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Mediterranean Villa Designed by Richardson Robertson in Tulsa, OK Reduced to $6.5M (PHOTOS)

Mediterranean Villa Designed by Richardson Robertson in Tulsa, OK Reduced to $6.5M (PHOTOS)

Mediterranean Villa Designed by Richardson Robertson in Tulsa, OK Reduced to $6.5M (PHOTOS)
November 08
13:29 2018

Mediterranean Villa Designed by Richardson Robertson in Tulsa, OK Reduced to $6.5M

1396 E 27th Place, Tulsa, Oklahoma, United States, 74114

Described as the sister estate to Tulsa’s expansive Philbrook Museum of Art, this sprawling 17,000 square foot residence was designed by architect Richardson Robertson and was developed in 2001. The six bedroom, eight full and four half bathroom mansion was recently reduced to $6,500,000 and last sold for $5,000,000 in 2013. Set on 2 acres with double gated entries, the property offers a large motor court, swimming pool, formal gardens and lovely terraces. The 17,370 square foot Mediterranean Villa includes a gorgeous central winding staircase, ornate formal living and dining rooms, a sunroom right off the pages of Architectural Digest and a level of detail rarely seen in newer construction. The property is right across the street from the Philbrook Museum of Art and just 7 minutes from downtown Tulsa. It’s on the market for $6,500,000 $7,500,000 with Katy Houchin.

 













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