| less than one acre|
30 July 1974
| 1860 (1860)|
| 406 N. 10th St., Arkadelphia, Arkansas|
Greek Revival, Gothic Revival
James E. M. Barkman House Wikipedia
The James E. M. Barkman House is a historic house at 406 North 10th Street in Arkadelphia, Arkansas. The two-story wood frame house was built c. 1860 for James E. M. Barkman, son of one of Arkadelphia's early settlers. It is unusual in the state for its combination of Greek Revival and Gothic Revival features. The main block has wide Doric pilasters at the corners, and its first floor windows have semi-circular heads. A full two-story porch extends across the main facade, with a wealth of jigsaw-cut Gothic detail. The house's interior follows a typical antebellum central-hall plan.
The house was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1974.