Tulsa homes for sale near Cascia Hall Preparatory school, midtown Tulsa real estate
Home buyers often search for Tulsa homes for sale around Cascia Hall Preparatory school so their children will be within walking distance to school. Known as “Cascia Hall” to most Tulsans – or simply “Cascia,” the school has a small student body of nearly 600 and serves young men and women in grades 6-12. Their beautiful campus is located on 40 acres in historic midtown Tulsa.
Within a half-mile radius of Cascia Hall, there are currently 25 Tulsa midtown homes for sale ranging in price from $259,000 to one property over one million and one property over two million.
The average price of Tulsa homes for sale near Cascia Hall is $516,194 and average square footage is 2,942.
Generally speaking, the less expensive homes for sale near Cascia Hall are smaller square footage. Larger, more expensive homes are more updated and have amenities such as in-ground pools and outdoor kitchens. There is a modest amount of new construction for sale near Cascia Hall – two active listings and two closed listings built since 1990. Because the historic significance and beauty of the homes are so appreciated, most homeowners opt to renovate older properties with amenities appreciated today.
Neighborhoods in this area near Cascia Hall include Wells Health, Wildwood, Terwilleger Heights, Forest Hills, Harters, Woody Crest, Megee, Brentwood Heights, Rockbridge Park, Woodward Park, Travis Heights and more. Architectural styles vary from English Tudor to Spanish to French to Colonial.
And all are in walking distance of beautiful parks such as Swan Lake and Woodward Park. Also within walking distance is the Philbrook Museum of Art, Tulsa Historical Society, Utica Square Shopping Centre, and St. John’s Medical Center. And of course, not too far away is Cherry Street where you will find additional dining and shopping choices.
If you are relocating to Tulsa, you might consider shopping Tulsa homes for sale near Cascia Hall Preparatory School – it’s the best little corner in midtown Tulsa!
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