One of the first of its kind, this home was built in 1905, only 13 years after Enid was founded. It was built (along with the home immediately to the west) by two brothers that wanted to live close. Accordingly, the homes still share a drive and while the garages are now divided, they share a common detached building. Large by any standard, this home was a mansion in its day with over 4,000 square feet of living space (in addition to a full basement for storage) including a butler’s pantry and separate service stairs. The home has been lovingly maintained and restored by both the current owner and the previous owner. Each renovation and update reflects the character and period of the home. Since 2014, the kitchen has been expanded and remodeled with stainless steel appliances including a gas stove in addition to double ovens, and butcher-block counters. Another major improvement moved the laundry facilities from the basement up to the second floor. Lastly, a second bathroom was added to the second floor, offering dual vanities and a surround-spray shower. This home has so many lovely areas providing flexible purpose including two living areas and a study with a half bath on the first floor in addition to the large dining room, butler pantry and kitchen. The second floor has 4 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms and the laundry facilities. Don’t miss the third-floor bonus room. Its purpose is limited only by your imagination. Lastly, the unfinished basement provides the home’s entire footprint for storage as well as a safe place to weather out storms. While the home has modern plumbing, electrics, heating and air-conditioning, there are nods to history throughout including the coal storage room and a vintage furnace in the basement, the old electric box on the second floor, the original fireplaces and radiators, and a vintage piano in the parlor (included with the house). If you love spending time downtown, this home is ideally situated as it is mere blocks to the Gaslight Theater, Callahan’s, Leonardo’s Children’s Museum, the symphony, First Friday celebrations, and tons of local shopping. If you love historic homes, this one is a MUST see!
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Updated 6:17AM - 10/3/2022
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