FIRST TIME ON THE MARKET!! Crafted around the turn of the century this charming historical home reflects the beauty of the craftsmanship of that era. Entering the home you are welcomed by 12 foot ceilings and flowing rooms full of charm. The original baseboards, transom windows, hardwood floors, french doors, wrap around porch,claw-foot tub and antique light fixtures capture your interest as you traverse the home. Stated to be one of the first homes to have indoor plumbing the home still features the beautiful claw foot tub and was remodeled years ago to add a walk in shower. The sleeping porch was enclosed to make a 3rd bedroom and also houses the washer/dryer. The spacious formal dining area just off the living area features a charming built in corner china hutch, spacious closet, crown molding and allow easy access to the kitchen with the stairwell to the attic close by. The attic features an additional 452 sq ft which is insulated and has electric -great potential for adding more living space to the home if needed. The additional two bedrooms downstairs are spacious, one needing a wardrobe for clothing storage. Enjoy your morning coffee on the screened side porch and have plenty of room for future development in the large city lot for building space, gardening or your small hobby farm. Rich with history and charm you won’t want to miss making this home top of your list to view. Give Waldron Realty a call today to schedule your private tour.
A bit about our county: Scott County features a population of approximately 9836, with Waldron being the county seat with 3386 residents inside the city limits per the most recent census. Scott County is home to the largest Bluegrass Festival this side of the Mississippi (Turkey Track), home to one of the oldest working movie theaters in the state (Scott Theatre) and has old fashioned rodeos, parades, fairs and more annually. Join in on the fun each 1st Saturday of the Month for Trade Days and share and sell your wares… for FREE! Waldron is home to 3 rivers and 4 public lakes and has a satellite campus for the University of Arkansas.
Located just a day trip to many of Arkansas hot spots as well. Ft Smith AR – 46.3 miles, Tulsa, OK 163 miles, Dallas, Tx 282.2 miles, Fayetteville, AR 103.8 miles (Home of the Arkansas Razorbacks), Hot Springs, AR 81.6, Little Rock, AR (State Capital)142.9 miles and Mt Magazine 57 miles (highest point between the Rockies and the Great Smoky Mtns)