This remarkable, premier home was built in 1905 by Frank A. Carpenter. It is said that Mr. Carpenter was a student of the great American Architect, Frank Lloyd Wright. The property proudly sits on .5 of an acre in the heart of town, blocks away from a bustling town square. It is said that the home has 18 inch thick cement walls and floors bound together precisely with rebar. The property is thought to have held 3 families throughout the years and was known for awhile as the fine arts center. The Bell family, who is the current family, purchased the home in 1999 and took years restoring it's beauty. All the while, maintaining it's originality and preserving it's history. Only a few minor changes have been made to it's structure while encapsulating the rest of it's history in it's revitalized presence. The home boasts beautiful hard woods, immaculate details, and fine, custom built in storage throughout the entire home. The courtyards are breathtaking with each brick hand laid.