2 Story For Sale in Dogwood Haven
• 4,800 sq. ft., 4 bath, 4 bdrm 2 story - MLS® $1,699,000 - Million Dollar View!
Dogwood Haven, Hot Springs - This handsome waterfront estate takes on some of the characteristics of Frank Lloyd Wright's "Prairie" Style architecture. Frank Lloyd Wright is credited with creating a uniquely American style of house. This organic style of architecture is defined by clean lines, natural materials & a high degree of craftsmanship. Note the low-slung horizontal perspective that is broadcast from the view in the front. Its smooth-finish exterior consists of a combination of brick, natural stone and stucco, which works subconsciously to suggest the concept of balance & clean lines.
Here is a summary of some of the home's striking features. The back yard setting looks like something you'd see featured in a magazine spread of a movie star's home--it is a tapestry of elements that will make you think you are on vacation at a resort. There are covered and exposed outdoor living areas, with multi-level balconies extending the full length of the home--all of it built around the central focus of the breath-taking views of Lake Hamilton, the mountain range, and the city lights of downtown Hot Springs.
Stone paths, smooth rocks and beautiful landscaping make for a nice stroll down to the shoreline, with several places to stop and relax with natural stone benches along the pathway. Near the shoreline, you'll find a cedar arbor & swing with beautiful flowering vines entwined along its wooden slats. As you walk a little further, you'll find another nice sitting area on the other side of its boat house, with beautiful flagstone rock as its foundation & a great place for your iron patio furniture & hammock for a leisure day of relaxation.
If you love boating, you'll love its great two-stall boat house, and new custom-built single-stall covered boat dock, complete with a boat lift & two seadoo pads. You'll have plenty of space to store your over-sized Cruiser and party barge, & still have room for your guests to park their boat, when they arrive by water.