Locally known as the ‘Fishing Reel House’ or ‘Zebco House,’ this unusual home was designed by architect Cecil Stanfield in the late 60s for R.D. Hull, founder of Zebco, a fishing reel company. Now, this house nlike anything we’ve ever seen n the outskirts of Tulsa, Oklahoma in the small suburb of Catoosa can be yours for $6 million. The focal point of over 12,600 square feet home is a swimming pool featuring a 25ft Lexan overhead dome and surrounded by a 15ft wide circular hallway. Off the hallway are 5 bedrooms, three of which are theme decorated (Italian, French and Oriental).
The house features blues, green, gold and orange colors reminiscent of the 1970s era. There are 7 bathrooms, each decorated in a different color and appropriate hardware, carrying out the theme of the adjoining room.
Twenty-eight continuous curved oak beams extend from the roof over the pool and across the hallway, though 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. Chinowth & Cohen Realtors has the listing.