Built in the late 1800s, this landmark Victorian overlooking Spring Street was the home of Dr. Pearl Tatman, the first woman medical doctor in Arkansas. Known as "Cozy Corners," the home was considered one of the finest in town. The front porches are stunning with intricate gingerbread, spandrels, and railings. The front door opens into the parlor with pine plank flooring and a boxed bay window. A grand staircase in the dining room is an eye catcher. The country kitchen has butcher block counters and beadboard cabinetry with porcelain knobs. The second floor has two large bedrooms and a smaller guest bedroom. The main bath has a porcelain clawfoot tub with a brass shower rail. There is a ground floor laundry room with a half bath. The home's cellar has limestone walls, a barrel vaulted ceiling and a corner Jacuzzi tub. Enjoy al fresco dining on the stone patio or relax to the sound of running water from the koi pond. An east walk to your favorite downtown shops and restaurants. Cannot be used as tourist lodging.
Listing courtesy of New Horizon Realty, Inc..