A diamond in the rough! This Arkansas home is in a rural area! It was built in 1930. It’s in Jonesboro, Arkansas, on three acres of land. Even though the house needs some work, it’s not too bad. The front porch of the house is covered. The kitchen doors look good to me. The house gets a lot of light from outside. A few outbuildings are on the site, and there is more land that could be bought. There are four rooms, two baths, and 980 square feet.
From the Zillow listing:
We are happy to have you at Market 1685 on County Road 757 in Jonesboro, Arkansas. A cute farmhouse with a two-car connected garage, a floored and wired workshop, a detached storage building, and a barn is set on three plus/minus acres of beautiful green land. The house was built to last in the 1930s. Its exterior is made of strong concrete blocks with vinyl siding, and it has a front porch where you can sit and watch wildlife. Inside, there are two bedrooms on the first floor and two bedrooms on the second. There is also a full bathroom with a walk-in shower, a kitchen, an eating area, a living room, and a workshop/laundry room. The land has old trees for shade, a creek, fences, and a gate. CWL water, Craighead Electric, septic, and Craft Propane are some of the utilities that are available. Want to live in the country? This is the house you’ve been waiting for to come on the market. Not in the city, but close to Brookland, Bono, and the edge of Jonesboro. Call right now to set up a time to see this farmhouse and make it your home. *There is extra land available. **Actual sf TBD***The yellow shed that is currently on the land does not go with the sale.
Available for sale at Zillow
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