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Comanche, Oklahoma Homes and Community
Comanche, Oklahoma is a town that is known for its farmlands, oil fields and rich cultural heritage. Located within the Southwestern area of Stephens County, Comanche real estate was first established as a part of the Louisiana Purchase. The area was then established as primarily Indian Territory in 1855, and was later designated as Comanche Nation Terrain. An Indian landowner named Johnny D. Wilson gave the area its current site in 1892, and then later the next year a post office was moved to the area to serve residents of Comanche homes. After its official incorporation in 1898 and the time of the Civil War, Comanche homes became a central hub for local cattlemen. The area also attracted agricultural enthusiasts that produced peanuts and pecans, wheat and other grains, and cotton. The area's progression was spurred on by the Pacific Railway and Chicago-Rock Island Railroad. However, the area's first oil well was tapped in 1918, and more than 200 others within the area were tapped by 1938. Today, the Comanche Home Buyer can still see the cultural influences of Native Americans and cattlemen of the 20th Century. In fact, Native Indian tribal ceremonies are still in practice today. Yet, many enjoy Comanche homes for sale because of their close proximity to the Rodeo Capital of the World.
Comanche homes offer spacious prairie land living opportunities with several amenities that Oklahoma home buyers have come to expect. Most lots are designated as rural district territory. As a result, buyers can find ranch properties, farmlands and horse-friendly properties. Furthermore, prospective residents can find single family homes with amenities such as additional barns and workshops, spacious yards and large floor plans. Buyers can find homes with both attached and detached garages and easy access to nearby areas such as Duncan, Marlow, Empire City and Lawton. Some Comanche Real Estate comes with amenities such as basements, hardwood floors and mature tree lots. Most existing Comanche homes for sale are designed with traditional ranch style features. Additionally, there are lots available with new construction, too.
Many enjoy the city of Comanche, Oklahoma for its outdoor sports and recreational activities. In fact, two area lakes are central to the activities and attractions that unite this community. The larger lake is called Waurika Lake and it offers 10,000 acres of swimming, camping, boating, hunting and fishing and it is just 10 miles away from the city. The smaller lake is called Comanche Lake and it offers similar activities and it is located less than four miles away. However, the Comanche Open Rodeo adds much to the economy and it offers professional prairie circuit racing, and it attracts fans from all over the world. Locals and visitors enjoy gambling, shows and entertainment at the Comanche Nation Casino in Lawton and the Chisholm Trail Casino in Duncan. Golf courses near Comanche homes include the Comanche Golf Course, the
Territory Golf and Country Club
, the Duncan Golf and Country Club, Twin Oaks Golf Club and Course and the Generation Golf Course. The Comanche home buyer also has access to the Chisholm Trail Heritage Center, the
Museum of the Great Plains
and nearby art galleries and clubs.
Discuss all of the real estate options available in Comanche, Oklahoma with Perkins Insurance and Realty today. Be sure to read about the surrounding areas of Empire and Duncan, Oklahoma to find the perfect place for you.