Primarily thought of as a bedroom community for those working in Oklahoma City, the beautiful residential area of Mustang is known for plenty of open spaces and single family homes. Located in the southeastern corner of Canadian County, Mustang is just southwest of Oklahoma City, keeping residents close to the capital and largest city of Oklahoma.  Characterized by rolling fields and tree-lined streets, Oklahoma is perfect for those looking for a taste of the quiet life. Read on below the listings to learn more about Mustang real estate.

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Mustang, OK Real Estate Stats

Average Price $352K
Lowest Price $115K
Highest Price $3M
Total Listings 189
Avg. Price/SQFT $173

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Mustang, OK Real Estate Information

Homes in Mustang, OK are typically spacious ranchers and modern farm-designed homes with plenty of room for large families. 

These properties typically have well lit and properly maintained lawns, with brick exterior walls and multi vehicle garages for families with more than one car. 

Many of these homes are new or have yet to complete construction, so be sure to reach out to us for more information on if these properties are available, and when they will be if they aren’t currently. 

Inside, Mustang homes have plenty of room, with multiple bedrooms. Primary bedrooms are great for oversized beds, with many still containing large walk in closets. 

Other bedrooms are large as well, with many of the homes containing between two and three bedrooms, depending on what you’re looking for. 

Often built with open concept floor plans, homes in Mustang are designed to make sure that the owner can express their unique style in the way they style their home. 

You’ll love cooking in the kitchens in Mustang homes, with plenty of space and natural light from the large picture window in the living room. 

Mustang, OK Area Information

Mustang is known for its friendly population and low crime rate, ideal for those with large families looking for a place to settle down. 

This quaint town is just minutes away from all the amenities of Oklahoma City, but offers residents a calmer, greener and more affordable place to live, with an average price tag of just about $350,000.

Parks In Mustang

Mustang has plenty of parks and open green space areas available for residents to enjoy, such as Wild Horse Park on the north side of the town. 

This gorgeous 158 acre park houses the Mustang town center and has everything homeowners could want, with paved walking trails, playgrounds, a fitness center and sports facilities such as softball fields and a disc golf course, all within walking distance from many Mustang homes. 

A few of the other popular parks in Mustang include:

  • Meadowbrook Park

  • Dowden Park

  • Mustang Old City Park

History Of Mustang

Originally founded in 1901, Mustang has a long history as a popular railroad town and still remains a freight stop to this day. 

One of the most prosperous regions in the state of Oklahoma, Mustang has also seen popularity for the bountiful crops it produces. 

In terms of how the town got its name, no one is totally sure. So far, the best guess we’ve got for how Mustang got its name is the nearby Mustang Creek that ran just north of the town. 

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