Built about 1870 by David McKibben, this elaborate Victorian Renaissance home was bought in 1878 by Mrs. Susan Bonneville, widow of General Benjamin Bonneville, one-time commander at the Fort Smith Post. Although he never lived here, his wife stayed in the house until her death many years later. The house was fully restored in 1962. Available for special events, weddings, receptions, luncheons; two large rooms downstairs, private dressing and meeting rooms upstairs, a grand staircase and a spacious patio and gazebo outside. GROUPS: group tours by appointment
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