Buildings in the National Register of Historic Places

Westhope

3704 South Birmingham Avenue  (map it)

Built: 1929

Westhope

Westhope is one of only three Frank Lloyd Wright designed buildings in Oklahoma. Built in 1929, Westhope is larger than most Frank Lloyd Wright designed houses, containing 10,000 square feet of floor space. Unlike many houses of comparable size, the unique scale of its interior spaces fosters a comfortable ambience whether it is accommodating one person or 400 people. The two-story house has a four-car garage, garden room, shop and workroom, pool, fountain, fish pond, formal garden areas, four patios, and a covered entryway. The house has a steam converter heating system, and a chiller-circulating water system for cooling.

Westhope was listed in the National Register on April 10, 1975. It was listed under National Register Criteria C, g, and its NRIS number is 75001575.


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