Updated 1930s house on Hardin Street—all the historic charm and convenience of Cherry Street without the campus traffic!  1800 square feet.  3 bedrooms plus an extra room for office, playroom, or 4th bedroom.  Lots of original and custom touches, with hardwood floors, 10-foot ceilings, recessed track lighting, and plenty of natural light throughout the home.  Open-plan kitchen with island/bar, walk-in pantry, and formal dining area with French doors to living room.  Large bathroom with extra-long clawfoot tub and double pedestal sinks.  Low-maintenance front yard and completely private back yard, with roses and fruit trees; carport with closet storage.  New custom-built walk-in closet in master bedroom; new paint and woodwork inside and out; new back door.  Insulation, ductwork, plumbing, and roof installed, replaced, or substantially upgraded in the last year; other renovations and all major appliances new in last six years.

Take a look at the photos below (click to enlarge), and call (870) 245-3841 to schedule a viewing appointment.  Serious inquiries only, please.

Living room, 25 X 15

Dining room, 13.5 X 12.5

13.5 X 10.5 kitchen has all stainless Frigidaire appliances, composite countertops,  and pendant lights.

Besides plenty of cabinet storage, the kitchen also has a pantry, 8 X 4.5, with access to laundry room, 8 X 5.

Bathroom, 10 X 12

Master bedroom, 16 X 15

Second bedroom, 15 X 12

Third bedroom, 14 X 11.5

“Extra” room, 15 X 9.5

Front & back yards, 9 X 24 porch

Easily walkable to OBU, the river, and downtown; also close to HSU.

Click any photo above to enlarge; click the “contact owner” link at the top to ask a question or schedule a viewing appointment.


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