Fairview Farm Neighborhood Edmond OK 73013

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Fairview Farm Neighborhood entrance gate The Fairview Farm Neighborhood in Edmond is one of Oklahoma City’s premier gated communities of estate homes. Fairview Farm is located on the northwest corner of NW 150th & Western Ave. This makes for a great location: close to highways, Quail Springs Mall and shopping, the Memorial Road restaurant row and the Mercy Health Center.

The lots generally range from ½ acre to 1 acre, although there are some both smaller and larger. A new area within Fairview Farm for those ‘empty nesters’ desiring small lots and low maintenance is The Abbey. There are currently about 125 homes in Fairview Farm and The Abbey with about 75 lots remaining to be built. A large section of Fairview Farm contains a large pond with many homes offering a water view. Access to Fairview Farm is through 4 community gates.

Fairview Farm Neighborhood- The AbbeyConstruction on the first homes began in 1993 and still continues. Builders in Fairview Farm are most of the ‘Who’s Who” of Edmond luxury home builders – Henry Coffeen, Jim Quigley, Larry Russell, Don Ed Roberts, Mark Dale, Matt Wilson, Virgil Onan and Steve Trumbly among others. Sizes range from 3,500 square feet to 7,000 square feet with the median home being about 4,600 square feet. Sold prices over the last 18 months range from $475,000 to $1,730,00 (sold by yours truly!)

Fairview Farm Neighborhood Photos

Fairview Farm Neighborhood Map

Homes Currently For Sale In Fairview Farm

Fairview Farm Statistics – Last 18 Months

Fairview Farm Edmond OK Market Statistics

Originally posted on okchomesellers.com

Comments (2)

Quakertown, PA
e-PRO, Realtor - Bucks County PA - 610-952-3578

What a great presentation on this neighbohood.  This is very informative.  Thanks for sharing

Aug 22, 2010 12:38 PM
Connie Lou Barnett
Real Living/Home Realty - Owensboro, KY

Hi Bill,

   Fairview Farms looks like a wonderful community and I'm sure you will have a lot of sales in this area.

Connie Lou

Aug 22, 2010 01:15 PM