Completion of an Exclusive Neighborhood.

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COMMUNITY

  • Ground broken on February 22nd, 1965

  • First condominium development in Oklahoma

  • Modeled after Georgetown, Washington, DC

  • Built on the site of the Floyd Tinsley Dairy

  • Common park area is now Tinsley Green

  • Originally developed by George W. James, R.W. Finley and Jack Graves

  • Subsequently expanded by Don Karchmer

  • Last four townhomes in 44 unit final development

  • Surrounding brick fence with electronic gate openers

  • Mature landscaping and central common park area

  • Community pergola with outdoor fireplaces and television.

LOCATION

  • Centrally located in Oklahoma City

  • Adjacent to Nichols Hills residential area

  • Convenient to May Avenue & 63rd Street, Penn Square and Classen Curve shopping areas

  • Convenient to Lake Hefner restaurants, recreation and trails

  • Easy access to I44, Downtown and Edmond