Crump Place, built in 1837, was owned by the same family for 126 years and was the boyhood home of Edward “Boss” Crump.
The Warren House, one of two identical Craftsman homes built by the Warren family in 1929, is located on Market Street.
This house, one of two identical houses built in the Craftsman style by the Warren family, is located on Center Street.
The Peel House, built in 1918, is a Craftsman home with several interesting architectural elements built on the site of an earlier antebellum house.
Berryville, in the Arkansas Ozarks, is a well-preserved small mountain town with several excellent restored “ghost signs”.
Eureka Springs, located in the Ozark Mountains of northwest Arkansas, is one of the best-preserved examples of a Victorian resort town in the South.