We give up a lot of luxuries in our historic midtown homes, but more and more Tulsa home buyers are demanding a first floor master bedroom. In our traditional 2-story homes found in Maple Ridge, Sunset Terrace, Swan Lake, Terwilleger Heights, and more – the bedrooms are typically all on the second floor, unless a major renovation has been done.
Searching from 11th Street to 51st Street, Riverside to Harvard, I found 58 2-story properties with a first floor master bedroom. Prices certainly vary!
- Below $500,000, there are 21 properties that meet this criteria. The average price is $398,304 and average square footage is 2,958.
- Between $500,000 and one million, there are 28 midtown Tulsa properties with a first floor master bedroom. Average price in this range is $737,296 and average square footage is 3,951.
- Above one million dollars list price, there are nine midtown Tulsa properties with a first floor master bedroom. AVERAGE price is $1,692,100 with only one property listed over two million dollars. Average square footage in this search is 6,598.
Of the original 58 properties that meet the criteria of a 1st-floor master bedroom, 36 were built after 1985, with the majority built since 2006. That shows that the builders are responding to Buyer’s needs.
Home buyers are flocking to midtown Tulsa because of the convenience to entertainment, restaurants, parks, downtown Tulsa, several hospitals, the airport and more. In addition to enjoying a plethora of locally-owned businesses and farmer’s markets, midtown Tulsa is minutes from the Tulsa Riverparks, BOK Center, new baseball stadium, museums, art galleries and Utica Square shopping center.
Midtown Tulsa homes with first floor master bedroom
One midtown Tulsa property for sale with a first floor master bedroom that I would like to highlight is 2434 South Norfolk, in the heart of Sunset Terrace. Although built in the 1960s, this home was gutted and remodeled in 2008 – so updated electrical, plumbing – and the openness of new construction.
If you have particular needs or wants in your midtown Tulsa home search, please call me. 918-852-5036
I know midtown Tulsa well, because I live here!
Content written and published by Lori Cain.