Great home for almost anyone. 3 Bedrooms and 2 baths. The hardwood floors are pristine! 1 car garage and nice fenced yard. This home has fresh paint and easy access to the school. Kitchen has a nice gas stove and tiled floor! Open floor plan into the living and dining area. The back yard is welcoming with a covered porch all accessible by patio doors. Tons of storage and closets in this home. New heat and air unit in 2020. Hot water heater is only 3 years old! Come look at this affordable home in Burns Flat!
Burns Flat, Oklahoma
Why do people make Burns Flat home?
This community is on the smaller side with a population of about 1,974 per the 2010 census. Although the town is small it has a great community and you will never meet a stranger. This community has a great small-town feel and friendly faces everywhere you look. It’s not a place where you ask for just a cup of sugar but a place where you can go ask for a helping hand. Burns Flat locals support small businesses and have made this small-town feel like home.
Burns Flat shares a school with another local town called Dill City. BFDC is home to the Eagles. They offer grades K - 12 and hire top-notch educators to teach the next generations. There are several school districts around BFDC that offer classes as well; Elk City Schools, Merritt, Sayre, Canute, and Hammon to name a few. Every school in our area provides amazing education for our students as well as outstanding extracurricular activities.
The stats of Burns Flat, Oklahoma, and Washita County
Population: 1,974 per the 2010 census
Climate: cold dry winters, hot wet summers (Oklahoma weather is known to change at a minute's notice)
Median Income: Single: $32,353 - Family: $35,870
County Seat: Cordell, Oklahoma
Population: 11,066 per the 2020 census
Geography: According to the U.S. Census Bureau, the county has a total area of 1,009 square miles, of which 1,006 square miles is land and 5.6 square miles (0.6%) are water. The county lies in the Western Redbeds Plains sub-region of the Osage Plains. The Washita River drains most of the county, except that the southwest corner drains into the North Fork of the Red River
Median Income: Single: $44,331 - Family: $56,619