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Hickman House (Camden, Arkansas)

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Area  0 acres (0 ha)
Architectural style  Late Victorian
Opened  1898
Nearest city  Camden
Built  1898 (1898)
NRHP Reference #  06000090
Added to NRHP  2 March 2006
Hickman House (Camden, Arkansas)

The Hickman House is a historic house at 3568 Mt. Holly Road, in rural Ouachita County, Arkansas, south of Camden. The single story frame house was built in 1898, probably by George Edward Hickman, whose father John was one of the county's early settlers. The house is in Folk Victorian style; it has an L-shaped plan, sheathed in original weatherboard. Its principal ornamentation is in the chamfered posts of its porch, which also has sawn fretwork. The house faces east, and is set about 150 feet (46 m) back from the road; its front facade has two windows above the porch, and two that open onto it. There is a "dog-trot" style barn about 150 feet (46 m) southwest of the house.

The house was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 2006. The house has been donated by the Hickman family to the Ouachita County Historical Society.

References

Hickman House (Camden, Arkansas) Wikipedia


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