Lovells Restructure Queen Anne Mansion in $10 Million Effort to Stabilize its Future

by Rob Keys  on Monday, Oct. 29, 2012 11:51 am  

The Queen Anne promises partners five-star accommodations and amenities. While the architecture and décor reflect a bygone time, there are modern luxuries like flatscreen TVs, chef and spa services, a media room and courtyard bar.

Services will be provided by a professional staff, including an onsite manager, who will reside in the bottom half of the adjacent Kelley House.

“It will be like having a fully staffed second home,” Lata Lovell said.

Disick visited the Queen Anne after meeting the Lovells and said it is a one-of-a-kind property.

“When I first walked in,” he said, “I had one word and that word was, ‘Wow.’”

Disick also said the growth of Northwest Arkansas, including the opening of Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art, makes the Queen Anne an appealing option for those interested in fractional ownership.

“It’s an area that’s coming of age, and that’s what makes Eureka Springs an exciting venue for a project like this,” Disick said.

Perhaps more than that, though, Disick said those who purchase partnerships will benefit from the Lovells’ investments of time and money.

“The Queen Anne has been a labor of love for the Lovells, and you’re going to feel that as you go through it,” he said.

 

 

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