Welcome to Miller

Miller is a vibrant neighborhood located in the heart of the OKC Urban Core. Established on the national register of historic places in 1907, this neighborhood is known for its charming Tudor homes, picturesque tree-lined streets and quick access the best attractions that the Urban Core has to offer. Loved for its strong community, friendly neighbors and beautifully maintained streets, Miller is a wonderful place to call home. 

Miller has a rich history... In 1901, George Miller acquired the land, and by 1905, he marked it out for the first time – the birth of Miller Addition. Streets like Linn, Ross, and May are reported to be nods to Miller family. Fast-forward to 1907, just before statehood – Mr. Miller replotted and voila, Miller Boulevard Addition as it was named still stands strong today!


Bordered by:

north: NW 16th Street

east: Villa Avenue

south: NW 10th Street

west: N May Avenue

What to Expect

Miller is a great neighborhood with one of the most active voluntary homeowners associations in OKC. The neighborhood is primarily home to Tudor style architecture. In the summer and winter seasons, Miller hosts historic home tours.  

What You'll Love

You'll love the friendly neighbors, diverse and well organized community, and the beautiful tree lined streets.


Nearby Green Space: Reed Park, Waymans Park and Girvin Park.

Nearby Attractions: General Pershing Bike Lane, OKC Fairgrounds, OSU - Oklahoma City Campus, and more.

Nearby Neighborhoods and Districts: 

Youngs Englewood


Aurora Las Vegas

Reed Park

Plaza District

Classen Ten Penn

Milam Place

Homes for Sale in Miller

Neighborhood Gallery


Times were moving fast for those who found their way to Oklahoma Territory and land ownership changed almost as fast. In 1901, George Miller obtained the land, then four years later in 1905 he platted the area for the first time. It became known as the Miller Addition of Oklahoma City. the streets named Linn, Ross and May are reportedly named for members of the Miller family.

In 1907, six years later and two months before statehood, Mr. Miller replatted the land and it became the Miller Boulevard Addition and remains as such today. The new platt set aside certain strips of land for the exclusive use of the Oklahoma Railway Company. A strip of ground was designated to run through the center of Miller Boulevard for a railway but no actual railway was ever built. However, the well-known Linwood streetcar line did run thru the median of NW 12th Street.

source: millerneighborhood.com

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