Check Out This 2 Million Dollar Historic Tudor Mansion in Oklahoma City
If you're looking to invest in a piece of Oklahoma history, then this 2 million dollar Tudor mansion for sale in Oklahoma City is for you! This home exudes elegance and prestige with intricate architecture and astonishing detail.
Located in Oklahoma City's Heritage Hills neighborhood, this historic home at 1415 N Hudson Ave is currently available for $2,475,000 with Wyatt Poindexter Group. With 10,123 square feet, the home features five bedrooms, 4.2 bathrooms and a four car garage. As you explore the home, you'll be greeted by a grand staircase anointed with an original stained glass mural, which is believed to be an original Tiffany creation.
You'll also find an elevated dining room, exquisite kitchen, charming breakfast nook, grand living room, serene outdoor oasis, private theatre room, spacious ballroom and a luxurious wine cellar. Above the four-car garage is an updated apartment perfect for guests or additional living arrangements.
This home has played a part in American history!
According to the real estate agency, this home has hosted various "esteemed individuals, including Hollywood stars and former presidents." The home was constructed in 1907 for Oklahoma business man Ed. H. Cooke. It's considered an "architectural masterpiece" showcasing "the elegance of Elizabethan design. Adorned with exquisite oak and mahogany woodwork, the house boasts fifteen rooms, a magnificent grand staircase, and a breathtaking stained glass window. Its crowning jewel is a spacious ballroom located on the third floor, adding a touch of grandeur to the residence."
The home went through a few owners and in the 1960s, fell into disrepair like many of the surrounding grand homes until an ordinance was enacted to preserve historic homes. But in 1964, the home was slated to be demolished and turned into a parking lot, but the residents of Heritage Hills sought to protect homes along NW 14th Street. Now this architectural treasure still stands for us to admire! Or if we're lucky, a chance to live in.
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