Oklahoma City Community Info and Homes For Sale

As an Oklahoma City real estate agent I can help prospective buyers find homes for sale in Oklahoma City that suit their needs perfectly. There are places to live near Oklahoma City's main attractions. The city has a vibrant downtown, museums, historic sites, lakes and parks. Oklahoma City properties include houses, condos, townhouses and lofts. Some houses have six, seven or eight bedrooms. There are many smaller houses with two, three or four bedrooms. Most townhouses have two or three bedrooms.

People who want to live downtown can contact an me about the property for sale in this neighborhood. Condos with one, two or three bedrooms are available. People who purchase real estate in Oklahoma City in the downtown area will be close to restaurants, shops and theaters. Downtown lofts with one bedroom are a very short walk from the restaurants in the Bricktown area.

Those who are interested in history may want to buy one of the Oklahoma City homes for sale close to the city's museums or historic sites. Exhibits at the Gaylord-Pickens Oklahoma Heritage Museum focus on the state's history. A visit to the Harn Homestead Museum gives people an opportunity to see a one-room schoolhouse and a Victorian home. Western history and culture are the focus of displays at the National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum.

People who enjoy outdoor recreation will be happy with one of the Oklahoma City homes near the city's lakes and parks. Oklahoma City has three urban reservoirs. Boating and fishing are allowed at all three of these lakes. Waterskiing is permitted at Lake Draper. There are places for picnics at Lake Overholser. Laker Hefner is surrounded by trails for biking, hiking and jogging. Golfers might be interested in living close to the golf courses near Lake Hefner. There are more opportunities for outdoor recreation along the banks of the Oklahoma River. Bikers, skaters and walkers can use the trails along the river.

A home near the Martin Park Nature Center or the Myriad Botanical Gardens is a good choice for an Oklahoma City home buyer who enjoys nature. Fox and deer are occasionally seen at the nature center. This park has over three miles of hiking trails. The conservatory at the botanical gardens has plants from all over the world.

People who have purchased Oklahoma City real estate can take METRO Transit buses around the city. There is an Amtrak station in Oklahoma City. Flights from Will Rogers World Airport fly directly to many major cities in the United States.

Contact Jim West, Your Oklahoma City Realtor®

Jim West
Jim West
3550 West Robinson Suite #200 Norman OK 73072