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


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.