Rustling Hills Edmond

What a treat I had today. I toured three homes in the Rustling Hills addition in Edmond. As soon as we entered the neighborhood I was taken with the mature trees. I can only imagine how beautiful it will be a few weeks when the leaves begin to turn. I also liked that the homes set back quite a bit on the lots. This gave a very open feel to the area as we drove through.
rustling hills

First the basic information. Priced in the popular $200-300K price range, Rustling Hills is located in Edmond off North Bryant between Coffee Creek and Sorghum Mill Roads. Most of the homes were built in the late 1970’s and early 1980’s. They average around 3000 square feet and sit on between 1 and 2 acre lots. Kiddos in the neighborhood attend school at Edmond’s newest elementary school, Centennial, Sequoya Middle School, and Edmond North High School which is a blue ribbon school.

As I toured the three homes I was drawn to the back yards in all of them. It may have been the pretty weather we had today, but I really liked the park like setting the trees provided. It was so peaceful. The neighborhood’s location is great. It’s far enough out for the serene setting, yet it’s still close enough that shopping and other amenities are still fairly convenient.

Because the homes were built about 30 years ago, some of the homes I toured could stand a few updates like paint and flooring. But the “bones” of the homes were great! I really liked the floor plans. They were all pretty open with sky high ceilings. The one feature that I think is better in the older homes I toured today compared to new construction is the bedroom size. All the secondary bedrooms were very spacious.

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