Anyone looking for a gorgeous historic neighborhood in Oklahoma City should check out Edgemere Park homes. The area is full of lovely houses, mostly built in the 1920s and 1930s in the Tudor Revival style.There are also examples of Spanish Eclectic and Colonial Revival styles. Houses typically have brick exteriors and meticulous landscaping. Some are built in a mid-century modern style. There is even some Edgemere Park real estate new construction. Whatever sort of house you opt for, you’ll find interiors that have been fully upgraded with hardwood floors, customized kitchens, and spa-like bathrooms. They often have luxurious master suites, complete with walk-in closets, en-suite bathrooms, and cozy sitting areas.
Not only are Edgemere Park homes beautiful, their location is hugely appealing. There are many excellent public schools as well as great private schools. Downtown Oklahoma City is less than four miles away, and it’s easy to get there via I-235. Edgemere Park is a residential neighborhood, but the surrounding areas have plenty of restaurants and shopping. The Paseo Arts District is a short walk away. It’s easy to get to other OKC landmarks by car, including the zoo, Jewel Box Theatre, and the Science Museum of Oklahoma.
Edgemere Park, which lends its name to the neighborhood, is its focal point. Residents can easily walk to it and enjoy the tranquility and mature trees. A creek runs the length of the park and is a pleasant spot for a walk. Pack a picnic and relax. There’s a playground for kids to run around on, with slides, a climbing structure, and swings. The park hosts annual events, too. Meet up with friends and neighbors for an Easter egg hunt. The Fourth of July Picnic features great food, a parade, and games. The neighborhood association provides hotdogs and buns, and neighbors bring dessert and side dishes. Oktoberfest is another annual event that brings everyone together for bratwurst, beer, and fun.
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