Sunday, March 4, 2018
OUTLOOK 2018 Pg 22
Active 55+ adults enjoy a sense
of community at Hyde Park
It’s simply one of a kind
Simplicity and a sense of togetherness — that’s what Hyde Park at Tulsa Hills is all about. Now, empty-nesters age 55 and older can rethink their lifestyle and living quarters.
This gated community of single-family homes located southeast of Highway 75 and 81st Street offers the finest amenities in custom-built, energy-efficient homes utilizing smart designs and luxurious finishes. The neighborhood’s $2+ million exclusive clubhouse, called the “Hyde-Out,” sets this community apart.
Homeowners can hang out at the Hyde-Out to socialize, exercise, putt golf balls, participate in card games, etc. Hyde Park also has a pool table and tabletop shuffleboard.
This community is one of a kind in Oklahoma. It’s fully independent living for people who no longer have young children living at home who want to play more, maintain less and connect with others in a safe community.
Everyone who has visited Hyde Park says it far exceeds their expectations and are delighted when they discover they no longer have to maintain their lawns and landscaping.
Communities like this are popular in Texas, Florida and Arizona, but people often don’t want to move somewhere else. In fact, many homeowners have moved to Tulsa from all over the U.S. and Canada to be closer to their families.
Hyde Park at Tulsa Hills offers them a solution, and it doesn’t mean waiting until vacation or retirement to enjoy this lifestyle. Hyde Park redefines how baby boomers are choosing to live.
Homeowners can let go of the excess space and all the extra maintenance of their previous home as the Hyde-Out is now an extension of their new residence. No longer do they need a swimming pool, large game room or exercise room in their home. In fact, homeowners can host their own family functions — family reunions, baby or bridal showers, receptions, etc. — at the Hyde-Out.
The exercise room contains low-impact, modern equipment that homeowners can use to support their personal wellness program.
A commercial kitchen is near the large dining room where homeowners meet for a first Saturday breakfast, themed parties and meetings where guest speakers provide informational and entertaining presentations.
“I moved to Tulsa knowing just one family. The best move I ever made was to Hyde Park! This community
IS my family!”- Debbie M.Especially popular in the Hyde-Out are the two indoor pickleball courts. A hybrid of tennis, ping pong and badminton, pickleball has a court one-third the size of a regular tennis court. Players use paddles to hit a ball, which is similar to a whiffle ball. Pickleball has become a favorite of many homeowners. In fact, some play with other clubs around town and compete regionally.
Take a drive through Hyde Park to see model homes and lots available for sale. Homes range from 1,450 square feet to over 3,000. Each one is unique in design, amenities, floor plan, aesthetics and exterior elevation.
The pet-friendly community is conveniently located just south of Tulsa Hills shopping center and The Walk at Tulsa Hills, where homeowners can walk right next door to the 12-screen theater and enjoy numerous restaurants, retail stores, medical facilities and various services.
Come see Hyde Park for yourself and consider becoming its newest neighbor. The clubhouse is open daily from 1 p.m. to 4 p.m. For a private appointment or more information, call the office at 918-899-6512 or visit hydeparktulsa.com.
Even if you’ve visited Hyde Park before, stop by again. Come see what’s new.
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From Hwy 75 & 81st, go east to Maybelle. Turn south at Life Church. A little ways down turn at the Hyde Park entrance on the right.