As Heritage Hills evolved into Oklahoma City's first historic preservation district, Edward H. Cooke Family had the Tudor Revival architecture built, inspired from Medieval Tudor & Gothic style (1485–1603), the tudor style evolved into an aesthetic consistent of trends from revolution in art & architecture. Tudor once known as "the seat of power and the centre of hospitality" & "one of the great achievements of the Tudor age", is not found short in this Classic piece of history. 3/4 of an acre corner lot, original peakcock stain glass mural at the first landing of the sweeping grand staircase, curved banisters, enchanting rooms and breathtaking architecture, media room, wine cellar, gourmet kitchen, sparkling chandeliers, completely updated garage apartment, 4 car garage, 4 fireplaces, floor to ceiling windows and so much more! A Must See
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