Oklahoma's National Register of Historic Places

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ID Number 83002090
Historic Name JOHN E. TURNER HOME
Description of Significance THE JOHN E TURNER HOME IS AN OUSTANDING EXAMPLE OF MISSION/SPANISH COLONIAL REVIVAL IN THE HOLDENVILLE COMMUNITY. THE RESIDENCE IS A THREE STORY AMERICAN FOURSQUARE WITH WOOD CLAPBOARD SIDING. THE FOUNDATION ON THE MAIN HOUSE IS STONE, WITH BRICK ON THE FRONT PORCH. THE HOUSE HAS A FLARED PYRAMIDAL HIPPED ROOF WITH MULTIPLE HIPPED DORMERS. IT HAS A WRAP AROUND FRONT PORCH WITH STONE AND WOOD COLUMN SUPPORTS AND WOODEN BALUSTRADE. THERE IS A DETACHED GARAGE IN THE SAME STYLE. THE HOME IS ALSO SIGNIFICANT IN ITS ASSOCIATION WITH TWO PROMINENT OKLAHOMA MEN (R.M. MCFARLIN AND JOHN E. TURNER) AND THEIR FAMILIES. LISTED IN THE NATIONAL REGISTER, 1/27/1983.
Current Name SAME
Address 401 EAST TENTH
City HOLDENVILLE
County HUGHES
Lot LOTS 1,2, AND NE 25 FEET OF LOT 3
Block 111, ORIGINAL TOWN
Current Section
Township
Range
Type BUILDING
Historic Function DOMESTIC: SINGLE DWELLING
Current Function DOMESTIC: SINGLE DWELLING
Area Signficance 1 ARCHITECTURE
Area Significance 2 EXPLORATION/SETTLEMENT
Date Prepared CA 1982
Year Built 1910
Original Site YES
Architect/Builder LEIGH BROUGHTON, BUILDER
Architectural Style MISSION/SPANISH COLONIAL REVIVAL
Roof Material TERRA COTTA
Wall Material WOOD; STONE
Window Material WOOD
Door Material WOOD
Decorative Details RIDGE CRESTING; DENTIL MOLDING IN EAVES; TILE ROOFED VERANDA
Condition EXCELLENT
Comments
Restricted N