Wilson House – Holis

Clad in stucco, this unique Pueblo style house has an irregular plan highlighted by a circular corner tower. The house has a flat roof with a steeped cornice punctuated by projecting pipes resembling vigas, the exposed roof beams common on Pueblo buildings. The house was built by Bruce and Mary Wilson about 1936. Mr. Wilson, … Read more

Sycamore Heights Baptist Church – Purington

Sycamore Heights Baptist Church was founded in 1922. Charter members and church trustees T.L. Black, Harry G. Leath and WD. West voted to acquire this site for a church building in 1923. This building was constructed shortly thereafter under the leadership of the first pastor, Reverend R.R. Pulliam. The unusual Mission Revival style church has … Read more

S.N. Baker House – Purington

This unique stucco, L-plan Pueblo Revival house has a central round tower with small windows following the contours of the inside stair. The stepped back parapet has viga projections and the side chimney has round arch hoods. The house has large steel frame casement windows, and the courtyard has walls with round arch openings. S.N. … Read more

Robin House – White Settlement

This house was built by contractor Martin E. Robin and his partner Joe R. Condron as a residence for the Robin family. Architect Fred W. Murphee designed the house. Erected in 1941, it remains in the Robin family. This extraordinary onestory house features a smoothly stuccoed surface under a flat roof. The asymmetrical plan exhibits … Read more