Iconic ‘Fishing Reel House’ Designed by Architect Cecil Stanfield Reduced To $5.5-Million (PHOTOS)
Iconic ‘Fishing Reel House’ Designed by Architect Cecil Stanfield Reduced To $5.5-Million
Catoosa, Oklahoma, United States, 74015
Update: January 2017, Reduced to $5,500,000 On the outskirts of Tulsa, Oklahoma in the small suburb of Catoosa, sits a home unlike anything we’ve ever seen. It’s known locally as the ‘Fishing Reel House’ or ‘Zebco House’ and was designed by architect Cecil Stanfield in the late 60s for R.D. Hull, founder of Zebco, a fishing reel company. It spans over 12,600 square feet, with the focal point of the home being a swimming pool surrounded by a 15-foot wide circular hallway, and capped with a 25-foot Lexan overhead dome. Twenty-eight continuous curved oak beams extend from the roof over the pool and across the hallway, through the rooms to the exterior of the house. Additional features of the home include 43 doors with hand-carved panels, 10 air conditioners, 5 hot-water heaters, 3 cooking areas, an indoor patio, and formal dining and living rooms with 2 aquariums. Breathtaking views of unspoiled woods and wildlife are everywhere. It came on the market last year for $6-million and has since been reduced to $5.5-million. It’s listed with Chinowth & Cohen Realtors.