Crescent Cottage, built in 1881 by Brigadier General Powell Clayton of the Union Army and the ninth governor of Arkansas, is a classic Queen Anne Victorian that is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. The 5BR/5.2BA home has been completely remodeled following a fire in September 2017, and received the 2019 Eureka Springs Preservation Society Phoenix Award for the Restoration of a Residence. Crescent Cottage has a grandfathered bed and breakfast license with four guest suites and has been operated for 17 years by the sellers. Furnishings were not included in the appraisal, but are negotiable if the buyer wants to continue operating the home as a historic inn. New spa like bathrooms with soaking tubs and tiled showers with glass walls, body jets and rain heads. New kitchen with granite counters and custom cabinets. Gas log fireplaces. Large double porches in back with great views of East Mountain and Christ of the Ozarks. Detached garage and additional parking on Spring Street. Easy walk to downtown.
Listing courtesy of New Horizon Realty, Inc..