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James House (Rogers, Arkansas)

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Area  less than one acre
Architectural style  Prow House
NRHP Reference #  87002332
Added to NRHP  28 January 1988
Built  1903 (1903)
MPS  Benton County MRA
Opened  1903
Nearest city  Rogers
James House (Rogers, Arkansas)

The James House is a historic house on Benton County Route 51 (S. Rainbow Road), between Osage Creek and Sunbridge Lane outside Rogers, Arkansas. Built c. 1903, the house is a high-quality brick version of a locally distinctive architectural style known as a "prow house". It is an American Foursquare two-story structure with a truncated pyramidal roof, with a gable-roofed section that projects forward, giving the house a T shape with the stem facing forward. The property also includes a combination smokehouse-root cellar, also built of brick, which appears to date to the same period, and is unique within the county.

The house was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1988.


James House (Rogers, Arkansas) Wikipedia

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