2200 W. Rockypoint Drive Edmond
This charming updated home will be available to tour on Sunday, December 29th from 2:00 pm to 4:00 pm.
Located off W. Edmond Rd (2nd St) and Santa Fe in Edmond. From the intersection of Santa Fe and W. Edmond Rd., go west on W. Edmond Rd., then north onto Brookfield, west onto W. Rockypoint Dr. You will find the open house sign in the yard.
As you approach the home you will notice the newly painted exterior. Once inside you will find new granite counter tops, a new kitchen sink with a new faucet and freshly painted white cabinets.
The living room offers a brick fireplace, vaulted ceiling, built in bookcase, new paint and new carpet.
This home offers a split floor plan, with the master bedroom across the house from the secondary bedrooms. The master has a huge walk in closet, new carpet, vaulted ceiling, white cabinets in the bath, tiled shower, and new exhaust fan.
The guest bath has been freshened up with white cabinets and the secondary bedrooms both have new carpet and new white faux wood blinds.
Come by Sunday and take a tour of this home in the heart of Edmond.
If you would like to schedule a private showing you can reach Kiley at
405-410-9696 or Kim at 405-474-4774.
As you spend this 4th Thursday of November celebrating Thanksgiving surrounded by family and friends consuming delicious food, we thought we would provide you with some fun facts to Wow your guests with.
The History Facts:
- The Settlers of the Plymouth Colony celebrated the 1st Thanksgiving in 1621 with 50 Pilgrims, 90 Pilgrims that lasted over 3 days, and only 5 women are believed to have been present.
- Sarah Josepha Hale, who wrote the poem “Mary Had a Little Lamb” campaigned 17 years and finally convinced President Lincoln to declare Thanksgiving a national holiday in 1863.
- President George H.W. Bush is the one who formalized the turnkey pardoning tradition in 1989. 2 turkeys are sent to the White House each year.
The Fun Fact:
- There are towns in the U.S. named “Turkey”. Turkey, Arizona / Turkey, Louisiana Turkey, North Carolina /Turkey, Texas.
- 1876, year the Thanksgiving football tradition began with Yale playing Princeton.
- 1920, year the 1st NFL games were played on Thanksgiving Day.
- The Dallas Cowboys and the Detroit Lions have played every Thanksgiving since 1966.
- It takes 10 hours and 33 mins to burn off the average 4,500 calories the average American consumes during Thanksgiving dinner.
- Black Friday is the busiest day of the year for plumbers.
- Over 8,000 participants walk in the 2.65 mile route of the Macy’s Day Parade that has over 3.5 million spectators attending and over 50 million television viewers.
- Over 32 million people begin Black Friday shopping on Thanksgiving Day, with the average 5 day spending to be above $300.00.
4100 Cedar Creek Drive Edmond
Open House Saturday & Sunday 2:00 pm – 4:00 pm
This home has so much potential with multiple living areas ample windows for natural light, new paint and some new light fixtures. The kitchen has new stainless steel appliances, great cabinet storage, a walk-in pantry, an island, bar seating and plenty of prep space. The spacious master suite offers a large sitting area surrounded by windows and a large master bath with double vanities, jetted tub, shower, and walk in closet with built ins. The secondary bedrooms share the hall walk thru bathroom, with a tub and a shower & double vanities. The fourth bedroom has built ins and could be used as a study. Enclosed sun room has large, picturesque windows of the beautiful wooded lot, that also plenty of space to run and play. The fenced are in the backyard has a storage shed with electricity. A two car extended garage is attached, along with a third side entry garage that offers a heated and cooled workshop with built in cabinet storage). This incredible, wooded acreage is waiting for you to call home.
7321 Louisburg Dr Oklahoma City
Open House Sunday 2:00 pm – 4:00 pm
Come by Sunday and see this cul de sac home across the street from beautiful Beacon Hill neighborhood pond.
This home has a flexible floor plan and is absolutely adorable! As you walk through the front door, you’re greeted by a true entry way and on to the living room with it’s brick fireplace and all new carpet. The formal dining is open to kitchen so it could be used as study or play area. This home has a neutral palette throughout. The kitchen is partially open to the living room with a pantry, light Formica countertops with plenty of cabinet storage and ample work space. Master bedroom offers a ceiling fan, three windows, two closets and a master bath with double vanities and a garden tub. Secondary bedrooms are separate from the master and share a guest bathroom. The serene backyard setting is ideal for outdoor entertaining as it features a covered patio, landscaping, and still allows room to run and play. A storm shelter and organization cabinetry are all in the 2 car attached garage. The Beacon Hill home is move in ready!
