Wolflin neighborhood is located north of I-27 and Southlawn North neighborhood, south of Interstate Highway 40 & Bivins neighborhood and east of Georgia Street and Lawrence Park & Paramount/Mays neighborhood, and to the west of Washington Street & Oliver Eakle/AC neighborhood, and is in both Potter and Randall Counties.
The Wolflin neighborhood is one of the older neighborhoods of Amarillo. With houses ranging from the early 1920's to a few newer homes built in the current century and a large amount of ranch style homes built during the 1950's. The architectural styles of the neighborhood vary greatly from Cotswold-style cottages and ranch style homes to homes in numerous other architectural flair including Georgian, Spanish, Italianate, Tudorbethan and even Contemporary style homes.
With tree-lined streets, some of which still display original brick streets, this neighborhood is easily distinguishable.
On the northwest corner of the neighborhood is Wolflin Village and Wolflin Square Shopping Centers boasting a mixture of shops ranging from eateries to specialty shops. Across from Wolflin Village is the Amarillo Little Theater which puts on numerous theater productions each year. And for more of the arts, you only need to head across Washington Street, to the east of Wolflin, to Amarillo Collage's main campus which houses the AC Lamplight Youth Theater and the Amarillo Museum of Art.