When you think of the state of Oklahoma, you surely don’t expect to see a lakeside villa-esque estate with amazing views. Well this newly built mansion is located at 12576 Shoreline Drive in Skiatook, OK. It boasts 8,183 square feet of living space with 6 bedrooms and 7 bathrooms. It is listed at $2,700,000.

HERE ARE THE LISTING DETAILS:

This is truly Oklahoma’s most magnificent Lakeside Villa featuring the finest of architectural detailing, craftsmanship and materials. Exterior features include: stucco and stone exterior, tile roof, 4 car garage 2000 square feet of travertine decking with stone balustrades and arches offering panoramic views of the lake,… Interior details include: 14′ and two story ceilings; molded crowns, baseboards and window trim; travertine throughout the home; electronic controlled grand chandeliers to raise and lower for cleaning; two staircases featuring custom wrought iron plus an elevator to the second and ground floor; custom granite onyx and glass tile; imported Italian chandeliers, fans and lights… For family and friends the villas has 6 bedrooms (two masters with one up and one down featuring cast stone fireplaces and stunning views of the lake and private patios), 5 full and 2 half baths… Exquisite is the only word that describes this massive culinary kitchen with custom Habersham cabinetry, leaded glass doors, center island, breakfast bar, and serving bar, glorious views… Of course we can not forget the wine cellar nestled off the corner of the kitchen, fabulous!

CLICK HERE FOR THE LISTING

  • PriceyPads

    It’s pretty nice!




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  • kieran

    Nice house, nice view!
    The kitchen looks like it burnt in a fire, but this could be styled to look really cool




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  • Brandt

    the fire place in the library looks like one of those dutch heaters you see for free on TV lol




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  • Daniel

    Well, it certainly doesn’t look like your typical Oklahoma home, does it?

    Siakkook? Skaitook? Skiatook? Huh? Where?

    The exterior looks different, but I don’t like the ground floor stone fortress-like architecture. It is way too bold and really doesn’t look all that authentic (Which is what I would imagine the builder/owner was going for). I like SOME of the interior details by themselves (The venetian plaster, the arched French doors, a couple of the chandeliers), but altogether, it is overpowering and tacky. I hate how the crown molding and door frames use an identical design – it isn’t that nice to begin with. The ‘distressed’ kitchen looks terrible.

    All in all, I think this house was meant to deceive any guests. The faux-Italian villa overlooking the water nonsense only works in parts of the country where snow doesn’t come down in feet. Please, if you like this style of architecture, keep it in Florida, California or in Italy where it belongs.




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    • Siobhan

      Agreed. Kitchen goes down in history as one of the worst design decisions we’ve seen here.




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  • Grrrowler

    I grew up in Tulsa, south of Skiatook. I was in Skiatook once…some might say one time too many! The town is nothing special; it’s just another small town with not much going on. There are numerous lakes in OK, all of them manmade, and Skiatook Reservoir is not considered one of the nicer ones. There are some beautiful areas on lakes with rolling hills and much better views. Everything in this part of the state east is just very flat.

    There are MUCH nicer houses in Tulsa itself in the area around Philbrook; many of the houses in that area were built in the early part of the 20th century by oil barons and are amazing by any standard. This house…well, it’s not amazing in my book.

    A few of the details are nice, but overall I don’t like it. The exterior looks like it’s sitting on top of a battlement, and that doesn’t fit the style of house. The interior looks like any oversized suburban house with some bling stuck in/on it. The kitchen looks as if it were pulled out of a dumpster. The fireplace in the library is definitely an electric model; tacky tacky tacky. The ceiling fans don’t fit the style of the house at all. I think the tile floors also look cheap.

    All in all, it isn’t a nice a house even for Oklahoma.




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    • Siobhan

      I do like the idea of the vertically rotating ceiling fan – something really different in ceiling fan design, other than just changing the shape and color of the blade – but imagine they create a noticeable wind, rather than with a standard fan (which just gives the impression that air isn’t stagnant…).




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  • Venom

    It is nice.
    Definitely not what I expected for Oklahoma.




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  • Russell

    The fourth picture of the “view” is so fake! you can see where they colored the picture and cut off half of the light on the railing.




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    • Travis

      Lol that’s wierd. I wonder what the actual view is…
      I feel like this house is out of place. Something about every pic justs seems strange to me.




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      • Siobhan

        Could not agree more.




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      • Chance

        I’m sure that is the real view, but the water is probably a dingy brown color, same goes for the sky actually. Guess that’s why they colored it.




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    • Grrrowler

      I knew that pic was cropped somehow but I hadn’t noticed the top of the light. That’s really bad. I could tell by looking at the top of the balustrade that something had been edited, but whoever did it is not very good with Photoshop. It’s really horrible how the agent sticks the picture of herself on pictures of every house she has listed.




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      • Venom

        OMG that is so ghetto.




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  • Mak

    Fail.
    fail fail fail fail fail.

    One. Big. Fail.




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  • j

    Dear kenny,
    On yahoo i found this article: http://realestate.yahoo.com/promo/the-60-million-dream-house.html

    If you notice it talks about a gated community mohamed hadid is currently developing that will have homes from 30 – 40 million and a home that is almost complete across from the beverly hills hotel that he plans to put on the market in march for 60 million. I was just wanting to know if you could find more information about the gated community and the new house across from the hotel.




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    • Daniel

      Actually, I think they may be referring to this home or the one being built next to it. It is 2 blocks from the hotel:

      http://www.realtor.com/realestateandhomes-detail/9577-Sunset_Beverly-Hills_CA_90210_M17121-99857?ex=CA516794944




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      • j

        Its more than likely the one next to it because that home is owned by C. Frederick Wehba Sr. He is the founder of Bentley Forbes. Im guessing it is the home next to this one. Also, i hope the new gated community will be as good or better than beverly park.




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      • j

        Now that i go back and look at the pictures of the Miami home , I am beginning to like it alot. I bet it will sell for $ 40 million.




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        • Chance

          Before I saw the pics of that Miami house I really didn’t like the renderings of it, but now that it’s done I kinda like it. As has already been said though, it won’t fetch $60 million, I’m guessing half that.




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  • Siobhan

    They doctored a lot of these photos, which makes me wonder about the quality of the workmanship, etc.

    Did anyone else notice that awful black downspout? (Photo 3 on the realtor.com site.) Could have been done MUCH more tastefully. The retaining wall should be constructed with real stone, not those BS cinder blocks. Bad ceiling lines inside the main floor master bedroom (another space designed from the outside) where you can’t even see the top of the nice big window from the interior. The fixtures look like Home Depot-quality.

    Why would they need junction boxes on the kitchen ceiling in a brand-new home, other than to address poorly planned electrical/fire protection lines? (Photo 6 on realtor.com)

    Views of the lake, but no lake access? Awkward wall space surrounding the library’s (CHEAP LOOKING) fireplace. Should have tiled it out and included a much larger mantle.

    Awkward bedroom layouts. AND WHAT IN GODS NAME IS THAT HAPPENING ON THE WALLS OF THAT SHOWER?

    Overall, my impression is that this not-yet-completed home already looks out-dated, tired, and worn. It’s not built to a standard of quality that will age well over the years, so this is it at its finest. Ew.




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  • Shelly

    What a gorgeous home! I wonder why they’re selling?

    Well, if you’re looking to build your own toned down version of this home, check out http://www.oklahomelakeproperty.com and see what you think. Beautiful lake front lots, but nowhere near the same price (though you could build a home of that size… but you might have to grab two lots).




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