Redwood and Stone Stunner With Frank Lloyd Wright Pedigree

This little beauty of a home in Harrison, AR, was designed by E.R. Herndon, a protégé of E. Fay Jones, a winner of the American Institute of Architects gold medal. Jones studied with Frank Lloyd Wright as a Taliesin Fellow. Although his work was influenced by Wright’s vision of organic architecture, Jones developed his own style unique to the Ozarks, where he made his home.

Herndon, in turn, was influenced by Jones’s vision, and in 1977, built this three-bedroom, three-bathroom house. “Herndon was working for Fay Jones when he designed this house,” explains listing agent Melissa Collins. “Though the design was Herndon’s, anyone familiar with Jones’s style can walk through this house and see his influence.”

The walls of the home are covered in tongue-and-groove imported California redwood, while the floors are laid with native Arkansas stone. “The flooring is absolutely gorgeous,” says Collins.

The 3,792-square foot home has multiple fireplaces, a wet bar, recreation room with Tiffany pool table, wine fridge, distinctive wood paneling on the ceilings, wood floors, dual sinks, a covered patio, and sits on 1.55 acres of land.

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