Oklahoma City is a regional center for industry and culture. This inviting community is filled with plenty of friendly people and engaging things to do and see. Homebuyers looking for an exciting new community in which to settle that is set in some gorgeous countryside could do little better than to explore the options available among the luxury Oklahoma City, OK properties.
Luxury homes in Oklahoma City can be found throughout the city, but especially in the outer regions that have communities that consist of newer homes. Many of these neighborhoods are located at the northern and southern extents of the suburban areas of the city, close to residential cities such as Edmond and Moore.
These attractive and peaceful neighborhoods boast excellent new homes with many attractive features. For example, homebuyers can expect to encounter large, open floor plans, large master suites, chef style kitchens, excellent materials, high end appliances, imported hardwood floors, guest suites, and extra rooms such as theater rooms and exercise rooms.
Many of these homes are also located in subdivisions or master planned communities that feature amenities such as community pools, fitness centers, sports facilities, golf courses, playgrounds, and so on. There is no better way to experience life among the gorgeous rolling hills of central Oklahoma than by living in one of these terrific homes.
When Oklahoma City, OK luxury realty owners are not enjoying all the wonderful aspects of living in their new home, they have plenty of opportunities to get out and enjoy life in this charming city. Residents who enjoy the great outdoors will love all the wonderful opportunities to explore the beautiful natural surrounds up close and personal. For example, Oklahoma City has many lakes that provide opportunities for waterborne recreation.
Among these are Lake Hefner, Lake Overholser, Arcadia Lake, and Lake Stanley Draper. The latter is a favorite of sailors, jet skiers, boaters, water skiers, and anglers. Thunderbird Lake, located to the southeast of the city, is another local favorite for all these waterborne activities. These two lakes are also ideal for land based outdoor recreation, such as camping and hiking. For those that prefer cultural attractions to natural destinations, Oklahoma City can deliver.
Those who want a more relaxed time spent outdoors can do so at attractions such as the Martin Park Nature Center, the Mat Hoffman Action Sports Park, the Myriad Botanical Gardens and Crystal Bridge, and Oklahoma City’s numerous multiuse trails. Will Rogers Park is another popular outdoor destination, and features the Ed Lycan Conservatory, the Charles E. Sparks Rose Garden, the Margaret Annis Boys Arboretum, and the Will Rogers Garden Exhibition.
Other cultural attractions include the Civic Center Music Hall, the Cox Convention Center, the Oklahoma City Zoo, the Oklahoma City Museum of Art, the Oklahoma City National Memorial and Museum, the American Indian Cultural Center and Museum, the Gaylord â€“ Pickens Oklahoma Heritage Museum, and the Oklahoma History Center.
Residents that enjoy shopping have a wide selection of modern retail developments from which to choose, as well as the numerous storefronts in the downtown Bricktown area. Bricktown is also home to numerous live music venues and the Chesapeake Energy Arena, where the city’s NBA franchise plays home games.
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