Oklahoma's National Register of Historic Places

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ID Number 4001328
Historic Name KENWOOD HISTORIC DISTRICT
Description of Significance THE KENWOOD HISTORIC DISTRICT IS SIGNIFICANT AS THE FIRST COMPLETELY RESIDENTIAL NEIGHBORHOOD IN ENID, OKLAHOMA, AND AS A LARGELY UNCHANGED EXAMPLE OF MANY OF THE ARCHITECTURAL STYLES POPULAR DURING THE EARLY 1900S. MOST OF THE BUILDINGS WERE CONSTRUCTED BETWEEN 1895 AND 1935 AND ARE LARGELY UNCHANGED FROM THEIR ORIGINAL APPEARANCE. THE BUILDING CONTAINS 95 RESOURCES, 79 OF WHICH ARE CONTRIBUTING, WITH 16 NON-CONTRIBUTING. SOME NOTABLE PROPERTIES INCLUDE THE WILLIAM FRANTZ HOUSE, A QUEEN ANNE COTTAGE BUILT IN 1904 AND LOCATED AT 506 W. MAPLE AND THE MARY MAHONEY HOUSE, AN AMERICAN FOURSQUARE BUILT IN 1910 LOCATED AT 514 N. JEFFERSON. LISTED IN NATIONAL REGISTER 12/6/2004.
Current Name SAME
Address BOUNDED ON THE NORTH BY OAK STREET, ON THE SOUTH BY MAPLE, ON THE EAST BY WASHINGTON, AND ON THE WEST BY MADISON
City ENID
County GARFIELD
Lot
Block
Current Section
Township
Range
Type DISTRICT
Historic Function DOMESTIC: SINGLE DWELLING/MULTIPLE DWELLING; FUNERARY: MORTUARY; RELIGION: RELIGIOUS FACILITY
Current Function DOMESTIC: SINGLE DWELLING/MULTIPLE DWELLING; FUNERARY: MORTUARY; COMMERCE/TRADE: PROFESSIONAL
Area Signficance 1 ARCHITECTURE
Area Significance 2 COMMUNITY PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT
Date Prepared FEBRUARY 2004
Year Built CIRCA 1895-1935
Original Site YES
Architect/Builder CROWELL, A.A., ARCHITECT; SHAW, R.W., ARCHITECT
Architectural Style PRAIRIE SCHOOL; BUNGALOW/CRAFTSMAN; COLONIAL REVIVAL; OTHER: NATIONAL FOLK; SHINGLE; TUDOR REVIVAL; NEOCLASSICAL
Roof Material ASPHALT; TERRA COTTA
Wall Material WOOD; BRICK; VINYL
Window Material WOOD; METAL
Door Material WOOD; METAL
Decorative Details
Condition GOOD
Comments
Restricted N