Now is a great time to buy or sell! If you have any Real Estate needs please give us a call, were are always happy to help!
Hopefully you have been enjoying the first few weeks of fall and the cooler temperatures.
Although the cooler temps feel great now, we will be wearing extra layers and waiting as long as possible to flip the switch to heat, because as soon as we do, our utility bills will for sure go up.
I thought I would share a few ways I have found to cut bills by making small affordable adjustments to our habits.
- Program the thermostat to go up or down a few degrees when you are not home.
- Change your air filters. Dirty filters slow down air flow, making your furnace and AC work harder. Filters should be changed every 3 months.
- Flush your hot water heater and insulate it to keep heat from escaping. Minerals and sediment can build up inside your tank. Flushing once or twice a year will allow the water heater to run more efficiently.
- Install low flow bath fixtures to reduce water usage.
- Run appliances like, dishwasher, clothes washer & dryer at night. Electricity doesn’t always cost the same. Avoiding the use of heavy energy appliances during peak times will help reduce your bill by hundreds of dollars a year.
- Wash your clothes in cold water, which gets them just as clean and uses half the energy of hot water.
- Don’t over stuff the dryer. Extra large dryer loads will not save you time and energy. Filling the dryer more than two-thirds full doesn’t leave enough room for the air to circulate, which causes increased drying time and will make your bill go up. Use dryer balls in a half full dryer instead of dryer sheets. The sheets have a film that reduces the efficiency of the dryer, while dryer balls can speed up drying time.
- More efficient use of the dishwasher, like running it when it is full and at night will definitely save you money. Also, consider letting your dishes air dry, If your dishwasher does not have an air dry setting, just prop the door open after the final rinse.
- Replace light bulbs, even if just a few, can be one of the easiest ways to cut down on your electric bill. LED, CFL, and halogen incandescent bulbs can be a little more expensive, however they are cheaper over the life of the bulb.
- Plug your electronics into Smart Power Strips. Smart power strips work to reduce your power usage by shutting down power to products that go into standby mode. If you use a regular power strip, just turn the strips off a night before you go to bed.
If you are ready to find a new home that is more energy efficient, please let us know; we would be happy to assist you in your search!
Edmond, OK 73034
Office: 405.330.2626 l Cell: 405.474.4242 l Fax: 405.330.2627
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Pumpkin Patches & Fall Farms
Now – Oct. 31
Parkhurst Pumpkin Patch (720 Henney, Arcadia) features hay rides, a cornfield maze, fun fort, petting zoo, hay rides, pony rides, fire pits for roasting, picnic areas and more. Cash or check only. General admission, $9; Thursdays, $8; kids (2 and under), free. Cash or check only. Thursday, 1-6 p.m.; Friday-Saturday, 10 a.m.-8 p.m.; Sunday, 1-6 p.m. 315-7392
Now – Nov. 4
Sunshine Shelly’s Pumpkin Patch (7110 N Harrison, Shawnee) features u-pick-em pumpkins and ornamental gourds for sale, four-acre corn maze, hay rides, a kiddie train, corn cannon, haunted maze on the weekends, small petting zoo, rubber duck races, fire pits, picnic areas and more. Adults, $7; seniors (65 & up); kids (2-12), $5; kids (1 & under), free. Some activities require an additional fee. No admission charged to pick pumpkins. See website for hours of operation.
Now – Oct. 31
Wizarding World of Tiger Safari at Tiger Safari Zoological Park (963-S Frisco Rd, Tuttle) features up-close encounters with animals, themed photo stations, pumpkins and hay rides. Guests are encouraged to come in costume. Prices vary. Tuesday – Sunday, 9 a.m. – 5:30 p.m.
