Following national trends, Oklahoma’s real estate market is seeing diminishing supply and growing prices. In fact, the state is experiencing the highest levels of sales activity and price increases in five years, according to Oklahoma Association of Realtors data. With sales activity steadily on the rise, and diminishing numbers of new listings, the numbers of days spent on the market have also been on a continuing downwards slide.
For buyers looking to invest in luxury properties, Oklahoma’s exclusive homes offer plenty of luxury amenities at significantly lower price points than states such as Michigan and North Carolina. Ranging between $3,450,000 and $5,000,000, Oklahoma’s most expensive homes for sale right now feature equestrian facilities, abundant privacy, stunning views and infinity pools. Home theaters, wet bars, and gourmet kitchens are must-haves, with wine cellars, fireplaces and walk-in closets also popular.
Among more unique features are saunas, gun ranges, private ponds and lake frontages, with the occasional dock also making an appearance. As for the #1 most expensive home for sale in Oklahoma right now, the 5-bed architectural masterpiece is the work of Cecil Stanfield. Emulating a fishing reel, the round home is centered on a show-stopping indoor pool atrium with exposed beams and abundant natural light. Be sure to scroll down to check out the complete list.
10509 Quo Vadis Drive, Arcadia
Asking price: $3,450,000
On the market now with an attractive $200,000 price reduction, this 5-bed custom build enjoys ample privacy and security in the gated luxury community of Quo Vadis. Just a quick drive from downtown Oklahoma City and Edmond, Quo Vadis boasts private lakes and more than 5 miles of equestrian trails. Built in 2013, the 6-bed home at 10509 Quo Vadis Drive features a near-endless list of upscale amenities, from a gourmet kitchen, fitness center and study, to a dog room with doggie shower, several walk-in closets and four fireplaces.
The resort-style home also features a media lounge with bar, as well as an in-home theater complete with concession area, 12-foot ceilings and a wine cellar. Outdoors, there’s a 45,000-gallon pool and an outdoor living room complete with fireplace, kitchen and grill.
Asking price: $3,500,000
Also just a quick drive from Oklahoma City and Edmond, this 320-acre estate is an outdoorsman’s dream. Whether your passion is hunting, fishing or hiking, this grand estate has it all, including a 200-yard gun range. The 4,736-square-foot main home features 4 en-suite bedrooms, fantastic views, eco-friendly geothermal heating, and a study.
There’s also a gourmet kitchen, a wine cellar, several fireplaces and walk-in closets, as well as a 12-square-foot safe room. The estate features ample forests, farmland, and a covered patio. The property also includes a 2,000-square-foot building complete with kitchen and 2 bathrooms, ideal for converting into a guest home.
Asking price: $3,750,000
A stunning resort-style home in the gated community of The Points, this 5-bed property combines Santa Barbara and Mission styles with panoramic views of Grand Lake. The outdoor infinity pool and spa might be the property’s most coveted features, and they are joined by the outdoor kitchen and generous covered balcony and terrace space. Dubbed Las Ventanas, the California-style home also boasts cathedral ceilings, an entertainment kitchen with butler’s pantry and sunny breakfast nook, as well as a chef’s kitchen. The two-story great room features far-reaching lake views, a bar, and climate-controlled wine storage.
Asking price: $3,900,000
Built in 2015, this 5,745-square-foot home is perfect for boating enthusiasts thanks to the Grand Lake water frontage and a private dock with a 50-foot boat slip. The 4-bed smart home showcases resort-style amenities like the infinity saltwater pool, two bars, a covered outdoor kitchen with grill and poolside lounge, and a generous second-story terrace, not to mention the dock lounge, perfect for al-fresco dining by the water.
Indoors, the 4-bed home features a tiered private theater, a stone wine room, multiple fireplaces, two living rooms, oversized windows and exotic materials. Additional amenities include a gourmet kitchen, a study, a billiards room, lake views and five garage stalls.
Asking price: $3,950,000
Oklahoma buyers interested in a little piece of history will enjoy this 1936-built landmark property designed by Donald McCormick. Fully renovated by Allen Madewell, the Norman-style stone house comes with 1 acre of manicured grounds and a show-stopping new pool house. Cathedral ceilings, exposed beams, wood paneling, a bevy of fireplaces and exposed stone walls create a warm indoor living environment, with generous natural light flooding this unique residence.
Guests and owners will enjoy the entertainment lounge complete with billiards room, in-home theater, full bar and fireplace, and with a state-of-the-art kitchen ready to serve up gourmet meals. The 4-bed home offers generous outdoor living areas, with an expansive outdoor terrace showcasing an inground pool, al-fresco dining, an outdoor covered kitchen and a lounge area. A substantial additional terrace allows for larger outdoor events.
