Former home of Guy Fraser Harrison. Harrison arrived in Oklahoma as the conductor of the OKC Symphony Orchestra in 1951, during which time the Symphony enjoyed a growing reputation in the 50s as a cultural entity of the Southwest. In 1956, Harrison and his wife Cecile purchased this home where they resided until his retirement in 1973. This home was constructed with redwood clapboard and is situated on an 80 x 150 lot; the only full block in Gatewood with lots this large. Large living area with built-in bookcases and fireplace. Sunroom off living area is perfect for a study/office, reading nook, playroom, or workout area. All bedrooms are upstairs. Covered back patio. To be sold as-is. Ideal for investors or for someone to completely customize top to bottom. Within walking and biking distance to Uptown 23rd District, Asian District, Midtown, Plaza District, and Downtown. Great location in the urban core to live, work and play. Buyer to verify school information.
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