60 acre homestead in the scenic Ross Prairie area just south of Fayetteville. Constructed in 1921 the sturdy, time-capsuled home has been maintained and preserved. A center hall entrance, high ceilings, shiplap walls, beadboard wainscoting and five-panel interior doors are all typical features of the times. The exterior consists of clapboard siding, a steel roof, pier and beam foundation on a concrete beam, two screened porches. Multiple vintage outbuildings. Paved road frontage, ag exemption, stock pond.