The Arnold Farmstead was a historic farmstead near McRae and Maple Streets in Searcy, Arkansas. The farmstead included a Craftsman-style main house and a collection of outbuildings consisting of a chicken coop, privy, well house, and fruit cellar. The house was a 1-1/2 story wood frame structure that was roughly T-shaped with additions. The south-facing front was sheltered by a full-width porch, which wrapped around the west side. Although suburban residences have encroached on its formerly rural setting, the complex of buildings, dating to the 1920s, was remarkably well-preserved.