Now – Oct. 13
WINGS: A Special Needs Community Fall Harvest Pumpkin Patch (13700 N Eastern, Edmond) features pumpkins, pony rides, a pumpkin train, hay rides, hay slide, corn maze, bounce houses, games and more. $5; kids (2 & under), free. Operating hours are Friday & Saturday, 10 a.m. – 6 p.m.; Sunday, 1 – 6 p.m. 242-4646
Now – Oct. 27
Pumpkin Patch at Kenny Farms (205562 E County Rd 40, Woodward) features pumpkins, a petting farm, corn pit, pony rides, pumpkin barrel train, pumpkin sling shots, pedal cars, yard games, bounce house, tractor play set and more. Admission is $10. Saturday, 10 a.m. – 6 p.m.; Sunday, 1 – 6 p.m. Kiddie Days offer half price admission on Tuesdays & Wednesday from 10 a.m. – 2 p.m. 714-3453
Now – Nov. 2
Rustic Roots Pumpkin Patch (105340 Greer Rd, Lamont) features pumpkins and fall decor as well as a corn maze, petting zoo, corn cannon, hay maze, jump pad, hay fort, concessions and more. The corn maze is haunted after dark! $8-$12. Tuesday & Wednesday, by appointment only; Friday – Saturday, 10 a.m. – 6 p.m.; Sunday, 1 – 6 p.m. 580-716-3608
Now – Nov. 9
Orr Family Farm (14400 S Western) features hay rides, a pumpkin patch, corn maze and fun fall activities. Some activities may require additional fees like the Zombie Apocalypse Paintball, offered on select days. New this year, Farm After Dark is a fun, new way to experience Farm activities.Weekdays, $11.95; weekends, $15.95. Kids age 2 and under are free. Packages and season passes available. See website for hours of operation. 799-3276
Now – Nov. 1
The Busy Bee Pumpkin Patch (10005 US 77, Lexington) features a variety of pumpkins for sale while supplies last. Families can explore the farm, browse the selection of gourds and snap a few photos. Free admission. Open seven day a week, 9 a.m. – 6 p.m.
Now – Nov. 2
Wild Things Farm (700 Beaty Ave, Pocola) features a corn maze, flashlight maze, petting zoo, pony rides, jumping pillow and pumpkin patch. $12-$15; kids (under 18 mos), free. Thursday & Friday 2 – 6 p.m., Saturday 10 a.m. – 6 p.m.; Sunday, noon – 6 p.m. Night Maze open select days. 918-626-4053.
Now – Nov. 3
at Chester’s Party Barn & Farm (5201 Cimarron Rd, Piedmont) features a petting zoo, giant slide, pony rides, hay rides, 3-acre mystery maze, games and more. Admission includes one pumpkin per paid guest while supplies last. Annual memberships are available. Ages 1-10, $10; ages 11 – 64, $6. Infants 11 months & under and seniors ages 65 & older are free. Monday-Saturday, 9 a.m. – 6 p.m.; Sunday, 1 – 6 p.m. 373-1595
Now – Oct. 31
St. Matthew United Methodist Church Annual Pumpkin Patch (300 N Air Depot, Midwest City) features story time, garden shop, pumpkins of all sizes and picture opportunities. Proceeds benefit local missions and non-profits. Pumpkin Festival on Oct. 13. Monday-Saturday, 10 a.m. – 8 p.m.; Sunday, noon – 8 p.m. 732-6831.
Now – Oct. 30
The Pumpkin Patch at Woodbine Farms (5109 Kings Rd, Ardmore) features pick-your-own pumpkin patch, animals, tractor-pulled hay ride, duck races, and more. $7 for ages 2 & up. Saturday, 10 a.m. – 6 p.m.; Sunday, 12:30 – 5 p.m. 580-226-4052.
TG Farms Newcastle (1580 NW Highway 37, Newcastle) features tractor-drawn hay rides, petting zoo, hay maze, hay jump and slide, corn maze, tricycle race track, duck pond, pony rides, pick-your-own pumpkin patch, concession stand, general store and more. $10 per person plus tax on weekdays and $12 per person plus tax after 3 p.m. and on weekends. Kids under walking age are free. Season passes available. Open daily, 9 a.m.-dark. 387-3276. Additional location at 4335 W Highway 9 in Norman.
Now – Oct. 31
Hay Maze at Brown Ranch (Hwy 77, Ardmore) features a hay maze, campfires for roasting, kiddie cow train, an educational hay ride, hay slides and a kid’s corral with pedal cars, scooters, diggers, playhouses and more. $10; kids (3 & under), free. Thursdays & Fridays, 5 – 9 p.m.; Saturday & Sunday, 2 – 9 p.m.
Now – Nov. 2
The Patch at Silver Wind Farm (16315 N MacArthur Blvd, Edmond) features farm games, petting zoo, tortoise & hare races, inflatables, pony rides, pop-up shops, pumpkins and more. Some activities not included in general admission. 3 & up, $10. FREE adult ticket with the purchase of a child admission. Friday, 4 – 7 p.m.; Saturday, 11 a.m. – 7 p.m.; Sunday, 4 – 7 p.m. 834-0411
Now – Oct. 27
at the Myriad Gardens (301 W Reno) celebrates pumpkins and all things fall. Thousands of pumpkins are on display along with scarecrows and a variety of activities. Free admission for members and kids 2 & under. Non-members, $8. Open daily, 10 a.m.- 5 p.m. 445-7080
Now – Oct. 31
Pumpkin Patch at Gate Church (7700 N Council Rd) features a variety of fall fun including pumpkins, photo areas, games and more. Admission and activities are free. Pumpkins available for purchase (price varies by size). Monday-Saturday, 11 a.m – 7 p.m.; Sunday 2 – 6 p.m. 728-7700, www.thegatechurch.tv
Local 4th of July Events and Activities:
FREE Blue Star Museums provides FREE admission for active military members and their families to more than 2000 participating museums across the country from Memorial Day through Labor Day. Available to military ID holder and immediate family members. See website for details and full list of participating locations.
