Lamerton House - Enid, OK
Posted by: Groundspeak Premium Member hamquilter
N 36° 23.190 W 097° 53.706
14S E 599095 N 4027385
Quick Description: This home was built for Dr. William E. Lamerton and his wife, Grace.
Location: Oklahoma, United States
Date Posted: 5/1/2012 9:29:59 AM
Waymark Code: WMEB96
Published By: Groundspeak Premium Member silverquill
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Long Description:
This is the flagship residence of Lamerton Terrace, a 40-acre tract of land developed by Dr. W. E. Lamerton during the 1930s to 1950s. The home was designed by architect, John Duncan Forsyth and was constructed in 1929-1930.

The architectural style is Tudor Revival. This two-story home is constructed using multiple colors and textures, with red brick and occasional black bricks for design, and limestone, which makes for a lovely design. The Tudor styling includes steeply pitched side gabled roof, a similar cross-gabled facade, tall chimneys, cut stone lintels, door surround and quoins. There are Tudor arches and semicircular doors and colonnades. Casement windows set in groups or strips with multiple diamond-shaped leaded lights adds to the Tudor look. The roof is wood shingled.

Typical of Tudor Revival construction, there is an "end porch" which connects the main house with the 1-1/2 story three-bay garage. Viewing the home from the west, the three massive upwardly stepped gables are distinctively stylish. The home was placed on the National Register in 1997.
Street address:
1420 W. Indian Drive
Enid, OK US
73701


County / Borough / Parish: Garfield County

Year listed: 1997

Historic (Areas of) Significance: Architecture/Engineering

Periods of significance: 1925-1949

Historic function: Domestic

Current function: Domestic

Privately owned?: yes

Primary Web Site: [Web Link]

Secondary Website 1: [Web Link]

Season start / Season finish: Not listed

Hours of operation: Not listed

Secondary Website 2: Not listed

National Historic Landmark Link: Not listed

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