Fayetteville developer Ted Belden is now the owner of a historic Fay Jones-designed home.
Belden, through his revocable trust, spent $1.48 million for the Joe Marsh Clark Home on Mount Sequoyah in Fayetteville. Fay Jones, the celebrated architect, designed the home in 1959 and it was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 2020.
In 1964, House Beautiful magazine called the home a “magnificent space on a magnificent site.”
The home was the original home of Joe Marsh Clark and his wife, Maxine. Clark, a geologist, was a founding member of the Ozark Society.
Belden bought the home from A. Thomas and Jill King through the couple’s trusts.
The Kings had acquired the home for $600,000 in 2008.