While registered separately on the National Register of Historic Places, both Brady Heights and Owen Park are literally on the northern and western outskirts of downtown Tulsa and are minutes away from the Tulsa Country Club, OSU-Tulsa, River Parks, Blue Dome District, Driller’s Stadium, BOK arena and downtown arts district.
Search for midtown Tulsa homes for sale in the Brady Heights and Owen Park neighborhood.
Homes in Brady Heights were constructed during 1906-1925 and architectural styles represented include Victorian, Foursquare, Georgian Revival and bungalows – known for large columns, large porches and detached carriage houses, originally used for servant’s quarters. Brady Heights has an active neighborhood association – please visit the Brady Heights Neighborhood Association web site.Brady Mansion photo above courtesy of David Stapleton through Wikimedia Commons.
The less pretentious homes of Owen Park were constructed from 1910-1930 and are primarily bungalow in architectural style. Popular subdivisions in the area include Reservoir Hill, Gilcrease Hills, Heritage Hills, Melrose, Greenwood District, Osage Hills, Skyline Ridge, and Burgess Hills.
Brady Heights boundaries:
North: Marshall Street
East: Alley between Cheyenne Avenue & Main Street
South: Inner Dispersal Loop
West: Osage Expressway right-of-way, alley between Elwood and Denver Avenue
Owen Park boundaries:
North: Edison Street
East: Frisco Avenue
South: Keystone Expressway
West: Zenith Avenue
Both Brady Heights and Owen Park are becoming popular alternatives to the more expensive homes in midtown Tulsa as the properties are restored to their original majesty and residents enjoy the proximity to the many popular downtown venues.