Unknown to many potential homebuyers, there are several affordable neighborhoods in Midtown Tulsa. So, if you are a bargain hunter looking for a nice historic home in Midtown Tulsa, you should consider the Stonebraker Heights area, the Tracy Park areas and the Maple Ridge area.
These areas of Midtown are steadily growing stronger. Several homes have even been renovated and updated. And although many consider these areas to be transitional, you can find great bargains. Plus there have been great amounts from public and private investors that have helped revitalize downtown Tulsa, OK, which has helped these neighborhoods make a comeback.
More affordable homes can be found in areas that border Midtown Tulsa such as north by I-244, west by the Arkansas River, south by 21st Street and east by Yale Avenue. Some of the most popular neighborhoods were built in the 30s, 40s, and 50s, including Florence Park and Lewiston Gardens. You can find beautiful three bedroom homes in the $150,000 to $200,000 range.
If you’re looking for even better bargains, you can find them north and south of the Tulsa County Fairgrounds near Yale Ave and 21st. There are homes in these areas that can be snatched up for less $100,000.