619 NE 14th Street, Oklahoma City, OK 73104

T H E   R E N O V A T I O N  &  R E - D E V E L O P M E N T  D I V I S I O N   O F   O M E G A   I N V E S T M E N T S,   L L C

ABOUT THIS Property


In 2016, Modern Touch by Omega completed the ultimate restoration of this historic craftsman. In the shadow of the State Capitol, this stately historic home shines with an amazing restoration preserving & showcasing the history.

Features of this beauty include a wrap around porch, natural oak woodwork & floors, historic Corinthian columns featured in the living room & breakfast room, 10ft ceilings with heavy crown molding, chef's kitchen with stainless appliances, granite counters, new cabinets, artistic backsplash, wine chiller & wine storage. The dining room is highlighted by a magnificent chandelier. Master suite has sitting area, fireplace, & gorgeous bath. All baths have been completely remodeled with new fixtures, tile, & lighting. Basement has bonus space not included in sqft-perfect for studio, workout room, theater room, kids or man cave, or even a 4th bedroom. A perfect restoration for the aficionado lover of historic living expecting perfection.


  • This house was built in 1918 by Rudy Copeland, vice-president and general manager of Moco Company of America, and was one of the first houses in Lincoln Terrace.


  • Mr. and Mrs. A.H Crabb moved into the house in 1922. Mr. Cabb helped establish Arcadia as a trading center with his general store and cotton gin. He opened the First National Bank of Arcadia.


  • In 1926, the H.D. McEwen family moved into the house. They were the owners of McEwen-Halliburton Department Store- one of the largest and most well-known in state at the time.


  • Robert S. Kerr, one of the most influential and prominent members of the U.S. Senate in the 20th century, lived in the house from 1933 to 1936. The 2 columns between the living room and dining area were brought into the house by Robert S. Kerr from his farm.