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Frank County Jail is a small, castellated stone building in Ozark, Arkansas. Set in a riverside location, the property was constructed in 1914 and due to both its stone exterior and crenellations, is similar in appearance to a small castle.
The property is on the National Register of Historic Places and is now a private commercial property – thought to be offices.
Franklin County Jail is a private, commercial property
209 W River St, Ozark, AR 72949
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