QUIRKY, SUNNY, FUN.  Rented through June 2020
The Miss S.E. Vail house was built in 1915 in a Craftsman/Victorian traditional style as a single family home in Little Rock's up and coming West End.  It was converted to a duplex decades ago, fell into neglect and was almost lost to a fire.  It was bought by Urban Frontier, and is now the 12th house in the Central High area that we are pleased to offer for quality rental after a complete rehabilitation.  The renovation followed historic guidelines for National Register properties.  

The upstairs unit, which encompasses the  front door, hallway and stairway, provides the entry to the apartment from 17th Street.  The hallway is large enough to use creatively as an office or perhaps a small guest bedroom.  Going upstairs, there is a wainscoted "snuggle nook" for TV watching, reading or lounging around.  Two sweet bedrooms, with quirky little windows in the side walls and lots of light and closet space are in the main body of the house.  There is a large tiled and wainscoted bathroom, with subway tile tub surround.  A stacked washer dryer and pantry are in the hallway.  The kitchen is a glorious sunroom, with granite counter tops, good working kitchen, all new cabinets and plenty of room for a large table and guests.  A large deck is entered off the kitchen, big enough for more guests.  There is one off street car parking space, and shed parking for two bicycles per apartment.  There ise a shared dog run in the back of the shady yard.   The place has been completely redone from top to bottom, well insulated and finished well.  The original floors were retained and polished where possible - some contain marks of the fire that could have led to the loss of the house.  It has history, charm and comfort on a quiet street in a real neighborhood.  The owner lives across the street.   Owner pays for security, and the tenant pays for all other utilities, with water/sewer/trash at flat fee of $45 a month.  Gas heat and stove.
The Miss S.E. Vail house was built in 1915 in a Craftsman/Victorian traditional style as a single family home in Little Rock's up and coming West End.  It was converted to a duplex decades ago, fell into neglect and was almost lost to a fire.  It was bought by Urban Frontier, and is now the 12th house in the Central High area that we are pleased to offer for quality rental after a complete rehabilitation.  The renovation followed historic guidelines for National Register properties.  

The upstairs unit, which encompasses the  front door, hallway and stairway, provides the entry to the apartment from 17th Street.  The hallway is large enough to use creatively as an office or perhaps a small guest bedroom.  Going upstairs, there is a wainscoted "snuggle nook" for TV watching, reading or lounging around.  Two sweet bedrooms, with quirky little windows in the side walls and lots of light and closet space are in the main body of the house.  There is a large tiled and wainscoted bathroom, with subway tile tub surround.  A stacked washer dryer and pantry are in the hallway.  The kitchen is a glorious sunroom, with granite counter tops, good working kitchen, all new cabinets and plenty of room for a large table and guests.  A large deck is entered off the kitchen, big enough for more guests.  There is one off street car parking space, and shed parking for two bicycles per apartment.  There ise a shared dog run in the back of the shady yard.   The place has been completely redone from top to bottom, well insulated and finished well.  The original floors were retained and polished where possible - some contain marks of the fire that could have led to the loss of the house.  It has history, charm and comfort on a quiet street in a real neighborhood.  The owner lives across the street.   Owner pays for security, and the tenant pays for all other utilities, with water/sewer/trash at flat fee of $45 a month.  Gas heat and stove.

The Miss S.E. Vail house was built in 1915 in a Craftsman/Victorian traditional style as a single family home in Little Rock's up and coming West End. It was converted to a duplex decades ago, fell into neglect and was almost lost to a fire. It was completely renovated in 2016, following historic guidelines for National Register properties.

 

The upstairs unit, which encompasses the front door, hallway and stairway, provides the entry to the apartment from 17th Street. The hallway is large enough to use creatively as an office or perhaps a small guest bedroom. Going upstairs, there is a wainscoted "snuggle nook" for TV watching, reading or lounging around. Two sweet bedrooms, with quirky little windows in the side walls and lots of light and closet space are in the main body of the house. There is a large tiled and wainscoted bathroom, with subway tile tub surround. A stacked washer dryer and pantry are in the hallway. The kitchen is a glorious sun room, with granite counter tops, all new cabinets and plenty of room for a large table and guests. A large deck is entered off the kitchen, big enough for more guests. There is one off street car parking space and a shared dog run in the back of the shady yard.   The place has been completely redone from top to bottom, well insulated and finished well. The original floors were retained and polished where possible - some contain marks of the fire that could have led to the loss of the house. It has history, charm and comfort on a quiet street in a real neighborhood. The owner lives across the street. The downstairs tenant is a single professional woman with two small dogs. Owner pays for security, and the tenant pays for all other utilities, with water/sewer/trash at flat fee of $45 a month. Gas heat and stove