| less than one acre|
| 1835 (1835)|
18 June 1976
| 3514 Walkers Corner Rd., Scott, Arkansas|
3514 Walkers Corner Road, Scott, AR 72142, USA
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Ashley-Alexander House Wikipedia
The Ashley-Alexander House is a historic house at 3514 Walkers Corner Road (Arkansas Highway 161) in Scott, Arkansas. It is a 1-1/2 story clapboarded log structure, built out of hand-hewn cypress logs and topped by a gable roof, set near the east side of the road. A porch projects from the center of the five-bay facade, with a two-window dormer above, and flanking shed-roof dormers flanking it on the main roof. The house was built about 1835 by Chester Ashley, one of Arkansas's early United States Senators, and a prominent lawyer and local landowner.
The house was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1976.