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About Silver Chase

Most homes in the Silver Chase, a southern neighborhood of Tulsa, are valued in the $300’s, with some in the $400’s. These beautiful homes have immaculate, manicured lawns and are well kept. Even with the large lots these homes sit, the neighborhood still has a small town feel about it with the neighbors knowing each other and keeping a watchful eye for each other.

Silver Chase

Along with the high quality of homes, the high-ranked Jenks Public Schools, where families send their children, are two of the biggest reasons that families choose to make this neighborhood home. Along with a private school, St. Johns School, this area offers one of the best living standards in the Tulsa area.

Living in Silver Chase

Oklahoma Reservoir 143013 borders the northern side of Silver Chase neighborhood and East 101sts Street borders the south. Chapel in the Woods is a favorite place among residents for special occasions such as weddings because of the picturesque setting it offers. Many of them are members of St. Bernard’s Catholic Church.

Nearby dining options include Camille’s Sidewalk Café, a unique local eatery, and chain restaurant Jimmy John’s. Residents are likely to shop at the nearby Wholefoods Market, and Tuscana on Yale provides some dining and retail establishments as well as private offices.

Silver Chase Zip:
74137
Silver Chase Geo Coordinates:
Lat: 36.020184
Long: -95.935383

Things to Do in Silver Chase

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Residents of Silver Chase neighborhood enjoy a quiet, bedroom community in high-end homes, but they are just a short drive from some of Tulsa’s popular historic sites. Such as the Praying Hands of ORU and Oklahoma Aquarium, both located just the other side of Creek Turnpike, a toll road that runs east to west through Tulsa. With downtown Tulsa close by, they also have popular sites like the Blue Dome District of Tulsa, where the architecture is a reminder of the glory days when Tulsa was the Oil Capital of the World.  Click here for more details.