Catoosa Home builders
Catoosa is the ideal small town to construct your new home with Parker Built Homes. At Parker Built Homes, we believe in making the home building process as enjoyable and stress free as possible, so our designers are there with you every step of the way to ensure you get the home of your dreams. With expert craftsman using only the best in quality products, the result is a new home you can be proud of.
When building your custom home in Catoosa OK it’s vital to have a great relationship with your builder from the start. Parker Built Homes is a new home builder that is trustworthy, professional and experienced in the Catoosa home building market. In fact, hundreds of homeowners around Tulsa have trusted us with the construction of their beautiful homes!
Parker Built Homes is proud to be part of the Catoosa community and to construct beautiful, quality new homes for this ideal location.
More About Catoosa Oklahoma
Catoosa Oklahoma is a double-countied river city located 15 miles east of downtown Tulsa on the Verdigris River. Most of Catoosa is in Rogers County, but the southern part is in Wagoner County. The city is easily accessible by major Highways including being located along historic Route 66. Catoosa is an Inland seaport with the Port of Catoosa being the furthest inland seaport in the United States, linking Tulsa to the Arkansas River and eventually to the Gulf of Mexico.
The name Catoosa is derived from the Cherokee language, pronounced “Ga-du-si” or “Ga-tu-si”. Various interpretations of this word exist, including: “between two hills”, “on the hill”, “into the hills”, and possibly signifying a prominent hill or place thereon. Catoosa continues to grow with new school buildings, business centers, a new City Hall building, library, museums, as well as many new housing additions in the area.
Catoosa’s vision is to foster quality economic development while enhancing the overall quality of life for its citizens. As one of Oklahoma’s fastest growing communities with a sound economic foundation and great potential for large-scale economic and industrial growth, and the citizens pride themselves in maintaining a “small town” flavor, with a proud heritage and a bright future.