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Mead Homes for Sale Real Estate

Two Towns, One Heartbeat

Imagine sitting on the front porch as a thunderstorm rolls in. The heavy rains saturate the earth, promising life to the surrounding land. The trees in your yard sway and bend with the wind, and the downpour creates a misty curtain over the distant landscape.

If you can see all of this, you must be living in the country. No skyscrapers blocking your view or drab industrial buildings polluting the air. Just God’s green earth and the peace of knowing you’re always safe when you’re home.

That’s life in Mead and Silo—two towns that share more than just a school district. They share the promise of providing families with a safe haven to raise their children and a place they’ll always call home.



  • Population: 102
  • Avg. household income: $28,929
  • Avg. property value: $124,100
  • Avg. rent: $536 (1 BR) – $931 (3 BR)
  • Cost of living: 85.9/100 (about 14% cheaper than the national avg.)


  • Population: 391
  • Avg. household income: $44,643
  • Avg. property value: $142,800
  • Avg. rent: $536 (1 BR) – $931 (3 BR)
  • Cost of living: 89.3/100 (about 11% cheaper than the national avg.)

According to Sperling’s Best Places (Mead, Silo).


Originally dubbed “Double Springs,” Mead began when a small band of Creeks settled near the neighboring springs in 1866. The town moved about a mile northeast to its current location when the railroad came through and was named after its first postmaster, C. W. Meade.

Silo’s origin story is a little less clear. It began when a post office was opened in 1893 and was a known stop along the Butterfield Stage route. Not much else is known, however, such as where it earned its name or by whom.

Today, both towns span less than a mile combined, with Mead coming in at .35 mi.2 and Silo at .50 mi.2.


Mead and Silo are both small enough and close enough to share the same school district, located in Silo. The Silo Independent School District consists of four schools, including: Silo Early Childhood Center, Silo Elementary School, Joan Impson Middle School, and Silo High School.

Southeastern Oklahoma State University in nearby Durant is less than 20 minutes away and offers over 60 programs to earn a degree in face-to-face and online formats to over 5,300 students.


Durant is only about 10 – 15 minutes away if your inner city slicker ever needs a night out. But there’s more than enough to explore in your own backyard.

Nestled between the borders of Texas and Oklahoma, Lake Texoma is about 5 miles away and offers the perfect escape for the outdoor enthusiast with boat rental, camping, fishing, swimming, golfing, hiking, horseback riding, and more! It’s also home to the Fort Washita Historic Site & Museum, erected in 1842, where you can walk the halls of history on a guided tour or witness a Civil War reenactment.

Step back in time at the Three Valley Museum where you’ll find the history of Bryan County on display. And be on the lookout for an immersive experience in Choctaw culture at the new Choctaw Nation Cultural Center, opening soon!

Have the perfect girls’ night at one of Crystal Creek Winery’s Painting with a Twist classes or bring on the competition with a game of cornhole on the beautifully manicured lawn. Located along Highway 70 to the east of Mead, Crystal Creek is known for their selection of fruit-infused wines and offers the perfect nearby escape for Silo and Mead residents.


They may be small, but Mead and Silo still have a few great options for dining out without the hassle of a long drive.

Gather the family around the table at Mead Family Restaurant for a feast of classic Italian comfort food, like pillowy stacks of lasagna and meatballs like grandma used to make. Or make a short stop by Champs Chicken and win the night with a fried chicken dinner that will leave even your pickiest eater with a clean plate.

If you’re searching for a more grownup night out, catch a complimentary shuttle to Bubba’s Brewhouse and get down to live music every weekend. Or hit up Sneaky Tiki Restaurant & Brewery at the lake for fresh seafood and craft brews with a view.