main floor Layout

The Porch
The Grand Staircase
The Parlor
The Natural Room
The Dining Room

Lower Level Layout

The Porch
The Grand Staircase
The Parlor
The Natural Room
The Dining Room

The grand staircase

Swing open the front door to a spiral showstopper. The stately semi-circular staircase was designed and crafted in New Orleans in 1925, then transported via train to its forever home at Edgewood. Adorned in luxurious wood paneling and trim, suspended between the parlor and the foyer, creating a separation of the spaces while keeping the downstairs feeling open. The original butler’s pantry is directly behind the staircase and has been reimagined as the bar. Grab a drink and keep exploring!

The porch

Welcome to 201 Edgewood. As Southern as sweet tea, the rambling front porch entices guests to linger outside and soak up the views of Hot Springs National Park. The porch features covered and uncovered entertaining space, and wraps around the entire parlor.

The parlor

Outlined by the wrap-around porch, the parlor is anchored by an Arts and Crafts-style glazed brick fireplace surround and hearth. Flanking the fireplace are original built-in window seats cushioned in emerald velvet. The refined space conceals a secret passage to the basement - a useful amenity during the Prohibition-era. Perhaps. I’ve said too much.

The Natural Room

A significant expansion of Edgewood in 1959 created the side wing we now call the Natural Room, located just off the foyer. Featuring abundant windows and a textural stone fireplace wall, this hall offers the flexibility for an indoor ceremony, buffet stations, dance floor; whatever your dreams demand.

The Dining Room

Edgewood’s formal dining room provides main-floor space for seated dinners, buffet, cocktail-hour mingling, lounge seating, and more.

The porch

Welcome to Edgewood. The entrance to house greets you with a staircase leading up to a wrap-around porch begging you to enter the historic front door. The porch offers both covered and open-air seating with classic terracotta To the right to the foyer are classic French doors the open to the spectacular Natural Room. With its abundant light and textural stone wall, this room offers the flexibility of an indoor ceremony, buffet room, dance floor, or whatever your mind dreams up. flooring. Turn to your left and you'll see stunning National Park views, perfect for photos of your event.

The grand staircase

Swing open the door to a spiral showstopper. The original staircase from 1925 anchors the entrance to the house. Located between the Parlor and the Foyer, it acts as a divider while still keeping the downstairs open. Under the staircase is the bar, which is the perfect place to keep guests from cluttering the main areas of the room.

The parlor

What screams Prohibition Era better than a secret passage? The Parlor can be used as an additional flex space, but with a hidden twist. Somewhere in this area is a hidden entrance to the basement below used to smuggle guests during a police raid. Can you find it?

The Natural Room

To the right to the foyer are classic French doors the open to the spectacular Natural Room. With it's abundant light and textural stone wall, this room offers the flexibility of an indoor ceremony, buffet room, dance floor, or whatever your mind dreams up.

The Dining Room

To the right to the foyer are classic French doors the open to the spectacular Natural Room. With it's abundant light and textural stone wall, this room offers the flexibility of an indoor ceremony, buffet room, dance floor, or whatever your mind dreams up.

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