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Prairie-style on the Plains, A One-of-a-kind

423 N. Seminole Avenue, Claremore, , 74017 Property Website Dated Posted: October 11, 2017

$254,300

Circa 1921

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About This Old House

This home has been confirmed by the Oklahoma Historical Society as a property eligible for listing on the National Register for Historic Places for its architectural design.

Built in 1921 at a cost of $16,000, by one of Claremore, Oklahoma’s first physicians/surgeons, Dr. William Franklin Hays, the home’s asymmetrical porch is an example of a Prairie high-style design. Ribbons of double-hung windows, original to the house, bring the outdoors inside with the large, overhanging eves providing relief from an Oklahoma summer.

The house sits on 1-1/2 lots with children’s park across the street, an elementary school a block away and within walking distance of Downtown Claremore’s Historic District.

Built-in Mahogany furniture and cabinetry, oak-beamed ceilings, and solid wood trim/interior doors transport you back to a time when home construction was performed by craftsmen.

It’s important to note that only two (2) families have resided in this 96-year old home. As a result, the layout is original as are the windows, many light fixtures, trim, flooring materials, bathtub, etc.

Unique to this house is a second dogleg staircase originating at the back entrance and leading to an upstairs bedroom, Dr. Franklin’s exam/surgery room.

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