The neighborhoods north of downtown Oklahoma City are full of historic homes, built in stately styles like Colonial Revival and Tudor Revival. If you love classic architecture but are looking for something a little bit more homey, check out Jefferson Park homes. Jefferson Park real estate was developed starting in the early 1900s and continuing through about 1939. The most prevalent style is the Bungalow style.
These homes typically have a deep front porch, perfect for people watching and relaxing when the weather is warm. Inside, they have been carefully maintained. Original details, like crown molding, picture windows, and built in storage have been preserved. You’ll often find working fireplaces in the living room, and there might be another one in the master bedroom. Kitchens have been upgraded with a dishwasher, large island for food prep, custom cabinetry, and new hardware. The bedrooms are spacious and inviting. The master bedroom will usually have a walk in closet and ensuite bathroom. Some have French doors leading to a deck or balcony.
When it comes to public schools, there are several excellent options close to Jefferson Park homes. Parents can also opt for one of the many highly respected private schools in the area.
Jefferson Park is just minutes away from downtown Oklahoma City on I-235. The neighborhood itself is almost entirely residential and quiet. Two parks, Sparrow Park and Goodholm Park, provide community gathering spaces. Sparrow Park has a small playground, with slides and swings, as well as rocks kids will love the climb. A paved pathway winds around and through the park and is a nice spot for a walk. Goodholm Park also has a fun play structure, where kids can climb, swing, and slide. Five tennis courts provide a favorite spot for tennis players to meet friends for some friendly competition.
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