Since its foundation in 1872, Muskogee in the state of Oklahoma has been a magnet to attract people. At first, it was due to its privileged location next to the confluence of three rivers, Arkansas, Verdigris and Grand, which helped to make it a natural trade center. Nowadays it is still a magnet for visitors and people seeking a great place to live there for a variety of reasons to do so. Its rivers still keep attracting visitors for sport & recreation activities for the whole family in the Three Forks Harbor with its marina and multipurpose events center and plaza, located just 24 miles away. Also its lakes, such as Tenkiller Lake and Lake Eufaula, attract many visitors for scuba diving, fishing or swimming.
The city is also an important cultural center. It is home of The Oklahoma Music Hall of Fame & Museum which honors the outstanding contribution and influence of Oklahomans to this art. Every year some musicians are inducted and a concert is held at the Civic Center to celebrate it and remind the nation that the residents of this city are “Okies from Muskogee”, as the famous song recorded there says.
Muskogee is a friendly-business location and it is a market with more 39.000 residents that together with the rest of nearby areas have called the attention of new investors and it is booming right now! Local and traditional stores and businesses are also an important part of the community; as an example Charlie´s Chicken is a signature restaurant to find fresh food and Harmony House offers its delights in a historic Victorian Style house.
From the first moment you arrive to Muskogee, you get embraced by its heritage and warm community that welcomes newcomers. With New Home Source you can find the best deals in this city and its nearby areas. Prices for new homes for sale in Muskogee start at low 100´s up to low 300´s. Features may include rustic hardwood floors, theater room, open balcony, mother in law quarters with separate entrance, spacious lots and much more because you have the option to customize the properties that are still under construction.