Guthrie

Population: 10,818
Median Home Sale: $84,000
Median Household Income: $34,769
Median Commute: 24.00
Old style architecture in Guthrie, OK. Photo By: Serge Melki
The city of Guthrie, Oklahoma is the county seat of Logan County, Oklahoma. Guthrie began as they territorial capital of Oklahoma and later was the state capital. Today Guthrie is home to over 10,000 residents and is considered part of the Oklahoma City Metroplex. Because Guthrie lost its prominence rather early in it’s history it has a well-preserved Victorian enclave. Guthrie has retained a large collection of late nineteenth center/early twentieth century commercial architecture and its historic district is designated as a National Historic Landmark. Guthrie was largely settled on April 22, 1889 has part of the land run of 1889. It took about six hours for 10,000 people to stake their claims in the area. The post office of Guthrie was established on April 4, 1889. In 1907 Guthrie Read More +
The city of Guthrie, Oklahoma is the county seat of Logan County, Oklahoma. Guthrie began as they territorial capital of Oklahoma and later was the state capital. Today Guthrie is home to over 10,000 residents and is considered part of the Oklahoma City Metroplex. Because Guthrie lost its prominence rather early in it’s history it has a well-preserved Victorian enclave. Guthrie has retained a large collection of late nineteenth center/early twentieth century commercial architecture and its historic district is designated as a National Historic Landmark.

Guthrie was largely settled on April 22, 1889 has part of the land run of 1889. It took about six hours for 10,000 people to stake their claims in the area. The post office of Guthrie was established on April 4, 1889. In 1907 Guthrie became the state capital but in 1910 the capital was moved to Oklahoma City. After the move of the state’s capital Guthrie began to dwindle allowing the architecture to be preserved unlike many other cities. Today Guthrie hosts Historic Trolley Tours and keeps history alive at the Oklahoma Territorial Museum and the Oklahoma Frontier Drugstore Museum.

Today Guthrie has peaceful tree-lined streets, beautiful neighborhoods and green and welcoming public spaces. Careful city planning has allowed Guthrie to thrive welcome progress while respecting and protecting its past. Homes for sale in Guthrie range from historic Victorian homes to middle class and starter homes. Whether your looking for a fixer-upper, rental property or a luxury home realtors there have what you need.

According to 2010 census Guthrie is home to 10,191 citizens. with nearly 4,000 households, approximately a 1/3 of which had children under the age of 18. According to the 2000 census the median household income was $30,460 a number which has reason in the last 13 years. The three largest ethnic groups in the city are Caucasian at 75.84%, 15.77% African American and 3.79% Latino or Hispanic.

The Education of Guthrie’s youth is provided by the Guthrie public schools, they have six campuses that serve pre-k through high school. St. Mary Catholic schools is the primary private school in the city. For vocational education there is the Guthrie Job Corp Center or Meridian Technology in nearby Stillwater. Higher education can be obtained at Oklahoma State University, Langston University, University of Central Oklahoma which are all located in nearby cities and towns.

Whether you are drawn by the history, the architecture or the many festivals and events Guthrie is a lively place full of culture, education, history and art. Real estate ranges from economy homes to luxury homes and allow buyers to find just the style and location they seek. Explore the possibilities and find a home in Guthrie, Oklahoma today. Read less –

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Area and Demographic Info for Guthrie, Oklahoma

Median Age: 35.53 Median Home Sales Price: $84,000 Median Household Income: $34,769 Median Commute Time: 24.00 mins


  • Population: 10,818
  • Population Density: 576/sq mi
  • Population Change Since 2000: 3.63%
  • Education Climate : 3
  • Married : 3,525
  • Number of Households : 4,245
  • Households with children: 1,152
  • Average Household Size : 2.37
  • Annual Residential Turnover : 23.35%
  • Change in Average Household Income : 7.58%
  • Closest Major Sports Team: OKLAHOMA CITY DODGERS (AAA)
  • Closest Airport: Will Rogers World
  • Closest College: LANGSTON UNIVERSITY
  • Closest Jr. College: VATTEROTT COLLEGE-OKLAHOMA CITY

What are the Occupancy Rates?

Vacant Owned Rented
591 2693 1552

How Do People Get to Work?

Drive Public Transportation Walk / Bike / Other Work at Home
3414 0 134 183

Population by Sex(%)

Male Female
47.47 52.53

White/Blue Collar Jobs

White Collar Blue Collar
31 69

Population by Age

0-45-910-1415-1920-2425-2930-3435-3940-4445-4950-5455-5960-6465-6970-7475-7980-84 85+
744762710790848761730601564572687695632541403316233 230

Population by Ethnicity

White Hispanic Black Asian Native American Hawian Other
8312 548 1374 44 428 11 147

Population by Education

Less than 9th Grade Some High School Some College Associates Degree Bachelors Degree Graduate
370 592 2032 364 659 389

Households by Income (in thousands of dollars)

0-1010-1515-2020-2525-3030-3535-4040-4545-5050-6060-7575-100100-125125-150150-200200-250250-500 500+
36546929332039429616616817739237247318388641014 1

Median Income by Age

< 25 25-44 45-64 > 65
25062 43395 42358 30956

Employees by Occupation

Management Technology Retail Sales Protective Services Agriculture Construction Transportation
372 91 860 142 9 188 398

Employees by Industry

Agriculture Mining Construction Manufacturing Transportation Wholesale Retail Finance & Real Estate Service Public
35 6 207 261 211 31 1160 165 450 960

Rent Estimate (in dollars) Estimate includes shelter + utilities

Studio 1 Bedroom 2 Bedroom 3 Bedroom 4 Bedroom
503 584 748 1024 1229

Crime

Total Personal Murder Rape Robbery Assault Property Burglary Larceny Vehicle Theft
132 129 13 248 66 199 127 177 136 60

Household Expenses

Total Insurance Apparel Education Entertainment Food Healthcare Housing Transportation Utilities
85 82 89 83 86 85 80 86 81 91

Natural Disasters

Earthquake Total Weather Hail Hurricane Tornado Wind
68 94 385 12 165 71

Pollution

Air Ozone Carbon Monoxide Lead NO2 Particulates(PM10)
81 100 97 33 83 92

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Local School Data for Guthrie, Oklahoma

Preschool

School Name Distance Type Grades
GUTHRIE CHRISTIAN SCHOOL 4.42 mi PRIVATE PRESCHOOL-K
COTTERAL ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 4.92 mi PUBLIC PRESCHOOL-K
ST MARY CATHOLIC SCHOOL 5.8 mi CATHOLIC PRESCHOOL-8

Elementary

School Name Distance Type Grades
GUTHRIE CHRISTIAN SCHOOL 4.42 mi PRIVATE PRESCHOOL-K
COTTERAL ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 4.92 mi PUBLIC PRESCHOOL-K
CENTRAL ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 5.63 mi PUBLIC 1-1
ST MARY CATHOLIC SCHOOL 5.8 mi CATHOLIC PRESCHOOL-8
FOGARTY ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 5.94 mi PUBLIC 2-3
GUTHRIE UPPER ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 6.51 mi PUBLIC 4-6

Middle

School Name Distance Type Grades
GUTHRIE JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL 5.69 mi PUBLIC 7-8
ST MARY CATHOLIC SCHOOL 5.8 mi CATHOLIC PRESCHOOL-8

High

School Name Distance Type Grades
GUTHRIE HIGH SCHOOL 6.32 mi PUBLIC 9-12

Schools are listed in order of their proximity to a central point within Guthrie. Please contact someone from our team, or the school itself, to find out whether or not a particular home you're looking at is eligible for any particular school or district

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