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Tuesday, August 16, 2011

House hunting in Fayetteville?

Posted By on Tue, Aug 16, 2011 at 10:10 AM


Here's a new $14 million listing in Fayetteville, a little dear even for a football coach.

Joan and Bruce Johnson put their Arkansas castle on the market two weeks ago and are hoping to sell it to someone who can appreciate all of its intricate architectural detail.

Not only did they build the castle as an investment, but also as a way to showcase White River Hardwoods, an embellished hardwood moldings and hard carved woodcarvings business they founded in the mid-70s.

It's apparently known as Dromborg Castle. And make that price $14,300,000.

SPEAKING OF BIG SPREADS IN FAYETTEVILLE: Seems like maybe this space could be married with other plans underway, described in the Fayetteville Flyer, for an apparent museum commemorating Bruce Lee, the chopsockey movie star.

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