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Property Name Braley, Charles A., House
Reference Number 13000821
State Missouri
County Jackson
Town Kansas City
Street Address 3 Dunford Circle
Multiple Property Submission Name N/A
Status Listed 10/9/2013
Areas of Significance ARCHITECTURE
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The Charles Braley house, 3 Dunford Circle in Kansas City, Jackson County, Missouri is nominated to the National Register of Historic Places under Criterion C, significant at the local level in the area of Architecture. Completed in 1919 for lawyer and oil magnate Charles Braley, the mansion reflects the wealth and prestige of its first owner. The house was designed by Henry Hoit, an important Kansas City architect, in the relatively uncommon Jacobethan Revival style. The singular house has served as a private residence since its construction. It has been well maintained and continues to retain its architectural integrity as one of Kansas City's most remarkable and unique residences.


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