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November 13, 2011

Won’t You Be My Neighbor? Tulsa, Oklahoma

By Sablemable aka Jan

 

“Well maintained.  One owner custom built home.”   “Potential to create your dream home.”

Yes, that’s the description the realtor used to describe this 1955 built ranch home in Tulsa.  The home is located at 2610 E. 44th Street and has 3 bedrooms, 3 full bathrooms and 1 half bathroom.  It also has an office/den which could become a 4th bedroom.  There is 3,250 square feet, a 3 car attached garage and a beautiful stone exterior.  McGraw Realtors of Tulsa is the broker and may be reached at (918) 592-6000.  The price is $285,000.00.  Photos are courtesy of McGraw Realtors and Keller Williams.

 

THE FRONT

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THE BACK

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THE FOYER

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THE LIVING ROOM

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THE DINING ROOM

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THE FAMILY ROOM

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THE KITCHEN

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THE MASTER BEDROOM AND BATH

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THE TWO OTHER FULL BATHROOMS

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This is a fantastic MCM home!  I really love the front doors and the family room, plus the kitchen is huge, plenty of room for all of your St. Charles cabinets, Saraaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa!!!!!!

 

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Finally, just a reminder that you have until midnight EST on November 20, 2011 to enter our “Odds ‘N Ends” contest.  The first, second and third prizes are marvelous retro Christmas cards from What’s Buzzin’ (www.whatsbuzzin.com). 

Your entry project must be something that expresses the retro era or uses retro/vintage  materials and some of your submission has to be reused or thrifted. The project does not have to be complete, but you must photograph your project as it progresses.  Send you photos/story to ruth@nopatternrequired.com.

So, put on your creative think caps, readers and show us what you got!

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5 Responses to Won’t You Be My Neighbor? Tulsa, Oklahoma

  1. Sara in AZ Reply

    November 13, 2011 at 1:59 pm

    This place is SO amazing Sable!!! I love all that stone, the fireplace is gorgeous. And the bathrooms are awesome too! You are right, the pink cabs would fit perfectly in that kitchen! Oh how I wish this was for sale in AZ, I would be running over to put an offer in on it! 🙂

    • sablemable Reply

      November 13, 2011 at 2:46 pm

      Saraaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa!!!!!! Everytime I look at the kitchens in these homes, I’m always checking to see if your cabs would fit in, LOL!

  2. The Vintage Reader Reply

    November 13, 2011 at 3:22 pm

    Well… that neighborhood used to be really neat: lots of houses like this one, big lots, etc. But now it’s a mix of huge ugly compounds and tiny ranch houses, with a few of these gems that are probably going to be sold to someone who will tear them down and cram three McMansions on the lot. I would not pay that much in that area, just because chances are good that your next-door neighbors will sell to a developer and you’ll end up surrounded by weird concrete towers or something. For $285K you could go across 41st St. and get a place in a beautiful neighborhood with historic status (so no monster compounds). I’d be surprised if this place fetches that asking price; there are much better bargains in midtown Tulsa.

  3. Uncle Atom Reply

    November 13, 2011 at 3:55 pm

    Very cool house, my favorites are the front entry, the fireplace, of course the vintage bathrooms, and that back patio!

  4. veg-o-matic Reply

    November 15, 2011 at 12:06 pm

    Holy crap, that kitchen! It’s like something out of the Debbie Reynolds show.

    Holy crap!

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