The Miller Neighborhood is a historic neighborhood. The neighborhood boundary is NW 16th south to NW 10th St, May Ave to Villa. Walkscore gives this Miller a score of 64. The tudor revival dominates this neighborhood with a few streets decorated with bungalows, colonial revivals, and mission homes. The average Miller home costs $108k. This neighborhood is 47% owner-occupied with homes increasing in price. The average age of a Resident is 39. In 2018, it was the winner of Neighborhood Alliance of Central Oklahoma‘s “Best Neighborhood”, “Best Newsletter” in 2010, and in 2009, "Best Neighborhood Project Award". You can say all of this is attributed to the active neighborhood association that makes this place so desirable. Every year, Miller has a Home Tour and proceeds are donated to the neighborhood association to maintain the beautification of Miller Boulevard.
George Miller purchased the 160 acres for $200 in 1901. It is said that the street names, Linn, Ross, and May are named after his family members. Homes were built between the 1900’s and the 1920’s. There was a plan for the Oklahoma Railway to run through the neighborhood, but that never happened. Instead, the neighborhood had the Linwood streetcar which ran in the median along NW 12th st. If you would like more information on the neighborhood, check out this intensive survey.
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