BLACK OAK AT IRON HORSE RANCH
Black Oak is a neighborhood in the Iron Horse Ranch Edmond community, west of I-35 on Coltrane between Coffee Creek and Covell Road. Originally part of the Harper Trust (a 4,500-acre ranch for the legendary Forrest Harper family), Iron Horse Ranch is of Oklahoma’s largest master-planned communities currently under development where people can live, work and play. Within walking distance of one of Oklahoma’s top educational school districts, featuring the state-of-the-art new Centennial Elementary School on the property, plans for the overall development of the entire 1500 acres include private residences, a middle schools, public parks, clubhouses, and commercial opportunities.
Large old oaks, pine trees, cottonwoods make the setting unique. It is tranquil, with large expanses of greenbelt, walking nature trails, acres and acres of lakes; creeks, streams, and lakes are the centerpiece of the development. The resort-style amenities are unparalleled and feature a 4500 sq. ft. clubhouse, to which the entire community has access. The clubhouse, which overlooks 3 ½ acres of lakes, boasts meeting rooms, a fitness room, lounge areas with natural stone, double-sided fireplaces, plush designer furnishings and artwork throughout, a catering kitchen. A multi-dimensional pool with a beach-style entry, interactive water features, and irregular-shaped pool with cabana, a pool deck designed with intersectional landscape, and nearby playground equipment complete the outdoor features of the clubhouse.
Restrictive covenants ensure the architectural intent to preserve the natural environment. Homes will feature natural stone and brick, a feel that matches the landscape plan and overall. Themed neighborhoods, such as Black Oak, feature home prices from $300,000 to $1Million. Schools in this district include: Centennial and Heritage Elementary Schools, Sequoyah and Cheyenne Middle Schools, and Edmond North High School.