Oklahoma City’s historic Miller neighborhood is decorating and getting ready to present the 10th annual Miller Mantels and Trees holiday home tour. This year’s tour will feature eight homes, decked out in holiday finery:
Tickets are available online at https://millermantels.eventbrite.com, in advance at 23rd Street Antique Mall (3023 NW 23rd) or at any participating home on the evening of the tour. All tour proceeds benefit improvement and beautification efforts in the neighborhood, which is bound by NW 10th and NW 16th, May Avenue and Villa Avenue.
About Miller Neighborhood
Miller’s Boulevard Historic District is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. The neighborhood was platted in August 1907 – three months before statehood – by George Miller, one of Oklahoma City’s earliest homebuilders. The original homestead was located on 11 acres on the southeast corner of the neighborhood. In 1915, George and Nellie Miller moved into their newly built home at 1221 N. Miller Boulevard, one of the homes on this year’s tour.
Miller Neighborhood Association
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