. The house was built by Yaqui Indians for Anna Lester in 1912.

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Residents relish history of old homes

Residents relish history of old homes

Woody Remencus and Patricia Gehlen's home is on East Seneca Street in the Jefferson Park Neighborhood.

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Residents relish history of old homes

Residents relish history of old homes

In 1898, a young German immigrant made claim to a barren chunk of land known today as Jefferson Park Neighborhood. As the story goes, Anna Stattelman homesteaded on a 158-acre tract of land north of the University of Arizona. In 1899, she married Frank Lester, the superintendent of Mammoth M…

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