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OOSSSUU

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We both recent retired and will keep home base in Stillwater, OK.  Looking for a lake cabin - I love Texoma.    Grand Lake, Gibson, Tenkiller are all options to us.   I have googled "miles" and prefer the OKLAHOMA side of Texoma.  

I am looking for lake site property with easy access to lake, a morning coffee group to bull sh?t. with..      A slip to keep my boat would be a plus.  Some where our grandkids and can get wet without a hassle.  

Any input - suggestion on locations or real estate or agent?

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Try Zillow.com It is a site with maps of locations.

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Many coffee "groups", lots of property for sale right now.
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I highly recommend Martin VanMeter with Coldwell Banker out of Durant.  He also has an office in Kingston.  I am a real estate appraiser in Texas and Oklahoma and deal with alot of different brokers in the area.  Tell him Keith Wade sent you.  His cell number is (580) 920-6914.  I graduated from OSU in 94 I loved that place so much I spent 6 years there.
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I have been selling lake property around Lake Texoma for 17 years. Here is the link to my webpage. If you have any questions, I'd be more than happy to help you out. We work with all the other agents in the area, so we have access to every listing out there, and would be more than happy to help you weed through the places that aren't what you want in a lake retreat. http://www.laketexomarealty.com

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Texoma is the place to be!!!
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Good luck with your search for a 2nd home.  And congrats to you and the wife on your retirement.  Its time now to focus on y'all and your enjoyment and pleasure.  And Texoma sounds like just the place to do that!
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Get a good look at the lake now, could save you a lot of problems in the next high water issue. Just saysing
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How much you looking to spend?  What size are you looking for?

I own a house with approx. 4 acres with a pano view of the lake.  House is 3400 sq ft.  Has a large shop for your boat...

More land available .....

Alberta creek area.... 
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Not sure of your budget but Sand Point is a really nice area and there are several homes for sale.  I'm currently building a house there and was able to purchase the rights to a boat dock permit and was able to build a boat dock near the property.  Until we started building the house, we would spend all day on the dock swimming, boating, grilling out, and just hanging out with friends and family.  It's a relative safe place for kids to swim and its fairly private as boat docks have to be spaced at least 50' apart.

Properties with boat docks are not necessarily cheap but it is a quiet and social neighborhood with easy access to the lake that is located on the Oklahoma side.  It's also fairly centrally located for fishing if you dock your boat.  You can go South and reach the islands, in about 25 minutes, the dam or Soldier Creek in 15, Washita Point and Platter in about 10 and Alberta Creek in 5.  You can go North and reach the Roosevelt in around 10 and Big/Little Glasses in about 15. 

I can't count how many times I'm stopped during the day to chit chat as the neighbors drive by on their golf carts or UTV's.  Just make sure you stay above 650' as a lot of the waterfront homes have water in them right now.  It's just a matter of watching as I've seen homes sell for a little under a hundred a square ft to close to 300 a square ft.

The other thing besides great fishing that I like about Texoma over the other places you mentioned is because Texoma is farther south, you can typically get 3 to 4 more weeks of warmer weather than say Grand or Tenkiller.
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Have been looking at lake levels.   Thanks for the tip about elevation 650, it now makes sense.

Guess I am looking for a starter place.   A dream place would be lake shore with easy access to a boat slip. I understand the closer the lake equals more dollars$$.   Don't think I can layout $150K for a second home for a starter.  

Again - I need to interact with people - without a morning coffee group would make me go nuts.   I can keep with up with the best BSer's.     

Again Oklahoma side is my preference. 

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Cardinal Hills has a few for sale, Enos Mall is a jumping place in the morning's. We have two good boat ramp's (had), will need some work when the water comes down.
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Cardinal Hills has a few for sale, Enos Mall is a jumping place in the morning's. We have two good boat ramp's (had), will need some work when the water comes down.
Got enough Aggies in the area! [wink] Cardinal Hill is a nice area, couple for sale in Cardinal Cove (a little pricey IMO) Probably gomna be several in CC west, if you want chance water level again?
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There is a place across from my house that is for sale. Located near the end of Wildwood street on the west side and a about a mile and half west from Alberta Creek Resort. It is a manufactured home I think with a covered carport. The coffee drinker's  meet every morning at Alberta Creek CafĂ©. I don't know the price, but the owner just remodeled the house.
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This is a place we have for sale in Soldier Creek. It is very well maintained, less than 1 mile to 2 boat ramps, fully furnished, on a little less than 1/2 acre. It is listed here with a private boat slip, but you can purchase it without the private boathouse interest for $90,000. Soldier Creek is one the highest demand areas on the Oklahoma side of Texoma, so from an investment standpoint, that's a huge plus. Other good areas are Alberta Creek (great marina), Sand Point (no marina), Washita Point (close proximity to Alberta Creek Marina), Buncombe Creek (great marina), Enos (certain areas you'd want to focus on there). Good luck with your search. I know you'll love Texoma...it's definitely THE place to be!

http://www.activerealestateok.com/page/12869?propertyID=3339&

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