Cottage in Heart of Midtown Tulsa $850/mo.
From $65 / night
Description from the owner
Description from the owner
Off of Route 66 & near Cherry Street. 5 minutes to downtown.Very nice recently-remodeled "cottage" behind classic-style house with fenced yard!
2 total rooms: Living Room/Kitchenette & bedroom. Full bathroom with shower. Free wifi! Free Netflix! Roku streaming video player! Has washer and dryer! $300/week. $850/month.
==== Overview ====
This is a small 2-room cottage nestled behind a classic house in a quiet walkable neighborhood. The cottage is in excellent condition and has been fully remodeled (all new plumbing, electricity, walls, kitchenette, bathroom and flooring). Newer ice-cold A/C. Cottage is 300 square feet. In the fenced back yard, ...Read more
About the owner
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Cottage in Heart of Midtown Tulsa $850/mo. Tulsa, Oklahoma
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Additional Location Information
The Neighborhood and Nearby Attractions
This cottage is conveniently located near the University of Tulsa & Downtown Tulsa between Route 66 & "Cherry Street" (15th street between Peoria & Harvard). It is right across from the Fairgrounds. Furthermore, it is conveniently located near St. Johns Medical Center, OSU Medical Center, & Hillcrest Hospital.
We have a map available with many local attractions listed. We also have many of our favorite places on a guidebook at the house.
Nearby art attractions include the Philbrook & Gilcrease Museum (which houses the world's largest, most comprehensive collection of art of the American West) along with the Woody Guthrie Center. We are about five minutes away from great concert & entertainment venues such as the BOK Center, Tulsa Performing Arts Center & Cain's Ballroom.
Local elegant shopping & dining spots include Utica Square, Cherry Street & Brookside. The Deco District has a variety of restaurants & shopping areas in the heart of downtown including unique Art-Deco-themed shop Decopolis & a Mid-Century-themed restaurant The Vault.
While in Tulsa, visit the local boutiques & shops along these districts. Also, conveniently located nearby are the Blue Dome, Pearl & Brady Art Districts, filled with many Tulsa nightlife destinations. The Brady District includes a variety of art galleries, bars & dining spots along with “Guthrie Green” – an outdoor stage & park in the heart of downtown.
Tours of Tulsa are available from (website hidden) or from the Tulsa Historical Society. Call for info.
Sports fans will be able to enjoy games at the local universities, such as The University of Tulsa, Oklahoma State University Tulsa, Oklahoma Wesleyan, Langston University, & Oral Roberts University.
Sports fans will be able to enjoy games at the local universities, such as The University of Tulsa, Oklahoma State University Tulsa, Oklahoma Wesleyan, Langston University, & Oral Roberts University. Within minutes, be at ONEOK Field—home of the Tulsa Drillers, H.A. Chapman Stadium—home of the University of Tulsa Golden Hurricane football team, or the BOK Center—home of the WNBA Tulsa Shock & the Tulsa Oilers—the local Central Hockey League team.
Nearby, guests can visit the Tulsa Garden Center rose gardens, Woodward Park & Linnaeus Teaching Gardens. Nature lovers should not miss the beautiful drive along the Arkansas River —Riverside Drive. Families can enjoy a visit to Swan Lake, the Tulsa Zoo, & seasonal performances at Discoveryland.
The "Renaissance" neighborhood is full of cottage & bungalow-style houses from the 1930's. It is very walkable with friendly neighbors & warm atmosphere. Several nearby parks are within walking distance including Gary Park and Pratt Park. Local food places within walking distance include Maxxwell's, Florence Park Café, Merritt's Bakery Capp's BBQ and Sam's Southern Eatery. Jimmy John's is a couple blocks away & delivers subs. Check out Tally's Cafe for a classic Route 66 diner experience!
Local food places within walking distance include Maxxwell's, Florence Park Café, Merritt's Bakery, University of Wash (Bar, Arcade & hot Sandwich shop) & Capp's BBQ.
A car is recommended for anywhere in Tulsa. However, other transportation options around the area and to downtown are available and reasonably priced.
By Taxi: Taxis are easily available along with ride-share/taxi services such as Uber & Lyft. These two services are often available to the home within 5 minutes. Taxi cost to downtown is typically $6-10.
By Bus: Three Tulsa Transit bus lines are nearby: 11th Street (111), 15th Street (215) and Harvard (210). All three go downtown. There are several nearby stops on 11th, 15th and Harvard. Use the "Tulsa Transit Scheduler" to find a stop.
Once downtown, ride the Old Urban Trolley for free 5pm - 2am every Friday & Saturday night with stops at Guthrie Green, The Brady Arts District, BOK Center, The Mayo Hotel, Tulsa Deco District, Tulsa PAC & the Blue Dome District.
More About This Location
Nearest airport: Tulsa International Airport, 6.5 miles
Car is recommended