The loft above the stable at this equestrian estate in Bixby, Oklahoma has so many uses. Of course you could store stuff up there… boring! You could stack stuff there. But why? You don’t need to stack hay there because this horse property has another barn where the hay is stacked. Besides, then you couldn’t look out of the cute little dormer windows of the loft!
Let’s examine all the fun ways to use the loft above the four Rockin J horse stalls of this beautiful Morton stable.
The loft above the stable at this Bixby equestrian estate would be so much fun for playing with plastic Breyer horses, Brio train tracks, Hot Wheels race cars, or other things that take up so much space and clutter up the gameroom or family room of the house. No matter how big your house is, there’s never enough room for kids to really have a wonderful adventure. There’s plenty of room in this loft above the stable at this equestrian estate in Bixby Oklahoma – which, by the way, happens to be for sale.
When I was a kid growing up we played in the basement; but we don’t have basements in Tulsa, Oklahoma – well , perhaps a few in midtown Tulsa – but for the most part we have to build shops and man caves to create those special play places. The loft above the stable at this Bixby equestrian estate will cure the itch of kids in the family who want to have a place to play creatively where they can leave the toys lying out without worrying about the maid sucking up the little Playmobil pieces in the vacuum cleaner.
When my son Michael was a tyke I taught him to love Brio trains and Playmobil landscapes. We laid out a new town each day, always coming up with a new design in his bedroom, taking the track down the hallway to the gameroom . We were constantly running out of train track and having to run to yhe Kiddlestix toy store in Tulsa to buy more of what we needed. The game was to be able to turn the train around and go the other direction without backing it up. This took up a lot of space. How we would have loved the loft above the stable at this Bixby equestrian estate! You could go and go and never run out of space to play.
I had a horsey friend in Jenks whose girls took riding lessons from my hunter-jumper trainer in Bixby. My friend was into dressage and had a nice little farmette on four acres in Jenks with a nice Morton barn. What I really remember about her house was the big closet in the gameroom. Every shelf in the closet was filled with Breyer horses. There were hundreds of them. Then along one wall of the family room were doll houses and horse barns of the proper scale and size for Breyer horses. Since this was one of the main living areas of her house, my friend would never let the horses play in the family room for very long. So they lived on the shelves in the closet. Had she had a loft like the loft above the stable at this Bixby equestrian estate, her girls would have been able to play with their plastic horses every day after school with their horse-loving friends in the loft over the barn.
Can’t you just imagine having a slumber party in the loft over the stable at this marvelous Bixby equestrian estate? You could invite your friends from your pony club or your round up club – whatever hobby you happen to enjoy. You could play in the pool or lounge in the hot tub and then lay your sleeping bags on the floor of the loft in the barn and tell stories all night long without waking any adults at the main house. Only the horses below you would be able to share your secrets over the paddock fence the next day.
It’s all for sale and you can find out more by calling Debbie Solano, Broker Associate with Coldwell Banker Select, Realtors in midtown Tulsa, Oklahoma (918) 712-4310, extension 1473 or by going to TulsaRealEstateWeb.com or NortheastOklahomaRealEstate.com or BixbyOklahomaRealEstate.com or OKLandandRanches.com.
Debbie Durkee, CRS, ABR, CDPE, CHMS, CNHS, e-PRO, Green, GRI, REOS, SRES
1768 S. Utica Avenue
Tulsa, OK 74104