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Historic Neighborhoods: Homes in midtown Tulsa, Oklahoma

Posted By Chris Davenport @ 12:00pm In: Midtown Homes

 

Historic houses are soulful places, and that's why I've always loved historic architecture. If you love classical homes, then you'll absolutely love the homes in midtown Tulsa, Oklahoma. There are so many amazing neighborhoods in midtown Tulsa that SIXTEEN neighborhoods have been placed on the National Register of Historic Places. I'd like to describe a few of these incredible neighborhoods.

The architects who built the homes in Brady Heights were influenced by the Bungalow, Georgian Revival, Victorian, Prairie School, and Queen Anne styles. These homes were built between 1906-1925, and they are absolutely gorgeous. The newer Brady Heights homes are located north of Marshall Street, while the older Brady Heights homes are located south of it.

Much of the Buena Vista neighborhood was constructed in the 1920s. These homes were built mainly in the Colonial Revival and Prairie School motifs. The homes in Buena Vista have an amazing view of the Arkansas River. This makes Buena Vista one of the most sought-after neighborhoods in all of midtown Tulsa.

During Tulsa's oil boom, upper middle class citizens built the Carlton Place neighborhood. This neighborhood hearkens back to the 1920s oil boom. It's a beautiful historic district. Many people love this neighborhood simply because the homes are some of the most ornate in all of midtown Tulsa.

Midtown Tulsa, OK real estate is a sight to behold. You need to check this place out. These homes are absolutely magical. Also, it is a good time to invest, because the prices are good.

 

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