What Can I Get For $1 Million In … Oklahoma City?

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Cowboy culture, oil wells, the grit and glimmer of a modern metropolis – this is Oklahoma City. And for those looking to buy a home in “The Sooner State,” we are taking a closer look at just how far $1 million will go. What we find may surprise you.

Oklahoma City is no stranger to luxury buyers, and this week our home search led us to 108 Lake Aluma Drive. The four-bedroom, three-full-and-one-half-bathroom ranch rests in an idyllic setting. According to the listing it’s nestled in Lake Aluma, a luxury lakeside micro-community hidden in the heart of Oklahoma City, offering the serenity of nature amidst the bustling city.

With a whopping 5,151-square-foot interior it’s great for entertaining. A circle drive adds stately drama to the front of the home, while leaded glass French doors and black marble floors in the foyer add panache.

What really catches our eye is the vaulted-and-exposed-beam living area, with double iron chandeliers and newly refinished parquet wood floors. A custom built-in media center, floor-to-ceiling stone fireplace, and walls of glass anchor the light-filled space.

In the gourmet kitchen, you’ll enjoy slate tile floors, an oversized gas range, expansive center island, and a chic breakfast nook with fireplace. Just around the corner, a butler’s kitchen makes hosting your next dinner party a breeze. It comes complete with a second dishwasher, double ovens, additional fridge and freezer, and extra storage.

The elegant formal dining is also a looker, with access outdoors. Additional interior highlights include a second story entertaining/living area with wet bar, and generous beds and baths.

Outdoors your oasis awaits! A sparkling pool, hot tub, and lush landscaping create a fantastic backdrop for summer soirees. For a home built in 1950, what’s not lot to love?

Joy Baresel with Verbode has listed 108 Lake Aluma Drive, Oklahoma City for $995,000.