Historic Midtown Home on 1-acre lot for sale: 2823 E 49th Street, Tulsa $175,000
What stories these walls could tell. This area of midtown was farm and dairy land when this home was built in 1930. This charming and historic home nestled on an acre lot is in the prestigious Patrick Henry and Eliot school districts.
Updates and additions have been made over the years. The original kitchen is now used as a butler’s pantry and includes a half-bath. A larger kitchen and den was added in the 70s. What was once a side sleeping porch has been converted to an office and is separated from the formal dining area by beautiful French doors.
A master suite to include a master bedroom with fireplace, glamour bath, walk-in closet and sitting area has been framed out on the second level, but not finished. It awaits your drywall, paint and finishing touches.
The two bedrooms up both have handy built-ins and there is a full bath accessible to both.
So many things original to the home are intact and the richness and the historical significance of the home are visible everywhere — from the high ceilings, plaster walls, original light fixtures and handsome hardwood floors.
There are two fireplaces downstairs, a bedroom, full bath, walk-in closet and separate utility on the first level. Like many homes built in this era, a basement is there for your safety during tornado season. The current owner added a 600+ square foot detached workshop, perfect for an art studio or any type of side business/hobby.
Visit this grand home of yesteryear and explore the possibilities of the mansion it could be today.
Home priced to reflect needed repairs/updates, addition completion.
Historic Midtown Home on 1-acre wooded lot
|Lori Dawn Cain|
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