In 2010, 23 Tulsa properties were sold in the Florence Park neighborhood. Home prices remain very stable in this neighborhood with the lowest home selling for $70,00 and highest selling for $312,000; average price was $172,104. Of the 23 sold, 17 sold for over $150,000 – anything below that price was likely in disrepair.
As of this market snapshot January 15, 2011, there are eight active listings and four properties under contract. Active properties range from $135,000 to $269,000. View a typical Tulsa home for sale in Florence Park.
Florence Park is one of the more established and revered areas of midtown Tulsa, filled with a variety of architectural styles and known best for their gingerbread bungalows. Considered a quaint neighborhood, Florence Park includes two parks owned and operated by the City of Tulsa: Platt Park and Florence Park, where you’ll find tennis courts, picnic benches, playground facilities and water features.
Neighbors walk their dogs along the sidewalks, enjoying the shade from the mature oak trees and enjoy the meticulously kept lawns and landscaping. The smaller midtown properties attract students, young professionals and couples downsizing.
Florence Park boundaries are 15th Street to the north, 21st Street to the south, Harvard to the east and the BA Expressway to the west. Florence Park has an active neighborhood association and meets regularly to discuss neighborhood issues.
Known to many as “the heart of midtown,” Florence Park is walking distance to the University of Tulsa, Cherry Street, and Utica Square Shopping Centre.