The third largest city in Oklahoma, Norman is known for its small town charm and laid back vibes. Home to the University of Oklahoma, this is a great place to live for those looking to go to school in the state's largest university, or for those who want to live close to the games and sporting events that happen on campus. Named after Abner Norman, the area's initial surveyor, and incorporated in 1891, this good sized Oklahoma town has plenty of history and contemporary charm. Thunderbird Lake to the east provides Norman residents with a large area for boating, fishing, hiking and more. Read on below the listings or click here for more information on Norman real estate.

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Norman, OK Real Estate Stats

Average Price $368K
Lowest Price $60K
Highest Price $2.9M
Total Listings 517
Avg. Price/SQFT $167

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Norman, OK Real Estate Information

Find your perfect home in Norman, Oklahoma! Houses here come in a wide variety of styles, from large brick manors to quaint single family homes. 

On the more expensive side, those looking for luxury can find it here. These homes offer residents huge plots of land often constructed with an eye towards Victorian style architecture.

Many of these homes are zoned for barns or livestock as well, perfect for equestrians looking to live just minutes away from Oklahoma City!

Outside, many of these homes come with luxurious wrap around driveways with well manicured lawns and large, welcoming front entrances. 

Once inside, homeowners and visitors are greeted by tall ceilings, timeless wooden accents, huge windows for plenty of natural light, and other high end features. 

Average priced homes are also gorgeous in Norman, typically single family rancher style homes with gorgeous brick exteriors set on gorgeous treed streets and avenues. 

Contact us to arrange a viewing and learn more about these incredible properties!

Norman, OK Area Information

As mentioned above, Norman is one of the largest cities in the state of Oklahoma, although it still has a population of less than 150,000 people. 

Located in Cleveland County, Norman has more to it than just being a university town, with plenty of museums, a quietly bustling downtown, and a state park to the east with a gorgeous lake that provides residents with plenty to do year round. 

University of Oklahoma Near Norman, OK

Initially founded in 1890, the University of Oklahoma was only founded just a year after Norman was. Located directly in the heart of the city, the University of Oklahoma is consistently recognized as one of the nations top universities. 

This makes Norman one of the best places to live for students of University of Oklahoma, as well as well as those looking to stay close to this area, as it's known for it's competitive sports teams. 

Thunderbird Lake Near Norman, OK

Thunderbird Lake is located just east of the city of Norman, a large body of water situated within Lake Thunderbird State Park. 

This large lake sits just minutes away from the town of Newton, allowing Norman residents to take day trips in to swim, boat, fish and hike around this gorgeous natural area. 

If Norman, OK sounds like your ideal place to live, reach out to us to find out more about the area!

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