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Offering Lovers of Victorian Furniture and Architecture a Unique Opportunity
The Queen Anne Mansion in Eureka Springs, Ark.

The Queen Anne Mansion in Eureka Springs, Ark.

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The Queen Anne Mansion in Eureka Springs, Ark. offers admirers of meticulously restored Victorian architecture and furniture a unique opportunity to own a piece of the past while helping to preserve it for posterity. While not billed as a "timeshare" property but rather a "private residence club", this grand old 12,000 square foot home is being sold in a similar sharing manner where individuals, couples or families can buy a share to use as their own for a certain time period each year. And while spending time there, owners can enjoy the manicured grounds surrounding the mansion along with the elegant furnishings within.

From the property: "The antiques residing in the meticulously restored Queen Anne Mansion are the kinds of treasures typically found only in museums today. But the Queen Anne’s owners have inventively converted the magnificent mansion into a private residence club, offering the opportunity for others to own and live with these furnishings in full appreciation of their value and history. Built in 1891, the mansion features an estimated $1.2 million worth of 19th-century antiques and collectibles throughout its 12,000 square feet."

This includes a Victorian "pianoforte" made in London along with the antiques featured here.

See Page 2 for more information on the antique furniture residing in this historic home.

(See link below for more information on buying into the property.)

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