1931 Fire Station – Tulsa, OK

Added to OHD on 9/3/18   -   Last OHD Update: 4/12/20   -   32 Comments
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3924 Charles Page, Tulsa OK 74127

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  • $120,000
  • 2155 Sq Ft
Own a piece of Tulsa History. Tulsa Fire Station 13. This forgotten Art Deco Fire Station was completed in 1933. This is just one example of the unique style of Tulsa Architect Albert Joseph Love.
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John Beasley, EXIT Realty
(918) 695-4178
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32 Comments on 1931 Fire Station – Tulsa, OK

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  1. Kelly, OHDKelly, OHD says: 11880 comments

    1901 Folk Victorian
    Chestatee, GA

    From the agents FB page (link):
    “***On the market for the first time in 50 years***

    Fire Station 13 at 3924 Charles Page Blvd.
    Built in 1931, this Art Deco fire station is a great example of the style of noted Tulsa architect AJ Love. An active fire station from 1931-64, this building has been used as storage for the past two decades. It is in desperate need of TLC. We are seeking the right buyer that will respect the station’s historical and architectural significance and repurpose the building responsibly. If you, or someone you know, might be interested, please give me a call.”

    Photos from the Tulsa Fire Stations FB page: link

    Thanks to allan for alerting me to this awesome place!

  2. TGrantTGrant says: 882 comments
    OHD Supporter

    New Orleans, LA

    Oh my word, I’m in LOVE. Bet you this gem doesn’t stay on the market long! Hopefully it will get a style sensitive conversion for whatever type of use the new owner envisions.

  3. RossRoss says: 2411 comments
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    1894 QueenAnneFreeClassic
    Emporia, KS

    F A B U L O U S !

    I wouldn’t change anything.

    Great place to park my car!

    Love the exterior!

    Love the kitchen!

    Love the bathroom! Who doesn’t need multiple shower stalls? One for every day of the week?

    Love the steel casement windows!

    Love the tile wainscoting everywhere!

  4. Nancy Hanle says: 31 comments

    This would make a great book shoppe with coffee –

  5. Lisa Farris says: 1 comments

    Love the brick wainscoting,tile on bathroom floor,windows,wooden lockers.If someone restores it for a home,they should consider taking CPR & basic first aid.They might get people (new to or not from area)stopping by for chocking,heartattack,etc. ?

  6. Cathy F.Cathy F. says: 2192 comments
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    1920 Colonial Revival
    Upstate/Central, NY

    Okay, the neighborhood isn’t exactly the most desirable for a residence, but otherwise… this building is really cool, both inside & out, and could become a great house!

  7. Porch Freak says: 52 comments

    I have never wanted a fire station. I want one now. Wow!

  8. MichaelMichael says: 2671 comments
    1979 That 70's show
    Otis Orchards, WA

    What a charming building. It would make a great place for some small business. Not a big fan of the vine climbing all over the building, though. It may look romantic or even add to the charm but it does more damage that most people realize.

  9. karen g says: 4 comments

    I have Always wanted a fire station

  10. says: 1 comments

    Perfect for over the road trucker. My wife and I were OTR team truck drivers and were always on the lookout for a firehouse to call home. We never found anything that fit our budget but this would have been perfect. My goal was to go out for a couple weeks then come home and just pull the truck in and do my maintenance. Retired now but hope someone with the same dream can make it happen.

  11. J.Lee Carey says: 12 comments

    Beautiful. Want to research the architect. A shame the neighborhood is so dreary.

  12. Ju ju bee says: 42 comments

    This spells Charm!!!! So much potential!!!! Wow! It’s could be an absolutely boho chic home for someone with festive taste!!! Hope the buyer will restore & tresure this lovely building.

  13. BethsterBethster says: 828 comments
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    1927 Spanish Revival
    Richmond, VA

    I want to hug this building and bring it home with me. Th exterior is so artfully styled. I hope someone gives it the love it deserves.

  14. Sara says: 14 comments

    I love it and the neighborhood! The train tracks across the street might bring trains, which would be OK if they’re not running all night. It’s so much a great plains neighborhood, reminds me of my childhood home in Kansas.

  15. Cindy Juby-Harrell says: 1 comments

    My father was the 13th child out of 22 siblings. My mother has a brother who retired from the TFD.. I AM A RETIRED BURN NURSE… My husband and I are so in love with restoration that this address has my name all over it…BTW husband is a retired brick mason with union ties.. I have seen a picture of my father & I in front of this beautiful building..So I pray that we can own this treasure. Cindy Juby-Harrell

    • Raven says: 14 comments

      Please keep us posted! Best of luck to you.

    • TXJewelTXJewel says: 354 comments
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      1920 Thurber Brick 4 Square
      Strawn, TX

      Here’s hoping that your dream comes true!

    • Home sweet home says: 26 comments

      Having checked the street view, I would strongly recommend that you exercise ‘due diligence’ if you pursue the purchase of this property.
      It appears that the neighbouring residence to the west not only has a fleet of vehicles parked partially on the firehouse driveway, that driveway would also appear to be how the neighbours access their parking area.
      Perhaps the firehouse is situated in some sort of zero lot line arrangement, and the exterior wall is virtually on the property line (I would think that unusual for a public building, especially one designed with windows in that wall).
      Otherwise, it could be that the neighbours are encroaching on the firehouse lot, and if that use is of longstanding, they might actually be able to claim unfettered use of that area by virtue of adverse possession … or, at least, might maintain that they have a right-of-way.
      Regardless of how appealing a building is, inconsiderate neighbours and property boundary disputes are not a fate I would wish upon you.
      Be sure and do your homework.

      • Kelly, OHDKelly, OHD says: 11880 comments

        1901 Folk Victorian
        Chestatee, GA

        I’m not able to go directly to the deed search on the county website and don’t know how accurate Google is but…

        Aerial view of property outline: https://goo.gl/maps/qvYbpCGWzW72

        Looks like the neighbors are at least staying in the boundary. I don’t think the place is for just anybody, probably the next owner will either buy it for non-living purposes or someone that can deal with the area for a home. It was too cool not to share at least.

  16. Mary says: 32 comments

    So sad that someone stripped the insides of the building – where are the doors and where did the light fixtures go (see FB info listed above for pictures of before someone took everything out). So sad – hope they have everything safely stored!

  17. Dumbsheep says: 18 comments

    Is the green glider in the last photo for sale? I’ve been looking for one just like that one.

  18. Kelly, OHDKelly, OHD says: 11880 comments

    1901 Folk Victorian
    Chestatee, GA

    Good news! Watch the video.


  19. Karen Glass says: 4 comments

    LOVE it Kelly…and bless your heart for taking the time to share the update

  20. BethsterBethster says: 828 comments
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    1927 Spanish Revival
    Richmond, VA

    That is awesome. I wish them luck!

  21. PamelaPamela says: 38 comments

    Having been a firefighter/EMT, that would have made an incredible home. The apparatus bay has infinite possibilities, a family/media room with a loft library/craft area, repurpose a few call boxes for lighting…

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