Little Rock, Ark. | $450,000
A Craftsman house built in 1903, with four bedrooms and three bathrooms, on a 0.3-acre lot
This house is in the heart of downtown Little Rock, a few blocks from the Arkansas Governor’s Mansion. A pharmacy and coffee shop are also within easy walking distance, and Arkansas Children’s Hospital is less than five minutes way by car. The riverfront, where attractions include a food hall, a farmers’ market and museums focused on Arkansas history, is about two miles away. Another major draw in this part of the city is the William J. Clinton Presidential Library and Museum, in a 30-acre public park.
Size: 3,268 square feet
Price per square foot: $138
Indoors: A path flanked by mature trees leads up a wide set of steps to a covered front porch big enough to hold benches and a swing. The wood-and-glass front door opens into a foyer with a beamed ceiling and original hardwood floors that extend into a sunny living room on the right with a brick fireplace in the corner.
Original pocket doors separate the living room from a dining room with blue walls, white crown molding and an ornate hanging light fixture. Another set of doors leads from the dining room to the kitchen, in what was formerly a sunroom.
The primary suite, used by the sellers as office space, is just off the dining room, with two high-ceilinged rooms and a bathroom recently redone with an oversized shower and penny-tile floors.