Home on .93+/- ac in Desirable Midtown Tulsa Neighborhood
Mid-Century Modern home with pool located in the affluent and historic midtown neighborhood of Forest Hills. Previously featured in several local architectural publications and home tours. Includes 4,300+/- sf of living space, a basement and a three-car garage, and is in the process of being renovated.
Originally designed in 1959 by Tulsa architect Gene Starr, the house was previously configured with three bedrooms, three full and two half baths and a recreational room that could be an office downstairs. The home has been under renovation and interior walls, appliances and plumbing have been removed. The property offers multiple outdoor living areas.
The backyard features a secluded patio entertaining area, wisteria covered pergola, terraced landscaping, mature trees, a one-of-a-kind pirate treehouse and an oversized heated pool.
Three-car garage offers large storage closets accessed from inside and out, and an adjacent utility or service yard is fenced to house garden and landscaping items. In its current state, it is possible for the new owner to determine their own customized floor plan or start from scratch and utilize the land for a custom estate. The current homeowner will convey a complete set of architectural and interior design plans and the designer is available for private consultation if desired. This premier property is located near two major hospital complexes and within walking distance of private schools, the Philbrook Museum and upscale shopping and dining at Utica Square.
Lot Eight (8), of the Resubdivison of Block 10, FOREST HILLS ADDITION to the City of Tulsa, Tulsa County, State of Oklahoma, according to the recorded Plat No. 2104.
• Seller is a licensed Oklahoma real estate broker. Oklahoma license number 081045.
• Quick Close available.
• Buyer's represented by a real estate broker shall be required to pay a Buyer's Broker Fee of 1.5% of the high bid amount
OK Broker: Bradford Peter White Re Lic 149972; Williams & Williams Re Lic 080495