Scroll below for a list of Central and Northwest OKC Communities and homes for sale!
Come explore the possibilities in Oklahoma City. Located in the heart of the state, Oklahoma City’s western charm and lively atmosphere create the perfect backdrop for your next vacation. Whether it’s arts and culture that capture your heart, or cheering for the home team, you can create the perfect experience in Oklahoma City.
As you’ll soon discover, there are plenty of things to do in Oklahoma City, whether you explore the city at your own pace, or embark on one of our Getaways. And, with an ever-increasing number of hotels, ranging from contemporary to historic, you can find the perfect place to rest your head after a day of adventure.
Learn more about Oklahoma City – from its history as a city “born” in a single day to the best ways to get here and get around to its attractions and events.
See for yourself why this hip city steeped in heritage and charm suits everybody’s taste for fun!
Midtown is located due North West of downtown Oklahoma City surrounded by Automobile Alley to the east and Asia District to the North.
Residents and employers alike are flocking to downtown Oklahoma City to be a part of its revitalization and creative energy.
Paseo Arts District
In 1929, the Paseo was developed by Oklahoman G.A. Nichols as the first shopping district north of downtown.
Highland Park is an old neighborhood located in the Heritage Hills area of near north Oklahoma City.
Welcome to the perfect blend of sophistication and sensibility. Where old-world charm meets modern-day amenities.
An influx of Vietnamese immigrants in the 1970s transformed the area surrounding Northwest 23rd Street and Classen Boulevard into a vibrant enclave of Asian culture.
Just west of Nichols Hills, between May Avenue and Lake Hefner. The Lakehurst neighborhood consists of 387 homes built between 1961 and 1977.
Linwood Place is a wonderful, eclectic collections of large two-story homes on sprawling lots to cute smaller homes.
With the urban revitalization of downtown OKC, came the resurgence of the coveted Heritage Hills Historic Preservation District.
Crown Heights / Edgemere
Crown Heights and its neighbor Edgemere Heights are consistently some of the most sought-after places to live in Historic OKC.
The rediscovered Cleveland Urban Conservation District is also lined by beautiful Venice Blvd.
Gatewood Historic District
Gatewood is home to University, Gatewood Addition, and Carey Place, which each have their own distinct flavor.
Looking for a vibrant, modern community in a historic setting? Mesta Park may be just the place for you.
Classen Curve is located in the heart of northwest Oklahoma City, at the intersection of Classen and Western, just north of I-44.
This beautiful and unusual community of homes, just over 25 years old, is one of the show places of the country, but to some 5,000 residents it’s just home.
The Greens is one of OKC’s established golfing communities, situated just south of Memorial Rd. on Meridian Ave.