Lake Real Estate Agent

Lake Real Estate Agent

Skiatook Lake Real Estate Agent

Rebecca Brewer

Lake Homes Realty

(918) 992-2221

There is no better living than lake living! Rebecca Brewer is here to serve all of your lake real estate needs. Whether you are buying or selling, she is excited and ready to make your experience magnificent.


Rebecca is a Tulsa native who moved to Skiatook Lake in 1986. She has built a reputation for her refreshingly friendly, hardworking, and honest customer care. Lake living and lake real estate are Rebecca's passion. There isn't an area of Skiatook Lake that is unfamiliar to Rebecca. She has extensive knowledge regarding the various subdivisions, plats of land, and different school districts on and around Skiatook Lake. Rebecca is considered the "Skiatook Lake Real Estate Expert." She not only enjoys assisting others as they buy and sell their lake properties, but also enjoys buying and selling lake property herself. During the summer months, she spends her spare time on the lake boating, relaxing, and fishing with her family.


The real estate market for Skiatook Lake has grown considerably over the past few decades, with new properties being built at a very rapid rate. If you are looking to buy or sell on or around Skiatook Lake, the process starts with Rebecca. Give her a call today. She is ready to discuss your real estate future and make the process of buying or selling your property as smooth and stress free as possible.


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About Skiatook Lake

30 Minute Drive to Tulsa


Skiatook Lake is located four miles from the name-sharing town of Skiatook and is only a 30-minute drive to the larger city of Tulsa, Oklahoma. There you will find St. Francis Hospital, Tulsa International Airport, and a variety of attractions.

Located in Osage County, the lake is also known as “Lake of the Osage” and “Gateway to the Osage.” It was named after Skiatooka, a Native American that frequently visited the local trading post that eventually turned into the town of Skiatook.


"Lake of the Osage"


The 10,190-acre lake was built in 1984 by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers for flood control, water supply, and recreational purposes. Skiatook Lake now supplies water for the cities of Skiatook, Sand Springs, Tulsa, and Sapulpa.

Across 160 miles of shoreline, it features rocky bluffs, prairie lands, and rolling hills. Its far-stretching waters can be as deep as 80 feet and are 31 feet deep on average.


Fantastic Hunting Location


This 120 million dollar lake has 10 recreation areas that provide many resources for fishing, water skiing, camping, boating, and hunting.

Tall Chief Cove Beach and Twin Points Beach feature a roped-off swimming area. The sands are a great place to suntan, picnic, or oversee the lake.

During hunting season, about 8,000 acres surrounding the lake are open for hunting. White-Tailed deer, dove, quail, rabbit, squirrel, duck, and turkey are some of the game in the area.


Fishing Tournaments, Fireworks, and Concerts


Lake Skiatook is home to many community-wide events including fishing tournaments and fireworks. The most popular event is the "Fantasy in the Sky" held at the local airport. This family-friendly event includes live concerts and fireworks and attracts about 35,000 people each year.


Perfect Spot for Vacation or Full-Time Living


With breathtaking views and an abundance of family-fun activities, this beautiful lake is the perfect spot for vacation or full-time living.