Photo courtesy Brady Heights Historic District, Inc.
Photo courtesy Brady Heights Historic District, Inc.

Sunday, Sept. 27  

The Brady Heights Historic District of Tulsa boasts beautiful homes with a lot of character. This year’s home tour, set to take place Sunday, Sept. 27 from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., will open the doors to 12 homes in the district and will also showcase the tour’s Design Competition, which asked local architects and designers to submit plans for vacant lots within the neighborhood. The winners’ plans will be on display on their associated lots for attendees to view. For more information, visit


This year’s homes include:

  • Brady Mansion at 620 N. Denver Ave.
  • Architect James Patrick Curtin’s home, 902 N. Denver Ave.
  • The scene of the Reuter Murder of 1912 at 625 N. Cheyenne Ave.
  • 1011 N. Cheyenne Ave.
  • 1151 N. Cheyenne Ave.
  • 1135 N. Denver Ave.

Other sites include:

  • Restoration Collective
  • Tisdale Food Forest
  • Brady Heights Community Garden



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