Guthrie OK is located about 32 miles north of Oklahoma City. It lies along I-35 a primary corridor to Texas and Mexico. The city of Guthrie is located in Logan County and serves as the county seat. The city zip code is 73044. Guthrie is known for its collection of historic commercial architecture dating back to the 19th and early 20th century. The Guthrie Historic District includes over 2,000 buildings and is designated a National Historic Landmark.
What’s The Guthrie OK Real Estate Market Like?
The real estate market in Guthrie OK is rather interesting due to the historic nature of many of the homes found within the city limits. About 11% of homes are newer than 2000 and a good portion, about 30%, of the homes were built between 1970 and 1999. Another 28% were constructed from 1940-1969 and over 30% are considered historic and built prior to 1939.
The majority of the homes have either 2 or 3 bedrooms and are single family homes. There is almost a 50/50 split between owners and renters. 15% of the homes are vacant which can sometimes skew home values.
Below is a partial list of subdivisions in Guthrie OK:
- Cedar Valley
- Sweetwater Springs
- Missions Hills
- Oak Park
- Triple Crown Meadow
Homes for Sale Guthrie, OK
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Population and Housing Statistics
The population of Guthrie as per the 2014 estimates is 11,096 residents. With a land area of 19.2 square miles the population density is approximately 531 residents per square mile. The number of housing unit (both homes and apartments) totaled just over 4,000. The average home value at$114,180 places Guthrie, OK homes prices well below the national average.
The most prevalent type of housing in Guthrie is detached single-family homes representing about 75% of the housing unit in the city. You can also find large apartments, duplexes, and a few row houses. The median age of homes is 61 years old, with 50% of residents owning their home.
Guthrie OK Economy
The City of Guthrie has a fairly low unemployment rate of 3.4%. Jobs are expected to grow at the rate of 1.36% with a 10-year forecast growth of 39.30% The incomes per household averages $34,590.
As a tourist destination, Guthrie is certainly growing. Over 250K people visit the city every year. The main reason they come to visit is that the entire city has been designated a National Historic Landmark. The influx of tourism is great for the local merchants and the local Guthrie economy.
Major Employers in Guthrie OK
- Guthrie Public Schools
- City of Guthrie
- Guthrie Job Corps
- Logan Medical Center
- Guthrie Public Schools
Guthrie, OK Public Schools consists of 6 schools serving K-12 grade students. Enrollment is approximately 3,500 students. In April 2016 three Guthrie schools were honored by Governor Mary Fallin at the Capital as recipients of the Spotlight on Academic Achievement Award. The award is given to schools showing dramatic academic improvement.
- Cotteral Elementary School
- Central Elementary School
- Fogarty Elementary School
- Guthrie Upper Elementary School
- Guthrie Junior High School
- Guthrie High School
To learn more about the Guthrie Public School system visit their website.
Healthcare in Guthrie OK
The residents of Guthrie have access to Logan Hospital and Medical Center. A state-of-the-art hospital providing a full range of medical services that includes intensive care and coronary care. In addition to the hospital there are many qualified general practitioners, chiropractors, optometrists and dentists.
Guthrie also has several accredited nursing homes. For those interested in independent living Driskell House Retirement Center is your choice. Assisted living services is offered at Golden Age Nursing Home, Masonic Charity Foundation and Masonic Home of Oklahoma.
Parks and Lakes in Guthrie OK
The city has 5 parks, two lakes, three athletics fields and a municipal pool. Guthrie’s Parks and Public Grounds Division is responsible for the maintenance of these facilities.
Lakes include Guthrie Lake and Liberty Lake. The athletics fields are Cottonwood Flats, Owens Field, and Kiwanis Field. The municipal pool is located at Highland Park.
Guthrie OK Restaurants
You’ll find Guthrie offers food choices that will satisfy any taste bud. From fast food places to local delights that you won’t want to miss. Below is a partial list of places to dine in Guthrie OK.
- Fuente Grande Mexican Restaurant
- Gage’s Steakhouse
- Halftime Bar & Grill
- Hoboken Coffee Roasters
- The Jungle
- Katie’s Diner
- Rick’s Fine Chocolates and Coffee
- Roma’s Italian Restaurant
- Tap Room 223
- Stables Cafe
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