|Great Location, Close to Downtown
||Granite Kitchen Counters
|Garage and Off-Street Parking
||Stainless Steel Appliances
|Beautiful Architectural Details
||Wainscotting and Original Moldings
|Custom Finishes Throughout
||Bordered by Cresent Spring
This eye-catching, two-story home, prominently sitting next to Crescent Springs Park on Spring Street, is one of Eureka Springs’ best examples of Victorian architecture. Scrolled trim work along the roofline, heavy exterior moldings and boxed bay windows add to the home's appeal.
A covered porch stretches across the front offering a great spot to relax. The main floor boasts a large parlor with a gas-log fireplace and a bay window overlooking the beautiful gardens around Crescent Spring Gazebo built in 1885. A wide doorway leads into an open living area great for entertaining. The adjoining kitchen has beautiful custom cabinetry, granite countertops and stainless steel appliances. A guest bedroom or office with French doors and a half bath complete the main floor.
Upstairs is a large master suite boasts vaulted ceilings and a private porch overlooking Spring Street. The master bath has a beautiful wood and tile floor, copper tub, large tiled shower and a double vanity with porcelain sinks. The guest bedroom also has vaulted ceilings, a large closet and a boxed bay window overlooking Crescent Spring. The guest bath has a large soaking tub/shower with tiled walls and a double vanity with porcelain sinks.
A one-car detached garage with matching architectural detailing has a side door for easy access to the home’s back door that opens off the kitchen. The back yard is very private with stone retaining walls. The property's off-street parking and garage is a great luxury. Enjoy the short walk to downtown shopping and dining, and nearby the historic Carnegie Library.
For more information, call Mark Mattmiller at (479) 981-0513
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