951 PEMBROKE ROAD Fayetteville Arkansas 72701

951 North Pembroke Avenue, Fayetteville, AR
1964-65 Glenn Clark historic home
Contact: Patrick Storms

3 Bed | 3 Bath | 2642 SqFt | Historic Fay Jones | Award Winning Landscape.  

A rare opportunity to own a strikingly beautiful home on Mt. Sequoyah, designed by the master architect Fay Jones and set within an award-winning garden. The 2,642-square-foot brick house includes 3 bedrooms, 3.5 baths, a formal dining room, a great room with cathedral ceiling and hearth, and a stunning entryway. Fay Jones’s signature design is found throughout, in the geometric patterns on windows and doors, cove lighting, the many built-in cabinets and bookshelves, and the home’s connection to its environment.  Separating the 812-square-foot garage is a 2 vehicle carport and storage room all under one continual roofline.

Living area includes:
·        Three bedrooms, two with their own bathrooms. All have built-in closets, and the master bedroom has a dressing area.
·        Three full baths with walk-in showers.
·        27 x 33 great room at the center of the house with cathedral ceiling, floor-to-ceiling glass windows, French doors, and a large hearth with skylight.
·        Kitchen with built-in cabinets, lots of counter space, and an 8 x 9 pantry.  Eye-level windows with folding shutters provide a complete view of the front garden.
·        Dining room with French doors, built-in chandelier, and view of the rear tree canopy patio.
·        Grand entryway with double entry doors, brick paving, and side windows.
Other areas include:
·        Adjacent garage with 220 electrical outlets, lighting, skylights, gas heat, half bath, and industrial garage doors, built in 2002 by Fay Jones’s firm to be consistent with original design.
·        153-square-foot storage room opening to large carport.
·        20 x 20 and 30 x 30 basement areas with rear windows for convenient storage.
Landscape and exterior space includes:
·        Extensive front native habitat garden with paths and rockwork, watering system. Garden has been a focus of 2 garden tours and the “2015 Sustainable Landscape Award” from the City of Fayetteville.
·        Aggregate patio with architectural railing looks onto oak and hickory woods to the rear.
·        Lighted brick steps and walls, creating visible entry levels in front and back of house.
Roof overhangs with lighting covers walkways along the house exterior.

The Owners’ View:
Fay Jones’s architectural work is a joy to live in; a place that is about creative layers of form and space.  Designed with organized geometry, its plans are developed over a grid that links ceiling and wall design into patterns of woodwork that divides white planes overhead.  The roof is supported with flitch beams, columns of brick, and window frames.  In each room are elements that are a reminder of the whole design: cabinets are built alike in kitchen, dining room, bedrooms, hallways and the living room. Everywhere, windows and doors show the same pattern, reminding one of a tree branch.  The building’s unity is like a piece of classical music, giving a sense of harmony and peace.
The relationship between indoor and outdoor space results in a feeling of living in nature through viewing into the woods and looking down from a treetop patio.  From the interior, one is always aware of the morning sun, the wind in the trees, the green of native plants, and the shape of the hillside held back by walls and steps.  Earth, trees, and sky are always apparent 

Contact: Patrick Storms

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