Purchased at foreclosure in 2008, this attractive home has undergone remodeling of the kitchen, master bed, master bath, and hallway. It is very well insulated in the attic and has ceiling fans in every room except the baths. Every window in the home is double pained with low-E glass, and argon filled. The windows which insulates the home both thermally and from outside noises. The garage has an attached covered carport and the very broad back porch is covered as well. The large back yard is fenced all around with chain link on three sides and a wooden privacy fence on the west. The property has several trees, including a peach tree in the front and a mulberry in the back. There is a large shed in the back yard that has an overhead garage door, as well as a walk through door. The shed can be used for storage or perhaps converted to a workshop. In addition to the shed, a portion of the attic is decked for additional storage. The tall gables of the home make the attic space easier to work in. The house has an attic fan, though it is currently disconnected.
This home has vacant lots adjoing to its east and west that add to the rural feel of the location. Situated east of town, the sun will rise and set behind you as you commute both to and from work in Tulsa. Although it is in Rogers county and is part of Catoosa, it has a Tulsa address and enjoys Tulsa water and VVEC electricity. In my experience, these utility providers are more professional, reliable, and less expensive than those available in Catoosa.