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0.20 acres | Residential Zoning

There’s a lot going on in Tulsa. Tucked inside a quaint well-established neighborhood in the heart of Tulsa is this beautiful 8,712 sq. ft. parcel. A flat lot with a neighbor nearby and just up the street from Tulsa Community College. Tulsa is a bustling community with several schools, a rich culture and amazing weather. The property sits less than 2 miles from Lake Yahola and has a paved road and utilities already available. Don’t miss this rich land deal!

Land Specifics

Property Number 10575
Size 0.20 acres
Dimensions 72.46' x 129.83' x 69.34' x 130.06'
Road Access Paved Road
Slope Description Mostly Flat
Zoning Residential
Zoning Code RM-2 (Residential Multi-Family)
Zoning Definition

RM-2 (Residential Multi-Family): Permitted uses include Single-Family dwelling, two-household dwelling, three or more household dwelling, group living, mixed use building, apartment/condo. Min lot is dependent on use, Multi-unit home 6,900 sq ft lot; townhouse 1,600 sq ft lot. Max building Hight 35 ft

On Property Usage/Potential
  • Homesite
  • Investment
Nearby Usage
  • Recreational
  • Waterfront


County Tulsa
State Oklahoma
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Additional Information

Assessor Parcel Number (APN) 24400 03 28 07620
Estimated Annual Taxes $77.00
Legal Description

Lot 1 Block 1 Lynnwood Addition, an Addition to the city of Tulsa, Tulsa County, Sate of Oklahoma, according to the lat recorded plat thereof.

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