You are literally in the middle of everything in this hard-to-find 5 bedroom, 3 bath home; room for yourself, your kids, your pets, and all of their friends (or yours!)
Configured to provide plenty of space. Downstairs are a master bed/bath and two smaller bedrooms/hall bath. The original formal front room combines with the original “family room/den” to provide a large, comfortable living area with a fireplace downstairs, opening on to the dining and kitchen area.
Upstairs, two large bedrooms located at opposite ends of the home, separated by a ~500 sq. ft. bonus room, along with the third bathroom.
Brand-new Berber carpet in all 5 bedrooms; wood, cork and tile flooring in all other rooms. 3 of the bedrooms, upstairs and downstairs living areas, and garage all freshly painted in neutral colors.
The kitchen was fully renovated in 2009, with quartz stone countertops, updated cabinetry, hardware and plumbing, glass tile backsplash, European drawer slides and excellent quality gas range/double oven. The utility room, at the base of the stairs has a large window for natural light. Appliances convey if desired. Gas heating, electric cooling. Completely new heating system installed in 2012.
Outdoors you will find mature trees, landscape beds/borders ready for your vision, and a scored concrete patio. The back lawn has a French drain system installed, and was professionally leveled and sodded last summer, providing a nice flat lawn for younger children to play. The street itself is a wonderful mix of retirees/empty nesters and younger families, drawn by the proximity to everything that makes Fayetteville one of the top places to raise children.
The home is literally moments from groceries (including the new Whole Foods, coming Fall of 2015!), restaurants, pharmacy, movie theatre, craft store, office supplies, services – pretty much anything you need you can be there in 5 minutes – some are even in walking distance. And yet, you are on a safe secondary street (not a cut-through) where children ride their bikes up and down. Older elementary children typically walk or bike to school.
If you have been shopping for a 5 bedroom home in Fayetteville, you already know there are only a handful at an affordable per square foot price point, and those often need major updates. Homes of this size in the outlying, newer subdivisions list for a much higher sq. foot price.
This home was last purchased in 2006 for over 310K and many improvements were undertaken in the intervening time. It is in a stable owner-occupied neighborhood in which several houses have been completely renovated and flipped in the last 12-24 months, as these houses are solidly constructed and built to last.
For Sale By Owner Home Prices for Fayetteville, Arkansas 72703