The historic Carry Nation Home was built in 1884 and was the final home of famed women's rights activist and prohibitionist Carry Nation. Originally built as a boarding house, it also served as gathering place and women's shelter during Carry Nation's lifetime there until her death in 1911. The home was subsequently purchased by Louis and Elsie Freund to save it from demolition, and under their stewardship became a museum, art gallery and art school. It was later sold and operated as a tour home, telling the story of Carry Nation and her message and mission. Currently, the home features a nice 2 bedroom 1 bath apartment on the main level, plus a full but unrestored second level. The basement is accessed externally and originally housed the kitchen and dining room. The property is zoned residential & includes 1 parking space & an additional lot. This is a rare opportunity to restore a significant home in the Eureka Springs historic district. Review preservation tax credit potential at www.arkansaspreservation.com
Listing courtesy of Century 21 Woodland Real Estate.