3305 N OLDE BRIDGE RD Moore, OK 73160
- 5 Beds
- 4.2 Baths
- 7236 sq.ft.
The Community of Moore
A Beautiful and Thriving City in the Oklahoma City Metro
With Interstate 35’s quick access to downtown Oklahoma City, the rapidly growing city of Moore is a thriving location for families and businesses. With an affordable cost of living, Moore real estate offers families and individuals of all ages a beautiful place to call home. The variety of styles and the appealing price points in newly constructed and existing homes in Moore offers refreshing options for those looking for an Oklahoma City area home.
The City of Moore, located in Cleveland County, covers 22.2 square miles. Its median household income of $60,474, which is 9% higher than the national media, reflects the community’s stability. Over 69% of Moore homes are owner-occupied, with 31% of its residential property leased out. Moore's median home value of $135,400 provides homebuyers with viable options. With its ideal location and sense of community, Moore offers an attractive lifestyle to many.
A growing suburban city with easy access to Oklahoma City, Moore is a great place to call home. A budding city where neighbors are friendly and homes are affordable, its added bonus lies in the close-by Oklahoma City’s employment prospects, great dining, and seasonal events. Still, Moore continues to experience residential and business growth. Come to Moore and see for yourself why so many enjoy calling it home.
The Moore post office was established during the Land Run of 1889 and was officially incorporated in 1893. The city remained small throughout the first half of the twentieth century until the 1960s brought a population explosion and more than 18,761 people by 1970. The community has continued to grow, with more than 60,000 residents, and is consistently ranked as one of the best communities to live in and raise a family in Oklahoma.
Moore has three public high schools that rank among some of the best in the state. Students have the opportunity to take Advanced Placement coursework and exams at all three schools, participate in a variety of sports and extracurricular experiences.
Moore has a variety of entertainment activities from the luxurious Moore Warren Theater and the 128-acre Buck Thomas Park in Moore, which has a variety of outdoor amenities, including a large playground, skate park, sand volleyball, and tennis courts. The Yellow Rose Dinner Theater, the only full-time professional dinner theater in Oklahoma, and Andy Alligators Fun Park - featuring bumper boats, mini-golf, and batting cages - is a kid favorite.
Popular Moore restaurants include:
Volcano Sushi Bar and Hibachi — 4.5/5 Stars
Eagle One Pizza— 4.5/5 Stars
The Boxcar Coffee— 4.5/5 Stars
Hollie's Flatiron Grill— 4.5/5 Stars
Hidalgo's Mexican Restaurant & Cantina— 4.5/5 Stars