8324 NW 131ST CT Oklahoma City, OK 73142
- 5 Beds
- 4 Baths
- 3900 sq.ft.
GET TO KNOW OKLAHOMA CITY
Oklahoma's capital city and largest city in the state.
Oklahoma City, or “OKC,” is a metropolis with Western charm. Numerous industries provide job security, and Oklahoma real estate prices keep the cost of living low. Families and professionals moving here can rely on their real estate company to help them find affordable housing that gives them room in their budgets to enjoy the many attractions OKC has to offer.
Oklahoma City is the state capital and largest city in Oklahoma. It has a population of 620,015, with a median household income of $62,527. The median home value here is $142,700. Due to its cost of living and housing, OKC ranks better than 85% of areas in the country for liveability.
Oklahoma City’s unexpected art scene is full of surprises. The city is home to a variety of art forms, from classical ballet to avant-garde visual art. Art collective Factory Obscura creates a sense of wonder with its immersive art experiences. Parks like the Myriad Botanical Gardens provide green spaces in this urban locale. And for the adrenaline junkies, there’s Six Flags Frontier City theme park and Six Flags Hurricane Harbor water park.
Modern Oklahoma City was settled as part of the famous 1889 “Land Run.” By the time Oklahoma became a state, Oklahoma City had developed into a commercial center and major stop on Route 66. Like many cities, OKC saw post-war growth followed by an urban decline in the 1970s-80s. Luckily, redevelopment projects in the 1990s and 2000s revived the city and have since attracted an influx of families and young professionals looking for jobs and affordable Oklahoma real estate.
Oklahoma City offers many highly-rated public and private schools. Classen School of Advanced Studies and Harding Charter Preparatory High School rank high among public schools nationally. OKC is also home to the state’s Oklahoma School of Science and Mathematics for gifted students. Private schools with rigorous academic curriculums include Casady School and Heritage Hall School.
Oklahoma City is often called “The Big Friendly” and has activities for all ages. The city’s Adventure District includes attractions such as the National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum, Oklahoma State Capitol, Oklahoma History Center, Science Museum Oklahoma, and White Water Bay. Nature lovers enjoy visiting the Oklahoma City Zoo and Botanical Garden. Sports fans cheer for the Oklahoma City Thunder NBA team. Whatever your family loves, they’ll find it in OKC!
Revitalized Oklahoma City saw a burgeoning food scene to feed the influx of residents and visitors. From mouth-watering Oklahoma barbecue to classic Mexican fare to upscale dining experiences, OKC knows how to eat! Need to work off that meal? Get your steps in with some retail therapy at the various shopping outlets and boutiques around town. Whether you’re looking to update your wardrobe, find the perfect gift, or purchase equipment for your favorite activity, Oklahoma City has the stores for you!