Perched right next to Palmer Park on S. Carrollton Avenue, this 1922 "Prairie/Craftsman home in the style of Frank Lloyd Wright" with a rather impressive porch made the Historic District Landmarks Commission list of landmarks in 1986. According to the listing, the four-bedroom, three-and-a-half bath house has oak strip floors, a master bedroom with a separate sitting area, an office overlooking the park, and a butler's pantry off of the kitchen. The 3,722-square-foot spread, known as the Nix-Arensman House, also comes with an inground pool and spa, a guesthouse/cabana set-up, and a covered backyard entertainment area. On the market for the first time since 1996 (when it sold for $220,000), it's now asking $825,000. Fun fact: This is the former home of Salvatore Panzeca, a local attorney who helped defend Clay Shaw when he was indicted in 1967 on charges of conspiring to assassinate President John F. Kennedy.
· Listing: 2140 S. Carrollton Ave. [realtor.com]