2529 Belle Crossing Enid, OK 73703
- 4 Beds
- 3 Baths
The City of Enid
A lovely community in Northwestern Oklahoma
Nicknamed the “Wheat Capital” of Oklahoma, Enid has the third-largest grain storage capacity in the world. Agriculture and oil have long provided jobs for families who enjoy the affordable cost of living here. Whether you’re looking for a home in Enid’s revitalized downtown or one of its suburban neighborhoods, real estate company McGraw Realtors can help you find the right home for the right price.
Enid, Oklahoma is in Garfield County and has a population of 50,612. Its median household income is $49,399. About 60% of Enid residents own their homes, and the median home value is $104,400. The area’s cost of living is much lower than the national average, making it an attractive place to settle down and easy to sell your Enid home.
Enid, OK, has everything you need for comfortable residency in a Midwestern town, like shopping, parks, dining, libraries, and more. An early 20th century “golden age” resulted in many now-historic neighborhoods followed by a modern revitalization of downtown. Both resulted in a variety of homes for those considering Enid real estate.
Founded in 1893, Enid was either named for a character in Alfred, Lord Tennyson’s Idylls of the King or from a backward chuckwagon sign that was supposed to say “DINE.” Whatever the truth of its name, today, Enid is known for being a family-friendly town with a growing economy.
Enid real estate and its excellent schools bring many families here. Along with highly-ranked public schools in the Enid Public Schools and Chisholm Public Schools systems, Enid has several private Christian schools and two Montessori schools. The Autry Technology Center offers vocational classes, while Northern Oklahoma College and Northwestern Oklahoma State University offer college degrees.
Enid keeps your family busy with attractions like the Cherokee Strip Regional Heritage Center or the Railroad Museum of Oklahoma. Catch a show at the Gaslight Theatre or concert at the Stride Bank Center. Kids love Leonardo’s Children’s Museum. Or attend any of the community’s many festivals and events.
Hungry? Grab a bite at Enid’s
Callahan’s Pub & Grille — Scottish-inspired pub food
Costello’s Continental Cuisine — Wide variety of international foods
Mango Tree Cafe — for southeast Asian food lovers
Cafe Garcia — serving up Mexican favorites
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