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Cheap-ish Circa 1914 Arkansas Home For Sale on 0.78 Rural Acre $145K

OHU50K Notes    $145,000

This Cheap-ish country home for sale from the WWI era boasts a wrap-around porch and a bonanza of beadboard on a three quarter of an acre rural lot. The original family farmed here. I can imagine their eight kids running around the property laughing and playing as well as helping with the chores.

 If interested in a property, please contact the realtor whose link is provided in the post below, or contact an agent of your own choosing. Independent verification of details and status is recommended.

1233 Highway 31, Floyd, AR 72143    $145,000


Family History

Luke David Hutchinson (1873-1948), a farmer and general store owner/operator, owned this home. Hutchinson was 5’7″ tall of medium build and was described as “white with black eyes and black hair,” on his WWI Draft Registration Card. He married his first wife, Mollie Quattlebaum (1878-1917) in 1893 when she was just 15. The couple had eight children together before her death. Hutchinson married his second wife, Zula Kate Stevens (b.1880) in 1919.  Better known as Kate, she helped raise most of the children and lived to 94.

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