A historic home built in the 1860s that once belonged to famed artist Franklin Booth is for sale along Range Line Road in Carmel.
Booth was renowned for detailed pen-and-ink illustrations. He grew up in Carmel and died in 1948. He created book illustrations for famous authors such as James Whitcomb Riley. He also designed posters during World War I that were used for recruitment, fundraising and other efforts. He also co-founded the Phoenix Art Institute.
The two-story house has four bedrooms and three bathrooms with more than 2,600 square feet of space. The property, at 321 N. Range Line Rd., is listed on Zillow for $499,000.