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    Default A four-bedroom house in Arkansas


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    A four-bedroom house in Botkinburg, Ark., is on the market for $535,000. The house was built in 2002; it runs on solar power (but also has a generator). Set on five acres, it has a garden. It is being sold furnished.









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    Cute place and cosy looking, but I'd have to re decorate. That light is good for the appearance though!

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    Yuck.

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    I 'll bet it is gorgeous in summer with all those trees.
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    I don't care to live in Arkansas, but I LOVE this house. It is so wonderful and seems so comfortable. I would kill to live there (if it weren't in Arkansas).

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    I love the outside and the surroundings, but I can't stand wood paneling on every frickin' wall. Kitchen looks kinda small for this place.
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    I love it and I want it, Arkansas ain't that damn bad people
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    Hate tile countertops, knotty pine & that weird color floor. It's nothing special at all, and I can't possibly imagine why it's on the market for so much. For half a million in this state, especially away from cities, you ought to have 5,000 square feet of gorgeous with an inground pool. I don't get it.
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    ^I agree it is extremely overpriced for the area and with that small of acreage. I was expecting for this price that it would have 20 or more acres of land.

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    Pick it up and put in in Lake Placid and I'd be happy to call it home. I want nothing more than to have a rustic home in the middle of the woods somewhere.
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    I worry about the little stream that seems to go through where the house is. God help you if there is ever a flash flood.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lobelia View Post
    Hate tile countertops, knotty pine & that weird color floor. It's nothing special at all, and I can't possibly imagine why it's on the market for so much. For half a million in this state, especially away from cities, you ought to have 5,000 square feet of gorgeous with an inground pool. I don't get it.


    Totally agree with you on all fronts.

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