- 4 Beds
- 2 Baths
- 1,800 SqFt
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Welcome to West Hill, a secluded neighborhood located at the corner of NW 82nd and Lee Boulevard, with an exclusive amenity: an opportunity to have your children live in Lawton and go to school in Cache. Your new home has all the amenities you would expect in quality New Construction: Granite, Stainless Steel Appliances, a Master suite with Shower and Jacuzzi Tub, an Office, Gas Fireplace, and so much more. West Hill is the only neighborhood in Lawton City Limits that is included in the award winning Cache School District. Welcome Home, Welcome to West Hill.
Located just 90 miles southwest of Oklahoma City and situated near the Wichita Mountains, Lawton is the third largest city in the state of Oklahoma. It is estimated that there will be population growth of about 10% over the next 5 years in the Lawton-Fort Sill area, making Lawton-Fort Sill a great relocation destination. Click to discover more about Lawton, OK real estate, or view homes for sale in West Hill below, Lawton zip code, Cache Oklahoma School District.
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Lawton's housing market is recognized as the strongest in all of Oklahoma, as well as one of the top national markets currently. There are many homes for sale in Lawton, with most properties being single-family dwellings, and a sprinkling of duplexes in the mix. Lawton, Oklahoma homes range from under $30,000 for historic fixer-uppers, to $600,000 for large, recent-construction houses. There truly is something for every price range in the Lawton, OK real estate market.
The Lawton, Oklahoma area economy is partially dependant on the military base at Fort Sill as well as manufacturing, health care, education, and other types of employment. The major employers in Lawton are the Fort Sill military base, Goodyear, the school district, Cameron University, Comanche County Hospital, and the City of Lawton. There are many opportunities for employment and business in Lawton, due in part to the planned revitalization and restoration of the downtown area. There are also a number of new restaurants and business spaces opening up. While many areas of the country are struggling, Lawton-Fort Sill is an area ripe with growth and economic opportunity, perfect for relocation.
Cache High School was first organized in 1902, the same year the post office was built in Cache. Three years later in 1905, the settlement known as Cache became an incorporated municipality now known as the city of Cache, Oklahoma. Since then over 20 other original school districts in the surrounding area have joined the Cache School District. Today, Cache High School is a rapidly growing district of over 250 square miles. In 1978 the new high school was built on the South side of Cache Road which consisted of nine classrooms, a central office, and a library. In 1988 a new addition of 10 classrooms was added which included science rooms and a film projection room. Also, the Cache library/media center and a new cafeteria/meeting hall were added as part of this new addition. In 1995 another new addition was added to the east end of the building. Four classrooms, a lab preparation room and a set of bathroom facilities were added. In 2001 we added 2 computer labs and 2 classrooms onto the East end of the high school. We are a progressive 4A school that emphasizes academics through the three R’s: Respect, Responsibility, and Readiness.
Lawton, Oklahoma has 80 parks and recreation areas, and 3 major lakes. There is a wide variety of outdoor activities that residents can engage in around the Lawton, OK area, including fishing, camping, swimming, hiking, and a variety of water sports.
The area is also close to the Wichita Mountains Wildlife Reserve, which works to preserve the natural ecosystem found in this region of Oklahoma. Visitors are welcome to utilize the refuge for hiking and camping trips while enjoying the vast 59,020-acre park. The refuge is over 100 years old and home to more than 350 types of animals, including bison, deer, and elk. Hunting enthusiasts are welcome to apply for the annual controlled hunt that takes place to help maintain healthy numbers of deer and elk in the refuge.
Call 580-917-0707 or contact Susan Stricklin by email for more information.
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