Oklahoma City Real Estate 2010 Highs and Lows
One of the more popular posts I began last year was a look through the Oklahoma City MultiList (MLS) and see the highs and lows for the year. Here are the results…
MOST EXPENSIVE HOME – Oklahoma City Real Estate
$2,399,000 23050 N Western. This is down nearly a million dollars from 2009, perhaps a sign of the economy! This beautiful 6,700 square foot home sits on 40 acres and was built in 1995. Storybook setting with balconies & porches that overlook manicured grounds with stocked pond & fountain. Amazing outdoor living with fireplace and full kitchen just off pool area. Huge master with sitting area, cathedral ceiling & floor to ceiling stone fireplace. Incredible barn with living quarters. Totally remodeled with blown out kitchen and designer decor & appointments throughout. This home closed on February 22, 2010.
HIGHEST PRICE PER FOOT – Oklahoma City Real Estate
$330.33 4303 Covington | Ashton Grove Addition | Norman. Down only $11 from 2009. A mansion of magnificent proportions, designed by architect Gary Cover and built by Jim Bowers. Designed for family living as well as large-scale entertaining. Wood floor in study made from tree which grew on property. One acre lot.
LEAST EXPENSIVE HOME – Oklahoma City Real Estate
$5,000 3912 SE 10th Place | Crosby Heights | Del City. Down $2,600 from 2009. This property was condemned by the city and had to be torn down as a condition of purchase.
LOWEST PRICE PER FOOT – Oklahoma City Real Estate
$3.98 1309 NW 105th Street | Western Village | Oklahoma City. This home had suffered tremendous fire and water damage. It closed October 7, 2010.
LONGEST ON THE MARKET – Oklahoma City Real Estate
1,424 Days 4301 The Ranch | Iron Horse Ranch | Edmond. Nearly 4 years. But, hey, that’s 2 years less than last years record! They did sell for 94% or original list price!
GREATEST OVERBID – Oklahoma City Real Estate
$70,000 8340 NW 128 Circle | Cobblestone Park | Oklahoma City. Granted, this was a new home and this amount probably represents upgrades, nevertheless, $70,000 is a lot of upgrading! This home closed on January 8, 2010.
GREATEST AMOUNT UNDER ORIGINAL LIST PRICE – Oklahoma City Real Estate
$750,000 6709 NW Grand Blvd | Nichols Hills. Originally on the market at $2,100,000, this property sold for $1,350,000 on November 30, 2010. This wasn’t even close to last years’ $2,350,000 reduction.
So there you have it! This is not a scientific study, but it is fun to look at. The highs and lows of Oklahoma City real estate for 2010.