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Heritage Hills Neighborhood

In the northernmost reaches of Oklahoma City, the historic Heritage Hills neighborhood is around one mile north of the center of downtown. It is a just west of I-235 between NW 14th and NW 21st street. It is bounded by Robinson to the east and stretches west to Walker and Classen.

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Residents of Heritage Hills make up half of the Historic Communities Protection Association (HNSA). HNSA is a non-profit organization that supervises uniformed Oklahoma City police officers on a dedicated patrol. The community Board of Directors also serves on urban security advocacy programs and reviews security details and region studies.

Every year, the Association Board of Heritage Hills selects community members who have poured plenty of love and caring into their households and the area in particular. Participants are revealed at the yearly meeting in January and granted a special large plate that they will proudly hang at their home.

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Heritage Hills is around a block from Oklahoma City's economic center. People can stroll down the sidewalk to several restaurants and shops - shopping, brunch, drinks, family-oriented fare, movies, sports facilities, you name it. Also, Four of the finest schools Oklahoma City has to offer are surrounded by Heritage Hills. You will quickly get to school within a matter of moments. You should live where all the excitement is in Oklahoma City and ensure your kids have the best opportunity in the city area. For a complete list of general public schools and charter public schools in the city. Click here to see full—details about the school.

Currently, the restoration of historic OKC is the country's blueprint of community development. Just minutes from Heritage Hills, waves of new homes, hotels, shops, and companies are being developed to maximize city life opportunities. And about a hundred years later, Heritage Hills happily survives as a tiny apartment neighborhood blocks from the state's cultural and economic hub. For more information on Restoring historic homes check out our video below with one of HGTV's historic home restoration stars. As as always click here for the Top Real Estate Agents in Oklahoma City


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