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Talk amongst yourselves. Circa 1906. Over an acre in Arkansas. $438,000

Talk amongst yourselves! Parts of this house are amazing! Other parts are very eclectic. This home was built in 1906. It is located on 1.65 acres in Monticello, Arkansas. This home has only had four owners and has been featured in several books and publications. The exterior sure is stunning! The dining room ceiling and light fixture are amazing! Four bedrooms, three bathrooms, and 5,556 square feet $488,000 New price: $438,000

Contact Hope Hartness with Hope and Company Realty at 870-723-3443

From the Zillow listing:

This historical home was built for the local entrepreneur Joe Lee Allen and his family. Mr. Allen thought of it as a monument to his success as a businessman. A blend of Queen Anne, Neoclassical, and Gothic elements, the house drew attention for its architectural design upon its completion in 1906. Several postcards of the house from the early twentieth century were produced. In its 117-year history, the home has had only four owners. In recent decades, it has received significant media attention, has been featured on five national television shows, and was the setting for a 2016 feature film. Several books have chapters featuring the house; it is the model for the house in the 1966 novel The Scent of Lilacs; and it is the sole subject of a bestselling nonfiction book published in 2012.

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