The Green Valley Homestead near Salem in Fulton County is one of 10 Arkansas properties to be listed on the National Register of Historic Places, the nation’s official list of historically significant properties.
The Green Valley Homestead is an ensemble of log buildings constructed between 1936 and 1943. The Green Valley Homestead is an excellent example of an intact Rustic-style farmstead designed and built during the 1930s and 1940s in rural Fulton County.
The Green Valley Homestead / Image via ArkansasPreservation.com
The farmstead includes the main residence (Green House), a privy, a root cellar, a carriage house (garage and workshop), a stone chicken coop, and a large barn as well as several stone site features including a fire pit, retaining walls, and patios.
Construction on the farmstead started in 1936 under the direction of the Green family, Mr. Glenn “Tom” Bernard Green and his wife, Mrs. Inez Green, and continued through 1943 when the stone chicken coop was completed.
For more information about the Green Valley Homestead and its history, read the property’s Nation Register of Historic Places form by clicking here.
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