Historic c.1926 Oakwold Mansion in Tulsa, OK Reduced to $3.75M
4133 S Victor Court, Tulsa, Oklahoma, United States, 74105
One of Tulsa’s landmark historic mansions with a history dating the mid-1920s has been reduced to $3,750,000. George S. Bole commissioned architectural firm Holt, Prize and Barnes to design and build the substantial brick residence in 1926. It was completed in 1931. It’s known as The Oakwold Mansion and sits on a 2.73 acre property. The nearly 14,000 square foot mansion originally sat on a much larger 160 acre tract of land with amenities such as a private horse race track, stables, carriage house and caretaker’s cottage. The mansion still retains much of the period detail and charm of the past with large scale entertaining rooms, a grand formal entry, eleven fireplaces and a panelled study with tracery ceiling. There are nine bedrooms, six full and one half bathrooms throughout the home. The 2.73 acre property comes gated with entrances opening to two separate streets, a private swimming pool, tennis court and formal gardens. The Oakwold Mansion is on the market for $3,750,000 with Peter M. Walter with Walter & Associates, Inc.