Video: Fay Jones' Riley House - Eldorado, AR

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DavidC
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Video: Fay Jones' Riley House - Eldorado, AR

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Roderick Grant
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Cannot say I am very impressed with this house, butcha can't win 'em all.

At 1:13 is an original brick fireplace in the living room; at 4:52, in a room with a huge bath tub, is a stone fireplace. Obviously an owner has done some unfortunate work on the house. Also the stone and tile in the kitchen looks awful.

SDR
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The master suite pavilion, with centered and top-lighted bedroom, is interesting . . .

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Post by DRN »

The master suite pavilion looks like an addition to me....the tub room is a separate structure in the yard set at an angle to the house. The kitchen cabinet replacement is unfortunate.
These accretions aside, the house looks to be a very well designed Jones effort at a relatively modest budget. I still am of the opinion that all of his houses were good.

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