The Pritchard house in the Mount Nord Historic District / Photo: Wikipedia
Mark your calendar, history buffs.
The Department of Arkansas Heritage, the Washington County Historical Society, and Arkansas Historic Preservation Program are teaming up for a tour of five historic Fayetteville buildings next month.
The groups will host a ‘Walks Through History Tour” of the Mount Nord Historic District, a group of five houses constructed between 1901 and 1925 in various architectural styles.
From the Facebook event:
Occupying a single hilltop block in Fayetteville, the Mount Nord Historic District features five buildings that record American “high-style” tastes in the early twentieth century. With construction dates ranging from around 1901 to 1925, the houses reflect the Classical Revival, Colonial Revival, Italianate and Beaux Arts styles of architecture.
Those interested in touring the property should be at the corner of West Mount Nord Street and North Mock Avenue in Fayetteville at 11 a.m. on Saturday, March 10. The tour is free to attend, and no tickets are required.