While we’ve talked about downtown housing, there are plenty of other kinds of housing – and areas – for you to consider throughout the metro area.
If you like older homes on tree-lined streets in Oklahoma City’s core, you could move to one of the city’s more historic neighborhoods, like Crown Heights-Edgemere Heights just north of downtown; Edgemere Park, developed in 1926, or the Paseo neighborhood surrounding the Paseo Arts District, among others.
Suburban neighborhoods to the north, west and south Oklahoma City offer a variety of schools and a mix of older and newer homes. You can live in the suburbs and still take advantage of the city’s low commute times and its action.
And if you are into bigger lots and more room to roam, look at the pastoral neighborhoods to the west, in far northwest Oklahoma City, in Surrey Hills, Piedmont and Deer Creek; or to the east east at Midwest City, Choctaw, Jones, Nicoma Park and Lake Aluma.
And of course, here’s more about Oklahoma City’s urban neighborhoods, which include downtown.
Explore more about Oklahoma City’s housing on A Better Life OKC’s housing website.