Carlton House (Lake Village, Arkansas)
|Location||434 S. Lakeshore Drive,
Lake Village, Arkansas
|Area||less than one acre|
|Architect||Simms, Albert G.|
|Architectural style||Colonial Revival, Vernacular Colonial Revival|
|NRHP reference #||91000692|
|Added to NRHP||June 5, 1991|
The Carlton House is a historic house located at 434 South Lakeshore Drive in Lake Village, Arkansas.
Description and history
The two-story, Colonial Revival style house was designed by local architect Albert G. Simms and constructed in 1906. The central facade has a large central projection with a gabled roof. This section is fronted by a porch with a low pitch hip roof, which continues around the sides of the projection, and is supported by simple Colonial Revival columns. The projecting section's gable end hangs over a recessed second floor porch area that has a low railing, that also has a flush polygonal bay section that is continued on the first floor, where the main entrance is located. The house is one of a small number of surviving Colonial Revival houses from an era when Lake Village was developed as a resort area.
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