Neal-Schultz Stone Barn

Built in 1941, the Schultz/Neal Stone Barn is a prominent architectural landmark in rural Noble County, Oklahoma. Located in an open pasture off U.S. Highway 177, the barn truly resembles “a cathedral” on the Oklahoma plains. It is an important monument to Noble County's agricultural history and a familiar sight for rural Oklahomans. Most visitors are drawn to the building's imposing stone structure, of which the interior could accommodate  three basketball courts. The building height from the dirt floor to the roof's ridge is approximately 55 feet, or the equivalent of 4½ stories. Long known to be individually eligible for the National Register of Historic Places, PandDStudio was able to facilitate that recognition by writing the nomination, which was sponsored by Preservation Oklahoma, Inc.


STATUS: Completed

CLIENT: Preservation Oklahoma, Inc.