Nichols Hills sits in the middle of Oklahoma City but embodies its small town within a city feel. Homes range in age from the pre-WWII to brand new with the last twenty years showing a trend of tearing down old and building new. G.A. Nichols was the original developer.
Created as its own township, Nichols Hills has dedicated police, fire and city government plus an impressive park system spread throughout the neighborhood. Lot sizes range from standard city lot size to an acre. Architectural styles are diverse with original builds featuring Spanish Revival to English Manor and new builds from traditional to ultra-modern.
Lifestyle choices: the best of both worlds with Nichols Hills Plaza within the township and Classen Curve across 63rd Street. Shopping options range from locally owned boutiques, salons, barre, Orange Theory, etc. to national retailers: lululemon, Anthropologie, West Elm, Athleta, Coldwater Creek, Warby Parker, Kendra Scott, Sur La Table and many more. Grocery options include Whole Foods and Trader Joes. Restaurants are some of the city's most loved.
Oklahoma City Golf and Country Club is the centerpiece of Nichols Hills. A private club, it features an 18-hole golf course, workout facility, tennis indoor and outdoor courts, pool and banquet/dining facilities.
Homes range in price from $200,000 to $4 million.
Team Member, Alan Davis grew up on Hillcrest Drive in Nichols Hills and later owned his own home on Avondale Drive.