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Property Name Hilvert, Fred G., House
Reference Number 16000700
State AZ
County Maricopa
Town Phoenix
Street Address 106 E. Country Club Dr.
Multiple Property Submission Name N/A
Status Listed 10/11/2016
Areas of Significance Architecture
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The Fred G. Hilvert House is significant at the local level under Criterion C as a representative example of a large, single-family residence designed in Mediterranean Revival Style. Characteristic of this style, the house features: two-story massing; a tile roof with overhanging eaves; multi-light, casement windows; and gothic cast stone features. Located in the prestigious Phoenix Country Club, and designed by the locally esteemed architectural firm of Fitzhugh and Byron, the Hilvert House is an excellent representation of an early twentieth century architectural style at its peak in popularity. It retains a high percent of its original design elements that cohesively define its architectural character.

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Properties are listed in the National Register of Historic Places under four criteria: A, B, C, and D. For information on what these criterion are and how they are applied, please see our Bulletin on How to Apply the National Register Criteria