Take A Historic Drive by the Moore-Settle House! Constructed in 1899 and designed by local architect A.J. Barrett, the Moore-Settle House was placed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1983. Although the historic home allows drive-by viewing only, the sight itself is a must-see for history buffs! The exterior of the home features Victorian Queen Anne style architecture, two horse-head hitching posts and brick walkways stamped with 'CHANDLER O.T.', dating prior to Oklahoma's statehood in 1907. Come see this beautiful piece of Oklahoma history for yourself!