Architectural Styles of Midtown Tulsa Single-Family Homes
There is a home for everyone in midtown Tulsa. The architectural styles of single-family houses in midtown Tulsa tend to be varied and unique from one house to the next, with a mixture of styles juxtaposed, including:
- Colonial Revival style
- Prairie School style
- American Foursquare style
- Classic Revival style
- Craftsman style
- Spanish Eclectic style
- English Cottage style
- Urban farm house style
- Mid-Century Modern style
- Georgian style
- Italianate style
- California Bungalow style
- Italian Renaissance style
- Tuscan style
- Art Deco style
- Contemporary style
- Federal style
- Queen Anne style
- Ranch style
- Saltbox style
- Tudor Revival style
- Connecticut Farmhouse style
- French Cottage style
- Folk Victorian style
- Gothic Revival style
- Greek Revival style
- National Folk Style
The single-family homes of midtown Tulsa are an architecture fanatic’s dream. The quality and eclectic nature of Tulsa’s architectural design is reflected not only in its midtown single-family homes, but also in the urban architecture, providing many reasons why design lovers should come to Tulsa
When you are driving around midtown Tulsa you will notice that many of the single-family houses for sale remind you of the old Leave it to Beaver TV show, giving the impression that midtown Tulsa looks like the classic neighborhood of Beaver Cleaver or Donna Reed.These classic homes of the 1940’s are often being torn down and being replaced by in-fill, especially by the increasingly popular single-family homes of the modern farmhouse style.
Many of the luxury single-family homes for sale in midtown Tulsa sit on larger parcels that are unplatted, meaning that they are not in a subdivision. These lots are often large enough to show up on my search for country estates on 2 to 5 acres in and around Tulsa. At the time that these luxury houses were constructed, they truly were country estates on the outer periphery of urban Tulsa. Tulsa has continued to grow way beyond it’s original neighborhood boundaries.
Many single-family homes in midtown Tulsa have full basements or partial basements as well as multiple stories above the basement level.
Many of the older single-family houses for sale in midtown Tulsa have garage apartments or quarters which can be used as art studios, home offices, or places for independent relatives or servants to reside.
Each street, each subdivision, each neighborhood in midtown Tulsa has it’s own distinct feel and vibe, especially since, for the most part, single-family homes in midtown Tulsa do not look like other houses on the block.
Since midtown Tulsa was developed over the past hundred years or more, there tend to be more trees, more gardens, and more parks than in other parts of Tulsa. The Brookside neighborhood in particular has fantastic soil for gardening because of it’s being bottomland. However, despite it’s being river bottom, because of the Keystone Dam and flood control measures, there is very minimal chance of there being any occurrence of floods in the Brookside and midtown Tulsa areas.
Most single-family houses in midtown Tulsa are super convenient to public transportation, expressways, shopping, and recreation. Most notable, midtown Tulsans have easy access to the Gathering Place, which is kind of like Disney World without the lines… and it’s free!
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Area covered includes single-family houses located between I-‐244 and Skelly Drive at I-‐44 between Riverside Drive at the Arkansas River and Sheridan Road. All houses are in the Tulsa Public School District in Tulsa County, Oklahoma.
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For market data and absorption rate studies analyzing the residential market trends for houses in midtown Tulsa, check out my Market Analysis category at Midtown Tulsa Housing Market Analysis
To see an interactive map of midtown Tulsa neighborhoods, more specifically, the INCOG map of the City of Tulsa’s neighborhood associations, go to Tulsa Neighborhood Associations
To narrow your search geographically to Brookside, the area in midtown Tulsa between 31st and I-44 between Riverside Drive and Lewis, go to Brookside, Tuls, OK, Homes and Condos for Sale
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