Oakmont Estates I
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Tishomingo has many recreational and historical lifestyle attractions. For one, there is the historic Capitol of the Chickasaw Nation. In 1898, in central Tishomingo, the beautiful Victorian Gothic granite capitol building was completed. It served the Chickasaw Nation as the National Capitol until Oklahoma statehood in November, 1907. In 1989, the Chickasaw Nation purchased its historical capitol back from the Johnston County government. Today it serves as a visitors center and cultural center featuring the history and many artifacts from the Chickasaw Nation.
The National Fish Hatchery and Catfish Research Center in nearby Reagan, and the Blue River Public Hunting and Fishing area are only two of the many outstanding natural attractions that help to make a wonderful home in the region.
Oakmont Estates I offers you a beautiful and peaceful lifestyle in our completely, newly rehabilitated property in Tishomingo. Our total rehabilitation of this Oakmont Estates I includes new roofs and Hardibacker siding, new landscape work, repair or replacement of parking lots and streets, tuck pointing and complete deep cleaning of all brick work, total stripping of all carpeting and tile from the floors and of the interior wallboard for complete re-wiring and re-plumbing. We have also added brand new playground equipment and basketball court plus a beautiful Gazebo for our residents to enjoy. Floors have been replaced by new carpeting and simulated hardwood flooring. Bathrooms have all new cabinets, tubs, stools and other plumbing fixtures. Kitchens feature new cabinets. sinks and all new energy star appliances including refrigerators, stoves, and dish washers and garbage disposals. Some units have washer and dryer connections. All rooms have brand new light fixtures, as well as ceiling fans in some rooms. Windows and doors have been replaced with new units. Finally, all central heat and air units, as well as water heaters are replaced with brand new energy efficient units in keeping with our 'Green Building' philosophy.
The rehab work at the Tishomingo campus began in May of 2014 with completion detail work finishing now at the start of September 2015.