This eye-catching home prominently located on Spring Street, is one of Eureka Springs' most historic homes and a stunning example of Folk Victorian architecture with decorative gables and brackets, ornate trim and box bay windows. Built in 1881 as the manse for the Presbyterian Church, the home was restored in 2014 and received a Eureka Springs Preservation Society Restoration Award. The front porch has two original doors that open into a spacious living area with a gas-log fireplace and a kitchen designed for entertaining with granite counters and custom cabinetry. French doors close off an adjoining office/bedroom with a half bath. There are two large bedrooms with vaulted ceilings and private baths upstairs. The main bath has a tile walk-in shower, a copper soaking tub and a double vanity. The main bedroom has a door onto the upstairs deck. There's a small back patio and a beautiful butterfly garden in front. A highly desired one-car garage and an additional parking space in the driveway are a rare find.
Listing courtesy of New Horizon Realty, Inc..