Stephens-Lucas House

Back Next 123 N Nicollett St The Stephens-Lucas House, built in 1904 by Attorney L. L. Stephens, is a two-and-one-half-story cross gambrel Dutch Colonial, a popular style in South Dakota during the early 20th century. The house is one of the best examples of its type...

St. Charles Hotel

Back Next 207 E Capitol Built as the premier hotel in Pierre by prominent businessman Charles Hyde, the St. Charles Hotel was and has been since it first opened the most prestigious address in Pierre. Governor Vessey and Lieutenant Governor Byrne hosted the reception...

Kenneth R. Scurr House

Back Next 121 S Washington Kenneth R. Scurr designed this one-story wooden house, and the Onida Construction Company built it for him in 1923. Scurr was an important designer and builder involved in a number of noteworthy local projects. He moved to Pierre in 1920 and...

Rowe House

Back Next 1118 E Capitol Ave Built in 1907 by Walter Rowe, an important local figure, the Rowe House is an excellent example of the Folk Victorian style architecture that was prevalent in South Dakota between 1890 and 1910. This style is inspired by Italianate and...

Pierre Masonic Lodge

Back Next 201 West Capitol Ave Located a block west of the Upper Pierre Commercial Historic District, the Pierre Masonic Lodge is important as the home of the Masons in Pierre since 1928 and also as a good local example of Neoclassical Revival style architecture. The...