About 1415 N Hudson Avenue
Welcome to an architectural marvel inspired by the residence of Philadelphia publisher Edward Bok, this historic gem built in 1904 exudes the timeless charm of early Tudor style. Its exterior boasts the hallmark features of the era, with steeply pitched roofs, close timbered gables, bay windows, and five majestic chimneys that stand as a testament to its grandeur. Having graced prestigious events like the 1978 Oklahoma City Symphony Orchestra Decorator’s Show House and the 2008 Heritage Hills home tour, this residence embodies a rich history of elegance and sophistication.The entrance hall is a grand spectacle in itself, boasting an immense size that welcomes you with a double return stairwell culminating in a horseshoe gallery. Elaborately decorated balustrades and newel posts adorn the stairwell, leading your gaze to a stunning six feet by nine feet stained-glass window on the first landing echoing the timeless artistry reminiscent of Louis Comfort Tiffany's work from the same period. Oak and mahogany woodwork grace every corner, enhancing the home's inherent beauty and craftsmanship. Abundant living space awaits, from the grand formal living room to the inviting greeting room, the expansive great room, and even a basement wine and cigar room—each space exudes sophistication and comfort.This historic residence offers five living areas, two dining spaces, five bedrooms, four full bathrooms, and two half baths, ensuring ample room for both comfortable living and gracious entertaining. Nestled on a .78-acre lot, this property boasts not just the main residence but also a four-car garage with a full apartment. Built in the 2000s, the apartment offers one bedroom, a spacious living area, full bath, a kitchen, and a charming eat-in area. With its blend of historic allure and modern amenities, this home stands as a tribute to timeless elegance, offering a rare opportunity to own a piece of history while embracing a lifestyle of luxury and sophistication.