Mid-Century Modern. After 58 years, original owner is selling. Now offering House & Pool on 1.9 acres only. The remaining 3.03 vacant wooded acres with utility easement has been removed from original listing. In 1961, when this house was constructed, it was not in the city limits of Jonesboro. Today, after decades of population, economic, and annexation growth, the city has grown around the Patteson family home & property of 58 years, where it remains in a wooded enclave of privacy and convenience in an extremely desirable and centrally located section of the city. At 2801 Harrisburg Road, the house is set on Crowley’s Ridge, on the highest point between Jonesboro and Memphis. Its location falls within the boundaries of Highland Drive to the north, I-555 to the south, Brown’s Lane to the east, and Southwest Drive to the west. The design and 1961-62 construction is a prime residential example of the Mid-Century Modern architectural style. Both owner and architect were in agreement using natural Arkansas materials. On January 28, 2020, the house was listed on the National Register of Historic Places, following nomination by the State Review Board of the Arkansas Historic Preservation Program. This house and property is unique and defies conventional value determination. Several key intangibles add lifestyle perks that cannot be included in the square foot approach to assigning value i.e. Location, Convenience, Dual-direction Front & Back driveway, Wooded Privacy & the historical significance of having just been listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Examples of Convenience: This property features a partially secluded driveway spanning the property from front to back. The result is two separate Ingress-Egress points: Front-north on Harrisburg Road & Rear-south at Lands End Cove. The ability to choose how you come & go means additional convenience & safety during high-traffic crunch times! Specific Local Destinations: How close? How far? Harps Grocery (.60 Mile), Wal-Mart Neighborhood Market (.70 Mile), Sam’s Club (1.6 Miles), Jonesboro Country Club (1.8 Miles), St. Bernards Medical Center (1.9 Miles), Wal-Mart Supercenter on Highland (1.3 Miles), Malco Hollywood Cinema (2.1Miles), Turtle Creek Mall (2.8 Miles), NEA Baptist Hospital (6.5 Miles), Sage Meadows Golf Club (8.9 Miles), Ridgepointe Country Club (6.1 Miles), super-quick access to I-555 exit ramps to Memphis or Little Rock (.50 Mile). Nettleton High School (3.2 Miles), Jonesboro High School (1.0 Mile), Valley View High School (4.2 Miles), ASU Football Stadium & Embassy Suites (4.6 Miles), Main Street Downtown restaurants (2.0 Miles). NOTES ABOUT THE ACREAGE: Parcel 1B – 1.90 acres with the house and front and back yards and pool. 3644.0 (Home) + 203.2 (Office) = 3847.20 heated sqf. Additional Non-Heated: Carport – 444.0 sqf., Basement – 175+/- sqf. (Outside entrance) Pool House – 150+/- sqf. – with Shower, Lavatory, Toilet, & Towel Closet. The remaining 3.03 vacant wooded acres (Parcel 1A) with sanitary sewer utility easement has been removed from original listing. ADDITIONAL: • Architect, F. Eugene Withrow, Little Rock (Tower Building) • Patteson enjoyed a personal relationship with the architect. They agreed on the concept of using natural Arkansas materials honestly treated. Owner-architect back-story can be found with the additional documents. Original architectural concept sketches are on display at the house. • Contractor, B.B. Vance & Sons, Sedgwick, Arkansas • The home was listed on the National Register of Historic Place January 28, 2020. • The house maintains its structural integrity. • New roof installed (November 2018). • Exterior painted July 2019, consistent with original colors. • It should be noted: Listing in the National Register does not mean that limitations will be placed on the property by the federal government. Public visitation rights are not required of property owners.