The Oilman's Daughter
Resting on a corner lot just blocks from The Pioneer Woman Mercantile, The Oilman's Daughter is a thoughtfully-renovated 1925 Craftsman home. Owned by Ree Drummond's sister-in-law, you'll find a mix of historic charm and modern luxury throughout the home, with four bedrooms, three and a half baths and a full kitchen.
This warm and welcoming space also includes a living room full of colors and decor reminiscent of the Osage County prairie. At the end of the day, sink into one of four plush king beds, and enjoy modern bathrooms with all the essentials. In the morning or evening, relax in a rocking chair on the front porch, or in the privacy of the spacious backyard with a fire pit and gas grill.
Fine linens and a king-size bed adorn each of the four bedrooms. Separate from the other bedrooms, the master suite features a shower, soaking tub and walk-in closet. French doors open to the spacious and private backyard where a fire pit and gas grill make it easy to dine, roast marshmallows and unwind with your loved ones with a cool drink at the end of the day.
Whether you're in Pawhuska to get away from the city, explore the surrounding areas or shop at The Pioneer Woman Mercantile, The Oilman's Daughter invites guests to take off their shoes and stay awhile.