Located in the heart of midtown Tulsa, just a block away from Expo Square, in the safe and charming Mayo Meadow neighborhood. Also nearby is The University of Tulsa, Downtown Tulsa, hospitals, shopping, parks, restaurants, bars, etc. With its original hardwood floors and glass doorknobs, yet newly remodeled spaces, this home retains its historic charm while being completely modern and updated. It's perfect for solo travelers, couples, families, business travelers... anyone coming to Tulsa!
This home is a dedicated Airbnb space only! All closet space, and high-speed WiFi bandwidth, belong to guests!
Home has its original hardwood floors. Plush, new, area rugs are added for comfort and style. The Master Bath has been completely renovated with a newly added shower. To complete the Master spa experience, the Master Bedroom even features a new, king-sized, Tempur-Pedic mattress. The other two bedrooms feature queen-sized beds. The hide-a-bed in the living room is also queen-sized.
All furniture and furnishings are also new, including a 48" Samsung Smart TV in the living area, and 32" Roku Smart TV in the Master. Included are expanded cable, HBO, Starz, Showtime, Amazon Prime, and Netflix.
The kitchen is charming, and fully equipped, with gas oven/range, fridge with ice and filtered water, and garbage disposal. We even have new small appliances like a coffee pot, blender, toaster, Crock-Pot; also, a knife block, cutlery, glasses, and pots and pans, help to ensure a home-away-from-home experience.
The backyard is fenced and features a deck with patio seating. There's also a secured double-car garage.
We are just a quick phone call away! We will answer any and all questions you might have about the house, as well do our best to answer whatever questions you might have about your stay in Tulsa.
Our goal is to provide our guests with an effortless, comfortable stay. We want you to feel like you're at home, or make your stay even more luxe than staying at home!
We have installed a state-of-the-art alarm system and guests will be provided their own access code (which will expire upon check-out). Our keyless code panel on the front door also makes check-in easy.
The neighborhood is both safe and inviting. Homes and yards are very well maintained. The majority of the houses in the area were built before the 1950s. They’re quaint cottages and bungalows full of charm and character. Neighbors are frequently out walking their dogs and strolling through the neighborhood. Homes in this area are only on the market for days as this area is so popular due to it’s central, midtown location, and neighborhood appeal.
There is so much to do in this area, especially with Expo Square/Tulsa Fairgrounds being two blocks away. Utica Square, an upscale shopping and dining area, is less than 2 miles away (with a 24-hour Walgreens). There are so many restaurants and places to shop within a few miles. Please see our Welcome Book for all of the best, local hotspots and maps.
1 mile: Reasor’s Foods, Wal-Mart Neighborhood Market, Target, Starbucks, CVS, Quik-Trip, Florence Park (playground, splash pad, tennis courts)
2 miles: Woodward Park, St. John’s Medical Center, The University of Tulsa, Safari Joe’s H20 Waterpark, Cherry Street
3 miles: Philbrook Museum of Fine Art
5 miles: Brookside and Downtown: BOK center, Tulsa Performing Arts Center, Woody Guthrie Center, Guthrie Green, Hillcrest Medical Center, and ONEOK Field (Driller’s baseball)
8 miles: Tulsa International Airport, Gilcrease Museum, Tulsa Air & Space Museum
11 miles: The Tulsa Zoo and Mohawk Park
By Foot: Walking to the Tulsa County Fairgrounds/Expo Center is easy. Walking to the Tulsa County Fairgrounds/Expo Center is very doable from this house, though. There’s always something going on there, including national and international shows: horse shows, home and garden shows, gun shows, car shows, the Tulsa State Fair, and the weekly Tulsa Flea Market.
By Car: Tulsa’s a very easy-to-navigate city given its street’s simple grid pattern. Also, our highways are easily accessed from this home: I-244, HWY 51, HWY 64, I-44, all have on and off ramps within 2 miles.
-Uber and Lyft are usually less than 4 minutes away.
-Taxis are also available with a ride downtown costing around $10.
-Car Rental agencies, including Enterprise (2.4 miles away) and Hertz (5 miles away), are very close.
By Bus: Tulsa Transit bus routes are nearby, with many stops around T-Town. Map is in Welcome Book, link to the network at:
Downtown Trolley: If you’re downtown on Friday or Saturday night (5:30pm - 1:30am), the Tulsa Downtown Trolley provides FREE transportation to 13 stops in the Brady Arts District, Deco District, and Blue Dome District. This loop hits all the best venues, restaurants, and bars.