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The Tom Watkins House is a historic house at Oak and Race Streets in Searcy, Arkansas. It is a two-story brick structure, with a cross-gabled tile roof and a concrete foundation. A porch extends across part of the front and beyond the left side, forming a carport. The main roof and porch roof both feature exposed rafter tails in the Craftsman style, and there are small triangular brackets in the gable ends. The house, a fine local example of Craftsman architecture, was built about 1920 to a design by Charles L. Thompson.
The Watkins House is a historic house at 1208 East Race Street in Searcy, Arkansas. It is a two-story wood frame structure, with a side gambrel roof and original stucco exterior. A single-story ell extends to the left, and a similarly-sized carport extends to the right. The gambrel nature of the roof is somewhat obscured by the large shed-roof dormer that extends across most of the front. Built 1919-20, it is one of a small number of Colonial Revival houses in the community.
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