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Location: Fayetteville, Arkansas
Built in 1965 by Ernie Jacks, emeritus professor and former Associate Dean of the University of Arkansas School of Architecture, this stately midcentury modern in Fayetteville features multiple levels, heights, and outdoor spaces that lend a dynamism not often seen in a home from this era.
Clearly inspired by Frank Lloyd Wright’s Usonian architecture, the 4,144-square-foot four-bedroom boasts extensive brick and woodwork throughout, an expansive, vaulted great room with fireplace and floor-to-ceiling windows framing outdoor views of a large deck and a meticulously landscaped sloping garden, wood paneled ceilings, and plenty of custom built-in furniture and storage.
A formal dining room and updated kitchen with breakfast nook reside on the ground floor, while a family room with fireplace can be accessed below that. High-ceilinged bedrooms feature paneled walls and large sliding glass doors, while skylights and clerestory windows allow light in from virtually every corner of the residence.
Set on over three lush acres, the property also includes a flexible loft space, hot tub, and seven distinctive outdoor living areas. Located on Mount Sequoyah at 370 North Williams Drive, it’s asking $974,900. Take a look below.