Stunning 4 Bedroom and 3.5 Bathroom Home Located at 129 Park Drive in Sayre, OK! Home is Nestled in on 3.18 Acres with a Morton Barn / Workshop! Complete Remodel! Custom Oak Wood Flooring in the Massive Living Room! Kitchen has New Lighting, Brand New Stainless Appliances, and is an Open Floor Plan. Wood Burning Fireplace is 3 Sided and will have a Black Finish instead of the Gold. Primary Bedroom is on the Bottom Level with a Primary In Suite Bathroom with Double Vanity and a Custom Walk In Shower and a Custom Vanity Area. Glass Sinks are a Glimmering Focal Point! Primary Walk In Closet is Huge! Custom Wood Flooring is also in the Entire Living Room, Primary Bedroom, Primary Bathroom and Walk In Closet. Gorgeous Staircase Leads you to the Second Level. Sparkling White Tile Takes you out Either Side Exterior Door to Cement Patios. Custom Pergola Would be the Perfect Place to Put a Hot Tub! 3 Bedrooms and 2 Bathrooms are on the Upper Level. Garage Holds 5 Vehicles with 2 Auto Doors!
Why do people make Sayre home?
This community is on the rather small side with a population of 4,540 per the 2020 census. This town has a heart of gold and you will never meet a stranger. Sayre locals support small businesses and are there to lend a helping hand. Throughout the year Sayre holds public events such as; Sayre Alumni Weekend and the Chamber of Commerce banquet. The Sayre Golf Course is a 53 acre 9 hole course.
Sayre is home of the Eagles. Providing students with top notch facilities that are necessary for students to achieve excellence. Sayre Public Schools offers education for K - 12. There are several other surrounding communities that offer the same level of education; Elk City, Merritt, Canute, and Hammon.
Stats of Sayre, Oklahoma and Beckham County
Population - 4,540 per the 2020 census
Climate - cold dry winters, hot wet summers (Oklahoma weather is known to change in a minutes notice)
Median Income - Single: $21,713 - Family: $30,000
County Seat: Sayre, Oklahoma
Population - 22,000+ per 2020 census
Geography- According to the U.S. Census Bureau, the county has a total area of 904 square miles, of which 902 square miles is land and 2.1 square miles (0.2%) is water. The county is drained by the North Fork of the Red River and its tributaries: the Timber, Sweetwater, and Buffalo creeks. The northwestern part of the county is part of the High Plains. The rest of the county is part of the Gypsum Hills physiographic region per Wikipedia
Median Income- Single $45,726 Family $57,316.