It looks like Kevin Stitt wants to cash in on the booming housing market!
Thanks to a tip via the Ogle Mole Network, we’ve learned that Oklahoma Governor Kevin Stitt recently put his Tulsa-area mansion on the market!
It can be yours today for a cool $4,540,000!
Built in 2011, the 7 bedroom, 6-bath estate sets on a 112-acre lot near HWY 75, and has 8,197 SF of living space. It also comes equipped with horse stables, a gigantic workshop, and a “luxury” swimming pool.
Let’s take a look at some photos and information about the property that I found online.
Here’s how the Stitt family realtor describes it on Zillow:
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