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  • Donnie Woodard
    RE/MAX Energy
    Why is Mustang, OK a great place to call home? I have lived n Mustang my entire life, other than four years in Stillwater for college. Real quickly, here are four simple reasons why Mustang is a terrific place to live.
    1) Location! Mustang is near major highways and just west of Oklahoma City. Not to mention Kilpatrick turnpike that also go through Mustang. It is easy access, easy commute, easy to get back and forth from Oklahoma City, Edmond, etc.
    2) Schools! Many people look to move into Mustang for the school district alone. Very uncommon for anyone to have much bad to say about the school district.
    3) There are many homes for sale in Mustang. We have luxury, first time home buyer homes, homes with land, brand new homes, etc.
    4) Mustang has everything you need right here. There are many restaurants to choose from, grocery stores, etc.
  • Donnie Woodard
    RE/MAX Energy
    Ask Donnie a question about Mustang.
    Mustang, OK
    Mustang, OK is a growing community just on the outskirts of Oklahoma City. It has very highly rated schools and is a great city for those that commute to Oklahoma City, Edmond, Norman, etc, often but do not want to live in those larger cities. The city is booming with new businesses and restaurants. There is a reason why not many move out of Mustang.
  • Brian Woodward
    RE/MAX Energy
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    Mustang, OK
    If you haven't driven through Mustang lately, you may not have noticed the new businesses coming to town! Right in front of Lifechurch and Lowe's, there is a brand new strip, bringing Tropical Smoothie Cafe, Great Clips & Sport Clips, and The Lokal! If you haven't heard of The Lokal, they are a local restaurant just about 15-20 minutes up the road on Main Street in Yukon!
  • In 2017, the city of Mustang's Wild Horse Park unveiled a playground that allows those with disabilities to play alongside their friends without disabilities. The play area includes zip lines, tandem swings, and slides that don't require climbing.

    The idea to create Brittany's Play Adventure came from Lynly Girder, whose sister-in-law; Brittany Girder, was born with Pallister-Killian mosaic syndrome (PKS), a rare genetic disorder that has Brittany functioning at a three-four-year-old level.

    There are well over 1,000 children in the Mustang Public School District with special needs that benefit from having Brittany's Play Adventure to explore on. The Mustang High School helped raise funds for the playground as a way to show their support and to promote the inclusion of all regardless of their level of ability.

    During the Spring, Summer, and early Fall you will find a melting pot of children, having fun and learning through their environment.
  • The Mustang Public Library has done a fabulous job of creating an exciting, educational venue for children and adults alike. Whether you like to read a physical book or ebooks, their catalog is massive. If you cannot find a title you are looking for, the Mustang Library is part of a large book loaning/sharing program that will locate the book you're looking for and have it shipped in for you to read. The library isn't just for books. You can find music or educational CDs and DVDs, periodicals and magazines. The online catalog included with your membership has an even more extensive catalog and also provides many study guides and practice tests for those preparing for professional certifications and licensing exams.

    My favorite part of the Mustang Public Library is the many educational programs and various activities they host for the community. They make sure to hold a wide variety of classes and events for all ages and interests. For instance, they recently had a class on growing and caring for succulent plants. They host multiple game nights for all ages. There are weekly Preschool Storytime and a book club for young adults. There are classes on how to make piñatas for teens, tutorials on making your own Boba tea for adults, science experiments for school-aged children, nature hunts, classes on managing stress, and the list goes on! These events and activities create a positive association with reading and learning when children are allowed to partake in these fun, yet educational events starting at a young age. They enable an eagerness to learn. The Mustang Public Library is continually finding ways to keep our community engaged in life-long learning and bettering ourselves so that we can impart our knowledge to others in our community.
  • Brian Woodward
    RE/MAX Energy
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    Mustang, OK
    The City of Mustang is a growing place with a small town feel. The town features tons of events for the public, including a farmers market, tons of events at the Town Center, including Murder Mystery Dinners, clubs for kids and teens, and more! Even though Mustang is growing everyday, it still has a wonderful small town feel and is located within minutes of interstates and the turnpike!
  • Here's some great information for you if you are looking for the recent real estate market trends in popular Mustang, Oklahoma!

    Active Homes for Sale - 118
    Sold Homes in Mustang - 139
    Active Homes Maximum Price - $1,099,750
    Active Homes Minimum Price - $64,000
    Sold Homes Maximum Price - $615,000
    Sold Homes Minimum Price - $79,900
    Median Price for all Listed and Sold Mustang Oklahoma Homes - 238,855

    It pays to use a quality realtor when you start your home buying or home selling adventure.
  • Brian Woodward
    RE/MAX Energy
    Mustang is such a great place to make your home. Small town feel, but it is growing everyday. Our schools are among the top ranked districts, the people are great to talk to, and we have great food and shopping located in and around our town. Easy access from here to get to Yukon, I-40, I-44 and it takes about 15 minutes to get to downtown Oklahoma City. Come find your new home!

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    RE/MAX Lifestyle

    2209 S.W. 104th Street, Suite B
    Oklahoma City, OK 73159

    RE/MAX Energy

    335 South Mustang Road
    Yukon, OK 73099

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    12309 Hidden Forest Boulevard
    Oklahoma City, OK 73142