Oklahoma's National Register of Historic Places

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ID Number 97000613
Historic Name LAMERTON HOUSE
Description of Significance BUILT IN 1930, THE LAMERTON HOUSE IS THE OLDEST AND MOST TEXTURALLY COMPLEX EXAMPLE OF TUDOR REVIVAL STYLE ARCHITECTURE IN ENID. DESIGNED BY RENOWNED TULSA ARCHITECT, JOHN DUNCAN FORSYTH, THE HOUSE IS AN EXCITING TWO-STORY DWELLING WITH TALL CHIMNEYS, A STEEP SIDE-GABLED ROOF, VARYING ROOFLINES, STEEP CROSS-GABLES AND VARYING BRICK AND STONEWORK. IT RETAINS A HIGH DEGREE OF INTEGRITY. LISTED IN NATIONAL REGISTER 6/20/97.
Current Name SAME
Address 1420 W. INDIAN DRIVE
City ENID
County GARFIELD
Lot ALL OF 3, PARTS OF 2 & 4
Block 1
Current Section 13
Township 22N
Range 7W
Type BUILDING
Historic Function DOMESTIC: SINGLE DWELLING
Current Function DOMESTIC: SINGLE DWELLING
Area Signficance 1 ARCHITECTURE
Area Significance 2
Date Prepared JULY 12, 2000
Year Built 1930
Original Site Yes
Architect/Builder FORSYTH, JOHN DUNCAN/ARCHITECT
Architectural Style TUDOR REVIVAL
Roof Material WOOD
Wall Material BRICK; STONE: LIMESTONE
Window Material WOOD
Door Material WOOD
Decorative Details DECORATIVE STONE AND BRICKWORK; DIAMOND PATTERNED GLAZING;
Condition EXCELLENT
Comments 39. EXTERIOR FEATURES cont. WING HOUSES ENTRY PORCH; BAY WINDOWS; DORMERS. 43. DESCRIPTION OF RESOURCE: cont. BRICK POLYCHROMY AND PATTERNING. NARROW MULTI-PANE WINDOWS.
Restricted N