Take a look at nicer local digs than the overpriced Midtown hovels housing most local hipsters:
Sunset Hill. This 1927 Italian manor-style home was built by architect Mary Rockwell Hook as her private residence. The five-bedroom brick-and-stone house has leaded-glass windows, French doors, wide-plank pine and inlaid oak floors, marble fireplaces, and a wrought-iron staircase. The 0.8-acre property, overlooking Brush Creek, includes a hedge maze, a brick patio, and a pool.