1926 – Hot Springs National Park, AR

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Added to OHD on 8/11/16   -   Last OHD Update: 10/6/20   -   14 Comments
Off Market / Archived

835 Quapaw Ave, Hot Springs National Park, AR 71901

  • $180,000
  • 4 Bed
  • 2.5 Bath
  • 2720 Sq Ft
This beautiful, well cared for Georgian home built in 1926 and located in the Historical district is a must see! Original gorgeous hardwood floors, 10' ceilings down and 9' up with 4 bedrooms and 2 1/2 baths. Vintage bathrooms, kitchen and original light fixtures give this home graceful charm!
Contact Information
Rachel Mardis, ERA
(501) 623-2511

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14 Comments on 1926 – Hot Springs National Park, AR

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  1. Sandra says: 296 comments

    What a nice house! I love the sunny breakfast area. Also, one of those bedrooms appears to be a sleeping porch, something I always wanted to have! The porte-cochère is an added bonus.

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  2. Karen the bookworm says: 19 comments

    I’m drooling… This is beautiful!!!

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  3. Bethany says: 3466 comments

    What a great vintage kitchen and stove! I love this house, and I would totally write the vintage patio chairs into the contract!

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  4. Ross says: 2413 comments

    I am waving my magic wand and putting a protective shield on the kitchen.

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  5. Betsy Frisch says: 158 comments

    This is such a sweet and cozy house on the inside !

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  6. KellyS. says: 38 comments

    I wish there were more pictures of that kitchen…and that stove!!

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  7. Marie says: 201 comments

    Don’t you love how the window cabinets in the kitchen tie to the window lite pattern! Love this kitchen. Also great to see original light fixtures!

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  8. Agusta says: 51 comments

    The kitchen is absolutely fabulous!

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  9. Pookha says: 128 comments

    Dibs! I don’t see bathroom pix (or did I skip past them>)but I’m guessing that they are probably close to original, too, judging from the magnificent kitchen.

    I love this.

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  10. Christine Schulze says: 24 comments

    Wow ! What a fabulous family home ! I call the yellow bedroom! Cant you just feel the breeze at night through those perfectly placed windows? And that kitchen is wonderful! This would be an awesome home to grow up in. Love it ! I wish they had bathroom pics. I’m wondering if there’s a Jack and Jill .

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  11. Bondgirl007 says: 1 comments

    I just bought this house! It is amazing! As for the kitchen some will remain the same but there will be some needed changes. We moved the light fixtures to other parts of the house where they were needed. Such a gift to be the owner of such a well cared for home. Bathrooms are vintage too!! Big long tub of my dreams!

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