19491 N 4020 Road Bartlesville, OK 74006
- 6 Beds
- 4 Baths
- 6758 sq.ft.
The City of Bartlesville
A midsized community with city amenitites and affordable living
Once home to the Phillips Petroleum Company headquarters, Bartlesville, OK now offers a wider variety of jobs. It also has a flair for arts and culture. This mid-sized town gives residents the perfect mix of city amenities and affordable living. Bartlesville real estate goes fast. Work with local real estate company McGraw Realtors to find your next Bartlesville house!
Bartlesville is found in Washington County and covers 21.1 square miles. The median household income here is $52,131. Most residents own their homes, and the median home value is $119,000. With excellent job prospects and affordable housing, it’s easy to buy and sell Bartlesville, OK real estate with the right real estate company.
Residents describe Bartlesville as a friendly small town with cultural attractions you won’t find anywhere else. Learn about the area’s past at the Phillips Petroleum Company Museum. Or admire architect Frank Lloyd Wright’s Price Tower as a symbol of Bartlesville’s aspirations. Moving here, you can become part of this bustling town’s future.
Bartlesville owes its existence to Jacob Bartles. He opened a trading post, post office, grist mill and several other frontier businesses that encouraged other settlers to move in. The town was incorporated in 1897 and continued to grow after Frank Phillips opened Phillips Petroleum Company. Modern companies have since taken over, but the Bartles and Phillips names are still apparent throughout the town.
Bartlesville Public Schools offer students excellent educations at highly rated schools. Families also have the choice of several private schools in the area. Private Oklahoma Wesleyan University and the public Bartlesville Rogers State University campus offer higher education opportunities for college students. Career and technical training are available at Tri County Technology Center, winner of the 2018 Malcolm Baldrige National Quality Award.
Bartlesville offers families affordable housing as well as entertainment. Watch for bison and Japanese sika deer at the Woolaroc Museum & Wildlife Preserve. Take in the sounds of the annual OKM Music Festival. Or enjoy the kids’ festival at June’s Sunfest.
After so much fun, grab a bite to eat at Bartlesville’s restaurants:
- Murphy's Original Steak House - for American diner fare
- Hideaway Pizza - the best pizza selection in town
- Painted Horse Bar & Grille - a traditional steakhouse with a modern twist
- Weeze's Cafe - breakfast all day
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