Oscar Crow House

Oscar Crow House

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The Oscar Crow House is a historic house at 404 Washington Street in Star City, Arkansas. The single story wood-frame house was built in 1929 by Robert and Doug Verdue for Oscar Crow, owner of a local drug store. The Craftsman style house resembles a shotgun house, but does not exactly follow that form, because its rooms do not progress linearly from the front. The front of the house has a recessed porch supported by box columns, with a vent placed in the gable-end pediment. The front entry is flanked by three-over-one sash windows. The north elevation has four three-over-one windows that are irregularly spaced, and the south side has two such windows, also irregularly spaced. The rear of the house also has a recessed porch. Exposed rafters decorate the roof line.

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