FREE Stars & Stripes River Festival in the Boathouse District (725 S Lincoln, OKC) features a 4th of July themed festival with racing, dragon boats, OG&E NightSprings, live music, fireworks and more. Activities begin at 10 a.m.; fireworks, at dark.
June 27-30 July 3-6
LibertyFest in Edmond is a week-long celebration featuring 10 family-oriented events, including a concert, road rally, kite fest, rodeo, car show, food fest, pageant, parade and fireworks. See website for schedule.
FREE Bixby Freedom Celebration at the Bentley Park Sports Complex (7673 E 121st St S, Bixby) features food vendors, live music, kids’ Fun Zone and fireworks. 5:30 – 10 p.m.
FREE Freedom Festival at Elder Thomas Park (501 NW Ferris Ave, Lawton) features live music, bounce houses, car show and more. The festivities will end with one of the largest firework displays in Oklahoma. Free to attend. 10 a.m. – 11 p.m.
FREE Davis Summerfest at Wolf Field (Davis) features live entertainment, inflatables, rides and fireworks. Gates open at 5 p.m.; fireworks, 9 p.m.
FREE Family Freedom Fest at The Bridge Church (1116 W State HWY 152, Mustang) features a community event for the whole family with food trucks, live music, bounce houses, games & more, followed by a fireworks display. 7 p.m.; fireworks, 9:30 p.m.
FREE Blanchard Independence Celebration (10th & HWY 62, Blanchard) features fireworks, food, live music and special activities for kids including carnival rides and inflatables. 6 p.m.; fireworks, 10 p.m.
FREE Red, White & Boom! Independence Day Concert at State Fair Park (3001 General Pershing Blvd) features a FREE concert followed by a spectacular fireworks display. Bring lawn chairs to enjoy the show. Entry & parking are FREE. Concert begins at 8:30 p.m.; fireworks, 10 p.m.
July 3 & 4
FREE Freedom Fest at Chisholm Trail Park (500 W Vandament, Yukon) & Yukon City Park (2200 S Holly, Yukon) is a two-day festival honoring veterans while celebrating with the community featuring live music, children’s decorated bike contest, car show, triathlon, swimming, hot dog eating contest, free watermelon and ice cream, fireworks and more.
FREE Old-Fashioned Independence Day Celebration at Red Bud Park (Main St, Marlow) features a parade and all-day festival with fireworks. 9 a.m. – 10:30 p.m.
FREE Bethany Freedom Festival at Eldon Lyon Park (7400 NW 36th, Bethany) features live music, food vendors, inflatables, pony rides, carnival rides and games for kids and fireworks. Park festivities, noon.; fireworks 9:45 p.m.
FREE Celebration in the Heartland 4th of July Festival at Buck Thomas Park (1903 NE 12, Moore) features live entertainment, vendors, food, inflatables, children’s activities, music, car show and more. 10 a.m. – 10 p.m. Fireworks at dusk.
FREE Stillwater’s Boomer Blast at Boomer Lake Park (Washington & Lakeview, Stillwater) features a family fishing tournament, inflatables, food trucks and a fireworks show. 11 a.m. – 10 p.m.; fireworks, 9:35 p.m.
FREE Norman Independence Day Celebration at Reaves Park (2501 Jenkins Ave, Norman) features inflatables, food vendors, live music, fireworks and more. Activities start at 4 p.m.; fireworks, 9:45 p.m.
FREE OKC 4th Fest in the Boathouse District (725 S Lincoln Blvd) features fun activities including a full day of whitewater rafting and adventures plus 4th Fest activities kicking off at 4 p.m. including a local DJ, lawn games, food trucks and fireworks. 11 a.m.; fireworks, 9:45 p.m.
FREE Piedmont Freedom Festival on Piedmont Road (713 N Piedmont Rd, Piedmont) features pony rides, a parade, 80s-themed games and more. Activities begin at 5 p.m.; parade, 7 p.m.; fireworks at dusk.
FREE 4th of July Stars & Stripes Funfest Celebration at the Expo Event Center (4500 US-270, McAlester) features live entertainment, games, fireworks and more. 6:30-10 p.m. Fireworks at dusk.
