Mammoth Spring, AR

Added to OHD on 2/21/17   -   Last OHD Update: 4/12/20   -   20 Comments
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135 S 8th St, Mammoth Spring, AR 72554

  • $58,500
  • 3 Bed
  • 1 Bath
  • 2350 Sq Ft
  • 0.56 Ac.
BRICK-EARLY AMERICAN. this late 1800's era home is basically in its original finish, original wood moldings, door knobs & hinges, transoms above doors, 12 foot ceilings with 9 foot windows, foyer where you can enter the parlor on one side and living room on the other. Formal dining room has exposed beams, a window seat by window, stairway has balcony area and sitting room between the two upstairs bedrooms. All wood moldings are still intact and good. Updates is the dual propane/electric furnace and a second electric furnace, and wiring. The wrap around porch provides for plenty of sitting room to enjoy the large oaks in the yard. The lot is level and well above street level. If you are a fan of the original beginning of the 20th century homes, then this is a must see.
Contact Information
Norman Cozort, United Country-Cozort Realty,
(417) 264-7288

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20 Comments on Mammoth Spring, AR

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  1. Rita says: 23 comments

    Love this one! Can’t believe the price, and it looks very livable as it is!

  2. Wendy says: 65 comments

    The transoms…. the windows… what a beauty.

  3. Deb says: 15 comments

    Love this but don’t think the porch railing works. Could that be original?

  4. Snowshoes for decoration in Arkansas? Funny!!

  5. says: 40 comments

    Charming! Looks ready to move in. Transoms, stained glass, doorbell, porch, wood, great price. who could ask for more?

  6. Pookha says: 140 comments

    I always wonder whether fireplaces work or not.

    Love the transoms.

    What tickles me are the snowshoes–while AR gets the odd snowfall, I can’t remember ever having enough to warrant those. However, Mammoth Spring is a nice area.

  7. Nancy says: 174 comments

    What a cute home! and the price! Love that none of the wood has been touched!

  8. Kimmers says: 65 comments

    I expected a huge project for the price, boy was I surprised!

  9. ALH says: 14 comments

    Wow, I could see myself living here – what a steal!!

  10. Colleen Johnson says: 1171 comments

    That price I was expecting shabby inside and lo and behold it’s tastefully lived in. What a great little house, this would be a yes buy for my husband and I if this were in our country. Beautiful!

  11. Lissie says: 264 comments

    I agree with all the comments above but I have to say I wish they did’nt paint the fireplace at all.

  12. KfideiKfidei says: 333 comments

    this house looks perfect, and the location looks pretty nice too. What a steal of a deal!

  13. Elisa Chaplin says: 17 comments

    Wow. I really love this one. I even like the kitchen.

  14. Home Sweet Home says: 29 comments

    What I think is genius is designing the staircase so that the landing is a balcony overlooking the adjacent diningroom … a space of epic proportions, a 12 x 21 foot room, with a 12′ beamed ceiling. Who would expect a relatively modest home in the wilds of Arkansas to contain a feasting hall replete with minstrels’ gallery?!

  15. Hester James says: 1 comments

    I love this place!! How big is the grounds, and is it in town? The price is nice.. I’m from South Africa

  16. cheryl plato says: 179 comments

    Street view is awesome! Nice country homes nearby, and a taxidermist right down the street for your convenience!

  17. marilyn says: 1 comments

    Oh is I was 30 years younger, I would jump on this! I’d give up my home in Florida to live in that.

  18. Liu says: 1 comments

    We almost bought this house. Then we had it inspected. I still dream of being able to buy it once we save more for what it needs. I’d HATE to see it disappear back into the earth like so many old treasures​ do. It’s even better in person!?

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