Oakcreek Community is in it’s 5th year as a Senior Cohousing community in Stillwater Oklahoma.
For Sale: Two-bedroom, one and one-half bath home with large wrap-around front porch, a slate patio in the back and windows on three sides plus a skylight in the great room and a solar tub in the bathroom for an abundance of natural light. It is extremely well insulated and has large triple-pane windows. Geothermal heat and air results in low utility costs and NO noisy compressor to disrupt the quiet summer evenings outside.
Oakcreek Community cohousing is a 55+ active adult neighborhood of singles and couples who share a common vision of aging-in-place with grace and dignity. All that our community offers enables members to live interdependently longer with healthier and more active social lives.
Oakcreek is conveniently located in the heart of Stillwater, Oklahoma. It is near Oklahoma State University, a revitalized downtown area, Boomer Lake, shopping centers, restaurants, and is approximately one-hour drive from both Tulsa and Oklahoma City. The 7.5 acre site provides many opportunities to spend time outdoors…walking among the trees, sitting on rocks next to the creek, and chatting with neighbors along the connected sidewalks or on front porches. The walking is carefree thanks to the garages and carports tucked neatly in the corner of the property.
There is also expanded living space beyond your own home in the “Common House”. The Common House features a fully-equipped kitchen for cooking group meals weekly; an inviting dining room with a gas fireplace, skylights, vaulted ceiling, and tranquil views of the grounds; an intimate sitting room which shares the fireplace for meetings or media events; a large living/activity room; laundry facilities; workshop, an office with Wi-Fi; outdoor patio with grill; and guest wing that includes 3 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms.
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Current HOA dues are $297 per month and include:
• Water, sewer, trash and recycling
• Electric utility for garages and common areas
• Gas utility for common house
• Property and liability insurance for common areas and sheetrock
out for private homes
• Exterior maintenance of private homes and all common areas
• Cable, internet and telephone
• Operating expenses for activities of the teams that do the community work
• A half-million dollar Reserve Fund to assure a well-kept community
for years to come
• All of the many intangible benefits of living in community.
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