Tempe Directory of Historic Buildings 

Tempe has more than 200 historic buildings. Enjoy this searchable directory of information and photos.  For more information on any of these properties or to learn how your property can be listed, please contact Tempe Historic Preservation Officer John_Southard@tempe.gov 

Many of the properties on the Tempe Historic Register, the National Register of Historic Places or the list of historic eligible properties are privately owned and not open to the public. Please respect the privacy of those who may be living in these houses. 

Historic Eligible is a formal classification of parcels which contain buildings, structures, or sites which meet the criteria for designation as a Tempe Historic Property, but which have not been formally designated as "Historic." 

How to Use This Directory

You may search this directory by the categories of Tempe Historic Register, National Historic Register and Historic Eligible Properties. Simply click the down arrow on the All Categories box below and select the one you would like to see. All the properties in that category will appear.  

SUMMARY – Constructed 1941
Historic Use: Residence
Present Use: Residence
National Register Status: Not Listed

SIGNIFICANCE

Constructed in 1941, the house is significant as one of the few pre-1942 building in Tempe; less than two-hundred such buildings are believed to predate the Miller House. It is in the upper 99th percentile of all Tempe buildings in terms of age (p%=0.993). The Miller House is significant for its association with Terrell’s Subdivision, a small 1930 subdivision along south side of W 5th Street between S Wilson Street and S Roosevelt Street. It is also significant as a local variant of Southwestern-style residential architecture. 

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