9205 W. 75th St.
Recognized as a city landmark in 2008, the Bryan Gleason House was reportedly built in 1926 on property owned by a Shawnee Indian named Red Carpenter in 1858.
The Gleason home is a front gabled bungalow, constructed primarily of stone, which is unique for this type of structure.
The north elevation is primarily EIFS (exterior insulation finish system), which is not original to the home. It appears the back porch also has been reconstructed and most of the windows on the rear elevation have been replaced; most of the other windows appear to be original to the home.