This is a fully reconstructed 1906 farmhouse in beautiful Clinton Ar. The home has 2363 sqft. with four bedrooms, three bathrooms, two bonus rooms and a sun room. The home sits on “school hill” within a short walking distance of the school, downtown, and city park.
The house is located between two rivers; the Archey and the The Little Red River. It is also 8 miles from Greers Ferry Lake. Clinton is a gorgeous small town located at the foothills of the Ozark Mountains. The historical home was built in 1906 and was the residence and office of Clinton’s first Medical Doctor. It has been reconstructed with both new utilities for safety, efficiency and comfort and original reclaimed materials to maintain the heritage and authenticity of the home! You can rest knowing that the contractor and sub contractors are all licensed, local and guarantee their work. We installed completely new: Roof, LP Smart Siding (50 year warranty), windows, electrical, plumbing, sewer, foundation (with encapsulated climate controlled crawl space), two HVAC units (One upstairs and one downstairs), carport with concrete slab, driveway, ramp and covered breezeway, Luxury Vinyl Plank flooring in the entire house. The renovations also include a rock patio with fire pit, flower beds and a partially fenced back yard. We repurposed the vintage tin roof for the kitchen ceiling and wainscot in several rooms. Restored the original gorgeous solid wood doors and most of the wood for the interior walls. Most of the beadboard and shiplap throughout the house are original. We were also able to keep the original porch ceiling, columns and rails.
The kitchen has granite counter tops and a large pantry. The house has lots of storage. From large closets, to attic access, storage above the carport. There is a 20×20 outbuilding with a concrete floor on one side completed with electricity and lights.
There are GREAT neighbors and it is in a wonderful neighborhood! You will not be disappointed as you sit on the porch swing under the magnolia tree watching the sunrise
Updated on December 5, 2021 at 6:55 pm