This truly elegant brick Italianate was built in 1935 during the heart of the depression by Herman Oswald Merveldt, a contractor specializing in bridge building which shows in the construction of the home by the use of I-beams for structural support. The home retains the majority of its original 1930s grandeur including three full original baths (one in lavender and green), grand entry and staircase, mantels, millwork, built-ins and several light fixtures including a crystal chandelier and numerous sconces.
This beautiful historic American Foursquare located in the heart of El Reno’s Original Township was built no later than 1903 by Dr. Charles D. Arnold, the first medical examiner for the Oklahoma Territory. This 3 story has all of todays amenities as well as the nostalgia of years past. The first floor has beautiful refinished hardware floors with an entry that showcases a grand staircase as well as the original elegant pocket door leading directly into the front living rooms as well as a generous dining room.
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