1515 Vista Drive,
Bartlesville, OK 74006
Mid Century Modern built on 3+ Lots with a total of 1.108 Acres +/-
(1.11 Acres Rounded)
Large enough for a Garden, Garden Party or Company Picnic
Invite the entire town, there's room
Extra Features that virtually no other listings in Bartlesville offer:
(And NONE of the Internet Value Estimators take into account.)
Impressive Grand Circular Brick Driveway with abundant parking - 6,423 sf +/- room for 30+ cars. $144,000
Replacement Cost per Local Brick and Stone Mason at between $20 to $25 per sq. ft. = $128,000 to $160,000
Land, 48,264 sq. ft. - roughly 4 times the size of a city lot
Most city lots are zoned RS-5 to RS-10 or RS-12 which indicates that they have 5,000, 10,000 or 12,000 square feet respectively and are so close to their neighbors you can hear their teenager's blaring music. Not so with this home, insulated and quiet interior.
1.11 Acres +/-
Replacement cost to acquire an acre of land (Based upon selected properties offered for sale on Jan. 7, 2018).
Prices per Acre:
Quarry Ridge Estates $111,500 x 1.11 = $123,800
Deerfield $127,000 x 1.11 = $140,900
Stonebridge $149,500 to $190,000 x 1.11 = $165,900 to $210,900
Starview Estates $140,000 x 1.11 = $155,500
New Orleans Vieux Carré inspired Custom Designed and Custom Built Wrought Iron Gates, Security Doors and extensive trim work
Estimated Reproduction Cost $15,000
House Size: 2,441 sf Per County Assessor
(Realtor's personal measurement shows slightly less - Buyers should verify the size to their satisfaction. * )
3 or 4 bedrooms one of which is a 15 X 17 bonus room with closets and half bath that could be utilized as a 4th bedroom, office, gym, workout room, Ma'am Cave or Man Cave, sewing room, hair dressing studio or any number of uses.
It is possible to access this room without going through the house, lending itself to a home based business or office (with home occupation permit).
Baths: 1, 3/4, 1/2 Wheel-chair accessible 3/4 bath shower, full bath and half bath.
House is wheel chair friendly with a single step from ground level (ramp is included) and over-sized hallway.
The roof is tied down with Hurricane Straps, and was replaced within the past 5 years
High Efficiency Central Heat and Air System new in 2014.
One Owner Home. Built by an Engineer as his own personal residence, he first built this house in Texas, then refined, perfected and rebuilt a second version when he was transferred to Bartlesville with Phillips Petroleum Company.
This house is Over-engineered and Ultra-Engineered. It features 3 times the normal amount of iron rebar in the foundation and the concrete was poured in a single continuous pour. This makes it stronger with no seams to permit moisture or pest infiltration. It was designed as a "Floating Slab" to resist damage from earthquake movement. It is the strength that would normally be built for a multi-floor apartment complex.
The house features 2 X 6 walls and was designed to support a Second Story if one were ever desired. Additionally all the windows feature double framing with an extension at the top so that window treatments may be secured in solid wood rather than sheetrock and to clear, rather than cover, part of the windows.
The Electrical System features wiring that is one gauge heavier than required. Three conductor plugs in areas likely to need grounding (motors, appliances, etc.) are grounded. Two connector plugs, in areas that typically have only lights and clocks that do not require grounding (bedrooms, etc.) are ungrounded. However, in 1966, personal computers were not planned. If you desire a grounded and possibly isolated electrical circuit or circuits, they can be easily installed as the electrical circuit panel (located in the small bedroom closet) has circuit slots available. Be sure to look underneath kitchen and living room shelving and inside cabinets, because in addition to the visible electrical outlets, numerous hidden outlets exist, and all rooms feature more outlets than normal.
Installed as a precautionary measure, French drains and swales were added when the house was constructed and the yard features underground drainage. The gentle slope and over an acre of surface area is Ideal for a Water Catchment System for no cost irrigation. Neighbor owns a lawn care company, has been maintaining the yard for a number of years and has indicated that he would continue for the new owner, if desired, for $90.00 per month. (Of course this is always subject to change and should be verified independently.)
This house has an over-sized two car garage with a wall of built in storage, dual overhead doors with mail catch box and two pedestrian doors which could be used to access the bonus room without going through the living area, which could be a bonus for Home Businesses. Extra Tall Ceilings.
Fire hydrant immediately south of the driveway. Many insurance companies price their policies based on a number of factors including distance to the nearest fire hydrant. This and a brick exterior can have a beneficial effect on the price you pay for insurance.
* Note: Design and construction information has been provided by the owner. All figures and information is believed accurate but should be verified independently, some items may be subject to change.
creates an Impressive Entry
Company or Garden Party for 30+ cars
Wrought Iron reminiscent of the Vieux Carré Historical District in New Orleans
Extensive Wrought Iron, Custom Designed, Security Doors.
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All images (C)2018 Gary Scott