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About Winbury Place

Winbury Place neighborhood of Tulsa is one of custom-built, exclusive homes that range in price from the low $200s to the mid $400s. The HOA assures the neighborhood maintains a high level of maintenance that includes manicured lawns. East 101st Street runs east to west on the southern portion of this neighborhood and is situated just west of South Yale Avenue.

74137Along with being in the Jenks Public School district and being within easy access to major thoroughfares, this is a highly desired neighborhood. The state highly rates Jenks Public Schools include the Jenks East Intermediate Elementary for grades 5th and 6th, Jenks Middle School for grades 7th and 8th and Jenks High School for grades 9th through 12th. For families that prefer a private school, Lake Hills Montessori or Town & Country School.

Living in Winbury Place

Many of the residents here attend Redeemer Church on East 101st Street while others go outside the neighborhood and attend Faith Christian Fellowship or River Oaks Presbyterian Church. After church services, residents often gather at the Bistro at Seville or Levain Kitchen & Bakery for lunch.

Shopping is found nearby on the outer skirts of this neighborhood with a Walgreens, Shops of Seville, and Canterbury Lane Gifts to the northeast. Tulsa Women’s Healthcare is located just to the north as well on South Yale Avenue.

Winbury Place Zip:
74137
Winbury Place Geo Coordinates:
Lat: 36.017687
Long: -95.918019

Things to Do in Winbury Place

Winbury PlaceThe Winbury Place neighborhood is close to Oral Roberts University where the Praying Hands are a sight, where the residents are likely to show those from out-of-town. The Sherwin Miller Museum of Jewish Art is also an attraction that brings visitors to Winbury Place residents. While showing their guests these sights, they will often go into downtown Tulsa and visit the Blue Dome District and show off the many examples of Art Deco architect that is symbolic of the oil boom days when Tulsa was known as Oil Capital of the World.  For more info Click Here.