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That is a pretty cool house; it has good bones. I live a few blocks away but don't know who built it. I found the neighborhood plat online; the subdivision is called Cavalier Estates 2 and was subdivided in 1961. The map shows Collar, Williams, and White of Scottsdale as the civil engineering firm. The job number is 610714-A. See the map here: http://18.104.22.168/PlatTif/096/096P3501_Official.tif
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More than likely, the builder was Gene Hancock. The "Cavalier Homes" name went through several different builders during the 50's; in 1958 Hancock took it over.
The first Hancock-built Cavalier subdivision was Cavalier Vista 3&4 (located at the southwest corner of Miller and Thomas). Next was Cavalier Hills in Tempe, at Scottsdale & McKellips.
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