Not as a renter

A fellow I follow on Twitter has set up a blog called 1845 Park Place, which is the address of the house he just bought — “Right between Chance and Luxury Tax,” he says, which grabbed my attention right there. (Technically, it’s between Kentucky and Indiana, but you don’t have to know that.)

And actually, that’s a promising location, between NW 10th — a corridor that’s been improving of late, at least in this area — and the Plaza District, which is rapidly becoming the place to be.

This subdivision — Classen’s Cream Ridge — dates back to 1916; the house in question is your basic one-story bungalow.

It’s the guy’s first house, so I imagine he’ll have lots to say as he turns it into his Dream Home.

1 comment

  1. Dustin Akers »

    23 September 2013 · 11:11 pm

    Thanks for the link! I chose the blog’s tag line based on Park Place’s location on the Monopoly board. I thought it was relevant since Classen Ten Penn can either be OKC’s next hot neighborhood, prime for revitalization, or it can become forgotten. I’m obviously hoping for the first.

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