About Darlington South
The home in the Darlington South neighborhood of Tulsa range from the $100s for the simple, smaller, older homes up to the $700s for custom-built, unique homes. Bordered by East 91st Street to the north and a good portion of the neighborhood inside Hunter Park with Creek Tollway bordering the southern portion. The HOA assures that every home meets certain standards, keeping this neighborhood in the upscale mode the residents are accustomed to living in.
Families send their children to schools in the Jenks Public Schools, a highly-rated district by the state which makes this an appealing neighborhood to raise a family. Neighbors know or recognize one another and keep a watchful eye on the neighborhood.
Living in Darlington South
In addition to Hunter Park being inside the neighborhood of Darlington South, there is Biscuit Acres Dog Park, where families take the fur members of their family for exercise and socializing.
Whole Food Market is to the west, and Baskin Robbins is to the east, settling the resident’s desire for healthy choices and cravings for creamy sweetness, both just a short drive. Dining out, residents may choose Yokozuna Yale for sushi or Upper Crust Pizza for authentic woodfire baked pizza.
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Things to Do in Darlington South
The Darlington neighborhood is not far from downtown Tulsa. There are the Blue Dome District, East Village and the Oil Capital Historic District for entertainment and educational purposes. Many different unique shopping locales are close by starting with Tuscana on Yale which is a combination of dining, shopping, and private offices. Compliments, a unique clothing store, and Ellis Bridal are in this same area as well and frequented by the residents of Darlington South. For additional information Click Here. Coming up next: Forest Creek