The pyramid house was built in 1976, for Gary and Debra Noble, on 33 acres outside of Coyle. The home took 17 months to complete, since everything had to be cut at an angle. The foundation was built in a cross shape to get the peak of the pyramid to come to a point. Every room in the house was built with three or five sides. The house included a sun deck on three sides.
2/6/2018 09:37:36 am
Gary and Debra were friends of mine in the late 1970's. Is the any contact information for them? Have been trying to contact.
10/5/2021 05:55:09 pm
Gary Noble is a friend of mine he lives and Henryetta Oklahoma if you would like I'll ask him to contact you if you'll give me a phone number
5/31/2018 07:40:09 pm
How funny. i grew up in paradise valley. my other lives on his same road.
John S Emerson
11/30/2019 11:15:59 am
Interesting and daring home, it looks like it is a place it would have been enjoyable to spend some time in. Having lived most of my life in Vermont where this would have been the talk of the town I must wonder what the reaction was in 1970’s Oklahoma.
12/23/2020 11:53:28 pm
Gary’s my dad. Still talks about that house.
3/27/2021 02:34:10 pm
4/3/2021 07:19:31 am
Hi Eva... Im living in OKC now... I still have a picture you drew me when you were 3y/o... :) I was close friends w your mom and dad and watched them build this house... I have a few pics of the “in progress” stage somewhere. I woke up this morn thinking of that house. Googled it and found this post... and your comment only a few days ago... synchronicity..
1/8/2021 09:44:33 pm
Is this house owned? Or is it abandoned now?
11/9/2022 08:44:24 pm
Develop exist play require phone cost. My little land message.
Leave a Reply.
This blog was created by Amy Loch to share stories of experiential history in and connected to Logan County.