Baggett-Harding House FEATURED

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Listing Type: For Sale
Property Type: Residential
Price: $589,900
Location: 403 N. Washington Ave.
Fayetteville
Arkansas 72701
Style: Georgian
Year Built: 1905
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Lot Size (acres): 0.40 acres
Size (square feet): 4,089
Condition: Move in ready
Additional Out Buildings: Carriage House
Submission Date: 06-16-2017
Last Update: 06-20-2017
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Agent Details: Ben Keeney
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Phone Number: 4796400194
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Lots of history in this home that serves as an anchor to the Fayetteville, Arkansas Washington-Willow Historic District. Originally built as a wood frame neo-classical revival in 1905, in the 1930s University of Arkansas professor and first Arkansas born UA president Arthur M. Harding transformed the home to a brick facade. Learn more about the house, see current and past photos by connecting with us on Twitter @washwillowhouse or visit us online www.WashingtonWillow.house for full details including 96 photos. Welcome to 403 N. Washington Ave. with its tall ceilings, luxurious vintage lighting, side porte-cochere, front porch and expansive yard in a very walkable and friendly neighborhood, this home makes a statement. Mature trees, lush landscaping, prized azaleas, a magical treehouse and outdoor play spaces, deliver unique areas for outdoor living. This beautiful home has a story to tell and you are invited to help write its next chapter. With a detached 4-car garage (room to create your granny flat or Airbnb), and the home's footprint of 4,089 square feet, floored attic, finished basement, it's ready for you to imagine what comes next and create the home of your dreams! Woo Pig Sooie! Fayetteville is Razorback Country and this home sits in the heart of Northwest Arkansas/Fayetteville, and nearby the University of Arkansas. Locals know this is a great place to live. And, thanks to U.S. News & World Report, others know it as well. They recently put the Fayetteville-Springdale-Rogers Metropolitan Statistical Area at No. 3 on their 2016 list of Best Places to Live. And, the community maintained its top tier ranking at No. 5 in early 2017: http://realestate.usnews.com/places/rankings/best-places-to-live
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Exterior 1
Beautiful brick exterior w/ limestone and wrought iron accents. Porte Cochere.


Exterior 2
Corner lot. Contributing structure within the Washington-Willow Historic District.


Formal Living Room
Coffered ceiling. Fireplace. Great space for entertaining.


Dining Room
Original wedding cake chandelier. Arched french doors to Formal Living Room


Sun Room
French doors to Front Porch. European barley-twist wood chandelier






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