405 W. Central St. - (Circa 1900) - Flannery House was built by Vol Lindsey for his daughter. The home is in the Folk Victorian style. The house maintained the original clawfoot tub, and the living room still had the original fireplace until the house was torn down. The kitchen exhibited beadboard paneling, and there was a trap door in the floor which led to a space under the house. Hand forged nails were found from the original construction of the house. This home was part of the Bentonville West Central Avenue Historic District on the National Register of Historic Places and was torn down around April of 2016.
This is an image of the Flannery house before it was torn down in 2016
This is the house that has replaced the Flannery house