|City/Town: • Fairfax
|Location Class: • Residential
|Built: • 1920's | Abandoned: • Late 1990's
|Status: • Abandoned
|Photojournalist: • Michael Schwarz • Emily Cowan
The Goode Mansion is another mansion in Fairfax which was built on Native American land as a result of oil money. Presumably built in the 1920s when the oil and gas industry took off creating boom towns all over whose populations skyrocketed and then dropped drastically after the oil fell. The property includes the stately home, a two-story garage with butler quarters on the second floor, a large barn that has since gone, and a small second home made of wood. After serving its purpose as a home it was then turned into a headstart sometime in the ’80s or ’90s. It is an Osage Indian family home, the only way to restore or sell it requires every partial owner to agree on the final decision making it very unlikely anything will be done with it.
Gallery Below of Goode Mansion
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