Residents of Mesta Park truly get the best of both worlds—a charming historic community with thoroughly modern amenities. It’s this attitude of putting residents first and striving to maintain both the past and the future that puts Mesta Park on the map in Oklahoma City.
Homes for sale in Mesta Park are plentiful, and many of them are historically significant structures that reflect the best of the city’s early 20th century architecture. Mesta Park real estate is highly desirable by home buyers that appreciate being close to downtown as well as the charm and beauty of a well-established neighborhood.
NW 23rd Street in the north, Walker Avenue in the west, NW 16th Street in the south, and Classen Drive in the east.
A charming and historic, family-friendly neighborhood with an active community.
Tree-lined streets, historic preservation, and annual walking home tours.
Initially platted "University Addition" in 1902, Mesta Park is a living portrait of early 1900's architecture. Take a stroll through this charming neighborhood, and you'll find no shortage of historic Foursquare, Craftsman, and Prairie-style homes.
A renewed interest in the area led to a late 1970's revitalization and eventual inclusion on the National Register of Historic Places in 1983. Finally, 11 years later in 1994, the Oklahoma City Council designated Mesta Park as a Historic Preservation District.
Residents have access to the award-winning Wilson Elementary, an in-neighborhood park and plenty of green space.
Nearby Attractions: Proximity to the Oklahoma State Capitol, OKC National Memorial and Museum, Oklahoma City University, Oklahoma History Center, Cox Convention Center and the OKC Zoo.
Nearby neighborhoods: Paseo, Jefferson Park, Heritage Hills, Shepherd Historic District, Metro Park and more
Of all the Oklahoma City neighborhoods, few offer as many advantages as Crown Heights. Architecturally significant and close to everything, Crown Heights is the kind of place that attracts people who are seeking a fine neighborhood within the city limits.
Thanks to long-standing efforts to preserve the unique character of the neighborhood, Edgemere Park Historic District is one of the most beautiful and historically significant places in Oklahoma City.