Where We Build
Built on one of the highest vistas in North Norman, Highland Village offers elegance, community and convenience in one fabulous location. At the entrance, you are greeted by a beautiful waterfall and pond. This area is so beautiful that it is a very popular area for Senior pictures and family photos.
The custom-built homes are a minimum of 2,200 square foot with specific construction and landscape guidelines to build a land-friendly community. Homes are built in harmony with the rolling terrain and wooded lots to reduce the impact on the land and enhance the beauty of your home.
When Norman developer Don Wells and his wife, Pat, envisioned Highland Village they wanted more than an upscale neighborhood, they wanted a community. Highland Village is designed with walking trails, a community clubhouse, playground, ponds stocked with fish and a private community pool. Future plans include a 14-acre city park and two lakes.
Highland Village is easily accessible from Norman and surrounding areas. Residents have quick access to major roads, such as Highway 9 and I-35, and can travel to downtown Oklahoma City or Tinker Air Force Base in Midwest City in 20 minutes. Highland Village is also less than 4 miles to OU and Norman North High School is within sight of Highland Village! You will enjoy how close we are to downtown Norman with all of the restaurants, antique stores, Sooner Theater and the many festivals throughout the year.
Norman Public Schools: Adams Elementary, Whittier Middle School and Norman North High School.
Highland Village is located on Porter Avenue, between Rock Creek Road and Tecumseh Road.
Located among the rolling hills of East Norman, Alameda Park offers the convenience of being in town, in a setting that makes you feel like you’re living in the country. Alameda Park is just minutes from OU and within a few blocks of restaurants, shopping, grocery stores and more! Alameda Park offers a city park with a playground, walking trails and picnic areas. On the North side of Alameda Park is a lake, owned by the State of Oklahoma. It offers beautiful views of water year round.
Norman Public Schools: Washington Elementary, Irving Middle School and Norman High School.
Alameda Park is located between Robinson and Alameda, just West of N.E. 24th.