Lake Aluma is small, secluded incorporated town that developed in the 1920's in Oklahoma County immediately northeast of Oklahoma City, Lake Aluma lies in a valley adjacent to the Deep Fork River. The community originated as a residential development created by a thirty-member organization, the Lake Aluma Club. The club called its property Aluma Cholusa, said to be Choctaw for "peaceful retreat." It was located at a well-known, hilly, wooded camping spot used by city dwellers in the first decade of the twentieth century. For Lake Aluma, a town with no retail and the highest property values in the metro area, independence and a country way of life are mandates for an invisible existence. For residents, it's almost the perfect town. A private utopia.
Alarm System, Bedroom on Main Floor, Bathroom on Main Floor, Bonus Room, Central Air, Fireplace, Forced Air, Gas Heat, Granite Countertops, Hardwood Floors, Hot Tub, Office/Den, Surround Sound, Tile Floors, Utilities on Main Floor, Utilities on Upper Floor, Vaulted Ceilings, Water Softener, Garage - Attached, Hot Tub, Swimming Pool, Fenced Yard, Sprinkler System, Fully Fenced