Asking price: $4,200,000
Located in the gated community of Fossil Creek, this 9-acre estate showcases a 14,167-square-foot main home among manicured grounds, as well as a 2-bed guest/caretaker’s home. Designed for entertaining, the 7-bed main home comes with a top-of-the-line indoor gun range, a wine cellar, a full bar, an in-home theater, a game lounge and a gourmet kitchen with butler’s pantry. The 2006-built home is a great investment for aging in place, thanks to the in-home elevator and dual master suites, one of which is located on the ground floor. The upstairs master suite includes a study, a fireplace and a private balcony.
The expansive grounds, generous balcony space and oversized covered patio create plenty of opportunities for outdoor living, not to mention the outdoor pool. The stylish Fossil Creek home also features a private fitness center and an 8-car detached garage.
5412 E Princeton Street, Broken Arrow
Asking price: $4,495,000
Nestled among 26 acres of manicured gardens and golf course style grounds, with mature trees, equestrian facilities and a generously-sized pond, this 4-bed home is now on the market with an attractive $500,000 price reduction. Oversized ceilings and rooms create an airy, open feel, while the music room, game lounge, sauna, library, gourmet kitchen and craft room offer plenty of opportunities to unwind. The 9,623-square-foot home offer dual master suites, both featuring walk-in closets, wet bars, fireplaces and cozy studies.
An infinity pool and spa are the go-to areas in the warm months, with balconies and patios offering plenty of outdoor living space. Equestrian enthusiasts will love the horse amenities that include a nine-bay outbuilding with 5 horse stalls, a tack room, a wash bay, as well as the horse walker and four paddocks. A greenhouse and a climate-controlled 4-car garage round out this exclusive estate’s pricey extras.
4711 S Deerfield Drive, Stillwater
Asking price: $4,538,000
Those looking for decadent privacy need to look no further than this 9,615-square-foot home in Stillwater. Located on 63 wooded acres with walking trails and five large ponds, the 4-bed home welcomes visitors with a showstopping 4-story domed painted ceiling and grand dual staircases. The luxurious mansion offers up two master suites, both on the main floor. One features a private veranda, while the other comes with an in-home office, oversized dual walk-in closets, a breakfast lounge, a master bath with Jacuzzi and an oversized walk-in shower with no less than six showerheads.
The great room features a wet bar and an oversized fireplace, and parties are a breeze thanks to the chef’s kitchen complete with a walk-in pantry that doubles as a storm shelter. There’s also a billiards lounge, an in-home theater and a private fitness center. The outdoors can be explored via walking trails or by luxurious chill-out areas, including a resort-style pavilion with reflective pool and a 30-seat palapa. The large lap pool comes with waterfall and is fed by a marble fountain, and two oversized garages complete the set of luxury amenities this Stillwater estate has to offer.
14275 E Waterloo Road, Arcadia
Asking price: $4,700,000
Probably one of the grandest Oklahoma estates, 14275 E Waterloo Road offers up 560 stunning acres of pastures, forests and equestrian facilities. The 4-bed main home is situated at the end of a grand circular drive and boasts a gated entry for extra security and privacy. Horse enthusiasts will appreciate the stables and horse pastures, the 5,000-square-foot equipment building and, of course, the caretaker’s quarters.
The main home enjoys oversized ceilings and generous outdoor living areas, including an outdoor pool, a bath and a large patio. Designed for grand-scale entertaining, the 12,612-square-foot home showcases a chef’s kitchen complete with fireplace as well as an additional catering kitchen, a game room, a two-story wood-paneled library with fireplace and elevator, and a flex room. The master suite boasts a spa bath, with a sauna also included in the 2001-built home. Future owners have the possibility of adding additional bedrooms or amenities like an in-home theater thanks to the 1,650 square feet of climate-controlled storage area.
1102 N 305th East Avenue, Catoosa
Asking price: $5,000,000
Known as the Zebco Round Home, this 5-bedroom creation is the work of architect Cecil Stanfield. Uniquely shaped like a fishing reel, the lakefront home was commissioned by R.D. Hull in 1970. The 12,620-square-foot home is centered on a stunning indoor swimming pool atrium complete with spa and gaming area–all covered by a 25-foot-high dome, allowing natural light to pour in through the glass ceiling. Surrounded by a 15-foot-wide circular hall with plenty of glass walls, 43 doors with hand-carved panels, curved oak beams and a ’70s throwback color scheme, it’s no surprise this home has been featured on television over and over again.
Not only does Oklahoma’s #1 most expensive home come with stunning architecture, it also features a living room with two aquariums, a formal dining room, an indoor patio, thematically decorated bedrooms, and a master suite with walk-in closet. There’s also a game lounge with four pinball machines and a pool table, a reception room, a wet bar, an indoor grill, a staff quarters and a 4-car garage with ceramic floors, a workshop and porte-cochere. The Zebco Round Home sits on 6 acres of lawns and mature trees, but buyers can also purchase an additional 312 acres of land for enhanced privacy.
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In order to determine which were the most expensive homes for sale in Oklahoma, we looked at all residential properties listed for sale, taking into account condo, co-op, single- and two-family homes. All package deals were excluded.