Remodeled 1947 Home on 1.9 Park Like Setting — 732398
This mid century home has had a recent make over with new heat/air, plumbing, electric, refinished wood floors, counter tops, light fixtures, garage doors, water heaters, etc. With 1863 sq. ft. of living space, the home has a spacious living and dining area, 3 bedrooms, 1 full bath and 2 half baths. The 1.9 acre setting is appreciated most by standing on the land beneath the towering trees among the flowering shrubs and flowers. 2 car garage and a carport also! There is plenty of space for building a workshop also. Commercial zoning allows for a home office if needed. A bargain at $169,900. Call or text Jan Newlin 479-841-6317 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Log Home on 10 Acres – Permaculture Farm —726667
“A permaculture only happens where land & people are one.”
Solid, honey logs glow in the sun from big windows. Fireplace and vaulted, wood ceiling add warmth, and the home’s graduated floor levels give architectural interest and elements of privacy. Upon entering the spacious, atrium-like, 17′x11′ hall with glass and wood, pause and savor an amazing, tranquil view of distant mountains. Step up to a welcoming dining table set for quests, or, descend a short stairs to a heated garage/workshop/laundry area. This 4BR/3BA home is 3664 sq. ft. (approx., not including garage and a separate, above-garage apartment). Second-floor has 2 bedrooms off a neat loft sitting-area, open and overlooking the living room. Basement level, with stained concrete floors and ample natural and recessed lighting, has a bedroom, bath, game room and leads outdoors to the deck and more fun at the above-ground pool. On the main level, kitchen features pretty Corian with seamless sink. In addition to the separate dining room, the kitchen offers bar, breakfast dining and overflow dining options on the adjacent, spacious covered-porch which frames the meadows and woods at this working Permiculture Farm. A one-acre gardening area with deer-fencing and the 32′ square garden with wooden fencing are visible from drive. Watch out for ducks and free-range chickens! They cluster around the duck pond and their handcrafted chicken-coop with arched windows and doors, constructed of mud and straw. Farm spigot for watering supplements the Gray Water System in place to conserve water. Property lends itself well to extended family and friends, and to additional income with 864 sq. ft. (approx.) garage apartment, 2BR/1BA, with separate entrance — currently renting for $650/month. To see the secluded, one-of-a-kind log home on 10 acres, $299,000, call Marcia Finley (479) 841-0562; email@example.com.