Neighborhoods Where Rick Russell Homes Has Completed Projects


Neighborhoods We've Serviced

  • Windsor Hills
  • We built our very first home in Windsor Hills. This 368 acre neighborhood was developed by Ben Wileman, one of Oklahoma City's early pioneering volume developers. He would later go on to develop Belle Isle, Penn Squarem and Shartel shopping centers. He and my father-in-law, Bill Stubbs, both worked in the Lumber industry, later constructing many homes within Oklahoma City. Wileman was one of the six organizing members of the National Association of Home Builders. Putnam City Schools

  • Rambling Acres
  • This was a neighborhood that we developed in the Seventies. It resides off the southeastern intersection ot W. Britton Rd. & N. County Line Rd.. Homes continued to be built in this neighborhood up until 1990 when it was finally completed.
    Putnam City Schools

  • Wilshire Ridge
  • This was a neighborhood that we developed in the Eighties, and transitioned into the Nineties. Putnam City Schools

  • Fox Creek
  • We developed Fox Creek in the Eigthies. This neighborhood featured some interesting topography which justified some unusal design considertions. You will find that Fox Creek has a mix of patio style homes with conventional construction interspersed. Zero lot lines on one side and a 10' setback on opposite. Edmond Public Schools

  • Whitehall
  • We were extremely fortunate to be one of the principal developers here in the Nineties. This neighborhood had 5 phases of buildout, and has recently seen full completion. Putnam City Schools

  • The Greens
  • Val Verde
  • Quail Creek
  • Augusta Farms
  • Cobblestone
  • Gaillardia
  • Nichols Hills
  • Glenbrook
  • Ballastone
  • This is a unique botique development situated just outside Nichols Hills, OK. Its a gated community of five homes, of which Rick Russell Homes constructed the final three residences.

  • Nichols Gate
  • Timber Ridge
  • Ashford Hills
  • Belle Pointe
  • Rick Russell Homes was one of the developers in this neighborhood. It was unique at the time as it was still considered remote, but the City of Edmond has grown and surrounded it entirely. Belle Pointe lots are full acre lots. This neighborhood was very havily forested, and we took great care to conserve a significant portion of the old growth.
    Edmond Public Schools

  • Lakehurst
  • The Oaks
  • Blue Stem
  • Oakdale Farms