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Wyatt Poindexter

405-315-4896

325 NW 15th St, Oklahoma City, OK 73103

$1,495,000 5 Bedrooms 4.1 Bathrooms 6,220 Square Feet

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HISTORICAL HERITAGE HILLS LUXURY ESTATE IN DOWNTOWN OKC
$1,495,000
5 BEDROOMS
4.1 BATHROOMS
3 CAR GARAGE
6220 SQUARE FEET
LOT SIZE:
0.585
Contact Listing Realtor, WYATT POINDEXTER with Keller Williams Elite at 405-417-5466 for more information OR to schedule an appointment to preview this home.

Finished basement is 3,450 SF & Garage Apt is 840 Sf. These ARE NOT INCLUDED in the sf.

The historic home at 325 NW 15th St is a place of eternal delight. It was originally built for DW Hogan, the Chairman of City National Bank in 1913. It can (and has) gone from the host site for a sit-down dinner for 90 people honoring a Nobel Prize winner, to the intimate site where a few friends gather in the bar in front of a fire to talk and enjoy a libation, from a venue for a reception for Supreme Court justices or the governor, to the place where family and friends gather in the spacious dining room for holiday feasts. The warmth of time-tempered wood brings a feeling of warmth to large, airy rooms. Large expanses of wall allow for display of art collections. The house is large, but with 18" thick solid masonry walls it has withstood all tests and is a frugal user of energy. The house was the winner of the 1996 Fine Home Award and the 2011 Special Fine Home Award, both awarded by Historical Preservation, Inc. for the complete house renovation and subsequent care. Almost all rooms consist of plaster on lathe walls with stretched canvas that is original. Eleven foot ceilings with picture molding and other craftwork give the feeling of being in a palace. A new owner will be given the original blueprints for the house and the plates denoting the awards.

Heritage Hills is the name of the first district within the State of Oklahoma to be designated by local ordinance as an area of historical significance. Since this designation, renovation and restoration activities in the area have increased markedly.

During the period shortly after the turn of the century when Oklahoma City was a small prairie town of some 25,000 inhabitants, many of the leaders and future leaders of Oklahoma City chose this area to build their homes and to raise their families. The building and development of this area continued until about 1930. An early roster of the residents of this area contained the names of the city's leading bankers, merchants, builders, doctors, lawyers and civic leaders.

In addition to parks and boulevards, other major landscape features are readily identifiable. Rows of tall elm and other trees line many streets. The Heritage Hills Historic District is one of only a few neighborhoods in Oklahoma City which has sidewalks. The district is marked by distinctive street signs that are emblazoned with the seal of Historic Preservation, Inc., the private, non-profit preservation association organized by the homeowners of Heritage Hills.

There are 362 residences in the Heritage Hills Historic District, 97% of which were constructed by 1930. The Heritage Hills Historical and Architectural District has possibly the finest and most architecturally diverse group of buildings of any neighborhood area in Oklahoma City.
Most of the early construction in the Heritage Hills Historic District was concentrated in Classen Highland Parked Addition and West Highland Addition. These Additions were almost completely developed by 1920.

Today, Heritage Hills is still home to city leaders and young families alike just as it was 100 years ago. The tree-lined sidewalks and irreplaceable historic spaces offer a quality of life that only comes with age and history. The pioneer spirit continues - with an integral social community and strong alliances beyond its borders. While it embraces the practicality and progress offered by modern life, it continues to battle against the forces that would dissolve its character.

Total Livable Square Footage includes: basement and guest apartment.
ADDITIONAL INFORMATION
  • MLS #762188
  • Built in 1913
  • Property Tax: $6,783/yr
  • School District: Oklahoma City
  • Area of Town: Downtown OKC
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