One of the wonderful things about living in Broken Arrow is the fact that living in the “suburbs” doesn’t necessarily mean living out of the city. The city’s large land area lends itself to all the best aspects of suburbia, while our low commute times and excellent traffic grid management make getting where you need to go easy. Broken Arrow makes it possible to get that suburban feel without being far from the action.
This development started in the early 1990s with prices around $200,000, and today’s homes run $500,000-$600,000. Forest Ridge spans two square miles and has 13 different mini-neighborhoods along with amenities like six lakes, four parks, 10 miles of trails, a swim and tennis center, golf course and a top quality restaurant.
Established in 2005, Stone Wood Crossing is situated behind the new St. John Broken Arrow Hospital and has 20 floor plans for new homes ranging in price from $200,000-$350,000. The subdivision of full brick houses is located off Elm Street and north of 61st, offering easy access to the Broken Arrow Expressway Corridor.
A large neighborhood with pockets of gated communities within it, Battle Creek is an older subdivision with homes developed around Battle Creek Golf Club and within 15 minutes of downtown Tulsa. The community sits off Broken Arrow Expressway and includes a 378-unit luxury apartment complex that features eye-pleasing architectural designs.
One of the newer developments in Broken Arrow is The Reserve at Bradford Park, with houses priced at $250,000-$350,000 on the south side of the city. Several floor plans are available in this 90-acre residential community, and various greenspaces are in place along with Indian Springs Golf Course.
One of the newest neighborhoods in Broken Arrow is Iron Horse Ranch, an ideal community for new families and first-time homeowners because of prices ranging from $120,000-$200,000, and a median price of $145,000. Twelve floor plans measure from 1,200 to 2,600 square feet of space, and the subdivision has a splash park, soccer field, two ponds and a playground. Families have the convenience of Indian Springs Elementary and Childers Secondary School.
Here are links to many of the Homeowner’s Associations in Broken Arrow, for more information on these great neighborhoods: