About Nichols Hills and The Village:
Technically, Nichols Hills and The Village are their own cities right beside each other with public services and regulations separate from Oklahoma City. Nichols Hills was developed in the early 1930's as a community of homes outside of the city. Today, OKC has grown around it, but Nichols Hills contains some of the largest homes and mansions in the metro.
The Village is just North of Nichols Hills. It has a larger population but much more modestly priced homes. A visitor might not even know they're in these distinct cities as the transition is nearly seemless if not for differently colored street signs.
Nichols Hills begins at NW 63rd between May and Western and extends North to Wilshire Blvd. The Village is just North of that, spanning the area up to Hefner Rd. and West to Lake Hefner Parkway.
Nichols Hills has a population of about 4,000. Median household income as of 2000 is $86,303.
The Village has a population just over 10,000 with a median house value of $68,500.
73116 (Nichols Hills) - 73120 (The Village)