In an area that was once considered the outer suburbs of Oklahoma City, Putnam Heights has quickly grown into one of the top mid-city neighborhoods around. It’s bursting with historic charm and it provides a bit of serenity in the bustling urban city that surrounds it. Putnam Heights homes are varied, and the neighborhood is continuing to gain momentum as residents restore and revitalize the neighborhood.
Location: Bordered by NW 38th Street in the north, Classen Boulevard in the east, NW 35th Street in the south and Blackwelder Avenue in the west.
What to Expect: Delightful, primarily compact homes full of history and character.
What You'll Love: Georgian, Renaissance, Tudor and Colonial architectural styles. Four miles from downtown.
History: First developed at the turn of the century on land that used to house the Oklahoma Military Institute, Putnam Heights is now recognized as a historic district.
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