FREE Tribute to Liberty at Joe B. Barnes Regional Park (8700 E Reno Ave, Midwest City) features musical concerts, food trucks and a fireworks display. Activities, 6 p.m.; fireworks, 9:45 p.m.
FREE Duck Creek Fireworks (32894 S 4507 Rd, Afton) features a large fireworks display synchronized to patriotic music and a vintage aircraft display and fly-over. 6 – 11 p.m.
July 6 & 7
Blackberry Festival at the McLoud High School Athletic Complex (12780 W Seikel, McLoud) features all kinds of blackberry themed items from fresh blackberries to blackberry cobbler, sodas, and teas, live music, a parade, food and fireworks. After the Parade, kids can enjoy a carnival and games. Free to attend. Friday, 5 – 11 p.m.; Saturday 9 a.m. – 11 p.m. Fireworks: Saturday, 10 p.m.
FREE Saturday for Kids at the National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum (1700 NE 63rd St). Celebrate Independence Day at the Museum’s turn-of-the-century frontier town. With music, dancing, children’s activities, a cake walk, and more, there is certain to be something for guests of all ages. 10 a.m. – noon.
This home offers an open living area with a cathedral ceiling & tons of natural light . The elongated study could be used as a second living area off the entry, just opposite of that is the formal dining room hardwood floors. Upstairs is perfect for entertaining or hanging out. The huge bonus/media room is complete with a beverage fridge and a half bath. Let’s talk kitchen… SS appliances including a double oven gas cook-top, lots of storage, massive island with seating & a spacious dining area with views of your backyard. The large master bedroom suite with room for a sitting area that has access to the back patio. The master bath features two walk-in closets, tub and shower.A beautifully landscaped backyard features a covered patio with built in grill with a granite prep area, a gas fire-pit & covered patio. All bedroom are on the main level and most of main house has hardwood floors, including the master suite. Fairfax Estates and The Golf Club of Edmond give you everything you want. It’s a must see!
Click the link below to take a tour of this spectacular home., then give us a call we would love to schedule a private tour for you and your family.
This weekend is a special time for moms and their children to spend time together. Whether your kids are young or old, it does not matter. Whether you go out for a nice Mother’s Day Brunch, cook at home or order take out, it does not matter. What does matter is the time you spend together celebrating the love you have for each other!
Some of us mom’s may enjoy a day fishing, hiking or going to a local park. I prefer to just be with my family, so a day grilling out, fishing and planting flowers is how we plan to spend Sunday. Some may want a day out of the house exploring our local attractions, so we have put together a list of Oklahoma City attractions that are offering specials for moms this weekend.
- Orr Family Farm – This weekend, moms can enjoy a special day with the family at Orr Family Farm Saturday, May 13 from 10 am to 5 pm. The Orr Family Farm will be hosting a special Mother’s Day Celebration with free Farm admission for all moms.
- Myriad Gardens where each mother will receive free admission Sunday, May 14 from 11 am to 5 pm. After you finish exploring the Crystal Bridge and have walked the garden grounds, Scissortail Gifts at Myriad Gardens will also be giving out a free Bedre chocolate rose with the purchase of an item.
- Oklahoma River Cruise for your mother this Mother’s Day! On May 13 and May 14, moms ride free on all public ferry cruises. Be sure to check the cruise schedules before making plans.
- Oklahoma City National Memorial – Head to the Oklahoma City National Memorial this Mother’s Day where mothers get free admission with one paid admission.
- National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum – Mosey on over to the National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum where every mom will receive free admission this Sunday. The Museum will also be hosting a Mother’s Day Buffet from 11 am to 2 pm in the Sam Noble Special Events Center.
- RIVERSPORT Rapids– Take mom on a wild, outdoor adventure this Mother’s Day at the RIVERSPORT Adventure Park in the Boathouse District where moms get a free admission with the purchase of a regular day pass.
- Oklahoma City Museum of Art – If mom has an eye for art, you have take her to the Oklahoma City Museum of Art where they are offering free admission for all moms. Discover one of the world’s largest collections of Chihuly glass and visit “The Unsettled Lens” and “After the Floating World: The Enduring Art of Japanese Woodblock Prints,” before both exhibits are gone.
- Science Museum Oklahoma – After exploring the Science Museum Oklahoma, kids can participate in Hand Bouquet Painting at the Gardens for a special, handmade gift for mom. Kids can create a bouquet for free with their museum admission Saturday, May 13 from 10 am to 2 pm.
- iFLY – For moms who are a little more daring, save $50 on select packages from iFLY for an experience she’ll never forget!
Happy Mother’s Day!