6 beautiful homes in Tulsa
Brookside. This four-bedroom home on Crow Creek is walking distance to a park and area shopping. The 1938 house has been updated with commercial-grade kitchen appliances and smart-home elements; features include built-ins and a master bedroom with a fireplace and vaulted wood ceiling.
The 0.44-acre wooded lot has a lawn, pool, fireplace, and covered seating area. $1,168,000. Deborah McGuire and Jessica Cooley McDonnell, Coldwell Banker Select, (918) 695-9711.
South Bolewood. Built in 2000, this 12,462-square-foot brick house with interiors by Stephen Sills was featured in Architectural Digest. The six-bedroom home has high ceilings, a patterned wood inlaid hall floor, a library, a wine room, and a chef's kitchen with rustic wood beams and marble counters.
The 4-acre property includes gardens, yards, a pond, a new pool house, and a lap pool. $6,950,000. Jack Allen, Fox + Allen Realty, (918) 633-7793.
Garden District. On the market for the first time since 1964, this 1926 four-bedroom home features the original terra-cotta tile floors, arched doorways, ceramic fireplace surround, juniper-pine beams, and pounded-silver door hardware.
Interior spaces include a finished basement with terrazzo floors and a stacked-stone fireplace, and an efficiency apartment over the garage. Outside are yards, a patio, and mature trees. $672,000. Casey Grippando, Keller Williams Realty, (918) 899-3825.
Garden District. This 2014 three-bedroom brick home was designed by architect Pat Fox. Details include an open floor plan, double-height ceilings, floor-to-ceiling steel-frame windows, four fireplaces, and white-oak herringbone floors throughout.
The 0.89-acre corner lot is on a cul-de-sac and features an outdoor fireplace, a patio, lawns, trees, and a three-car garage. $2,275,000. Peter Walter, Walter & Associates, (918) 688-1260.
Yorktown. Built in 1926, this three-bedroom redbrick bungalow was recently remodeled. The new kitchen has quartz countertops, stainless appliances, and Spanish-style tile insets; the living room features a large arched window, an arched doorway, a fireplace with original details, and a vaulted ceiling with wraparound beams.
The fenced yard includes a patio and space for a lawn and garden beds. $660,000. Laura Hawkins, McGraw Realtors, (918) 260-7885.
Brookside. This four-bedroom 1930 Craftsman cottage has been renovated with an open-concept layout and new roof, HVAC, plumbing, and electrical. The living room with fireplace and stepped ceiling leads into a kitchen with a waterfall island and dining area.
The property has a yard, mature trees, flower beds, and a new front porch, and is walkable to shopping, restaurants, and riverside trails. $355,000. Sahar Abdalla, Chinowth & Cohen Realtors, (918) 813-3383.