Property History

Mo and Richard Anderson are the owners of Buffalo Point. The Andersons, who are best known as an entrepreneurial power couple within the real estate and business sectors, have strong ties to Waukomis, where they both grew up. The high school sweethearts were raised with humble beginnings as the children of farmers and immigrants, and each went on to build a successful business empire, illustrating their own American family success story. Nicknamed the “Velvet Hammer,” for her soft and distinctly effective leadership style, Mo serves as co-owner, vice chairman and former CEO of Keller Williams Realty, as well as a renowned speaker, thought leader, educator and Oklahoma Hall of Fame honoree. She is also largely credited as the driving force that helped to make Keller Williams one of the most successful global franchises in real estate history. Richard, owner of Stonebridge Village headquartered in Enid, OK, is a visionary in his own right and a successful developer in both commercial and residential real estate. Together with their business partner and cousin Gene Anderson, who was also born and raised in Waukomis, the Andersons are passionate about giving back to the community that shaped them.

The story of Buffalo Point began as a years-long vision of owners Mo and Richard Anderson, who have uniquely cultivated a slice of secluded serenity while also providing a space for greater community connection. Having gone through a multi-phase development, Buffalo Point was initially constructed as a private home for the Andersons, who were both born and raised in Waukomis. With cousin Gene Anderson overseeing a team of architects and designers as property manager, ground was broken in 2011 to bring Buffalo Point to life.

Throughout a ten year period, Buffalo Point evolved into the spectacular property it is today with gradual additions of The Barn, The Vineyard, the custom-designed Pool, Greenhouse, Chicken Coop, and more. After years of enjoying the property with their loved ones, the Andersons wanted to share it with others and offer a beautiful retreat for people to come together and celebrate life’s special moments and milestones. Buffalo Point has now been fully converted to a public-facing retreat, but the warm essence of the Andersons’ hospitality remains firmly intact.