Stonebreaker Heights is a midtown Tulsa neighborhood listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Including homes built from 1910 to 1922, a variety of architectural styles are represented and few homes are identical.
In its time, Stonebreaker Heights was considered one of Tulsa’s more exclusive residential areas, and because of its proximity to downtown Tulsa and the Tulsa River Parks, its values are holding, if not increasing.
Stonebreaker Heights boundaries are 15th Street to the north; 17th Street to the south; Elwood Avenue to the west; and the alley between Cheyenne and Boulder Avenues to the east.
Platted in 1910, Stonebreaker Heights was listed in the National Register of Historic Places on September 6, 2007.
Significant homes in Stonebreaker Heights include the Cosden House “Mission Manor” at 1606 South Carson Avenue, built in 1912; the McFarlin home at 1610 South Carson Avenue, built in 1918; and the Wrightsman home at 1645 South Cheyenne Avenue, built in 1914.
Also within the Stonebreaker Heights historic district is the Resonance Mansion, a center for women. Built by oil baron Frank Beene, the Resonance House is a 3-story Georgian Revival mansion.
The close proximity to the popular River Parks on the Arkansas river and bordering downtown Tulsa make Stonebreaker Heights a wonderful living choice for young professionals and those who work and play in midtown Tulsa and downtown Tulsa!