In the northeastern part of Oklahoma, you can find the beautiful city of Tulsa. It is often termed the "Green Country" due to its rolling green hills, which you can find in many of the popular residential neighborhoods. With a population of around 399,682, there are plenty of urban districts that offer stylish living at a variety of income levels. Young professionals and art enthusiasts are often found living in Downtown Tulsa, while many middle-class families dwell in the Riverview Historic District.
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For those individuals looking for martini bars, antique shops, or a vibrant social scene, Brookside is an ideal upscale neighborhood that prides itself in providing a safe and fun place to shop. Many residents prefer to walk or bike to all of the unique coffee houses and eateries that it has to offer. Brookside is also known as the place to go for the best sushi in Tulsa. Residents that prefer an environment that it is cozier often choose to live in the quaint Cherry Street district. It is home to the Cherry Street Farmer's Market, which is a major hotspot for Tulsa residents that enjoy a lively shopping experience. Homes in this district are known for their traditional yet charming qualities.
The South Tulsa neighborhood contains several family favorites: Philbrook Museum of Art, Tulsa Zoo, LaFortune Park, and Turkey Mountain Urban Wilderness. Highway 169 and Highway 51 offer easy access to other cultural attractions such as the Tulsa Performing Arts Center, Tulsa Garden Center and Gilcrease Museum. Some residents prefer more exciting nightlife, and instead flock to the Blue Dome Entertainment District. If you are looking to raise a family, Tulsa is an excellent city to do so because the cost of living is 6 percent lower than the national average. Tulsa Public Schools has 86 schools, and serves approximately 42,000 students. The schools are divided into 7 districts, with a total of 2,978 certified staff. This creates a student to teacher ratio of 16.04 to 1. Tulsa is also home to two college campuses that are often used for both students and nonstudents who want to enjoy a beautiful afternoon stroll. If you would like to experience all of the cultural opportunities that Tulsa, Oklahoma has to offer, then browse our selection of homes for sale to find the property that is right for you.