Situated on Mt. Sequoyah with views of town and the University of Arkansas, my home has been updated over the last seven years of my eleven-year ownership. The home was constructed from reclaimed brick from the Town Square's Washington Hotel for the first president of the Fayetteville Chamber of Commerce. The large cement front porch stretches across nearly the entire front of the house, and looks out over the spacious front yard. From the double garage there is a carpeted storage room, then a large combination laundry, workshop, exercise room. Off of the laundry room is a tile-floor Florida room with views of the wooded backyard and the water feature, and is separated from the dining room by French doors and retractable screens. The storage, laundry and Florida rooms are not included in total square footage because they are not on the central air/heat system. The dining room has cherry hardwood flooring reminiscent of boat decking. The kitchen has granite countertops, tile backsplash, plenty of cabinets, a Bosch dishwasher, Kenmore refrigerator and GE appliances. The tile-floored main bathroom has a large, glass, walk-in shower, large jetted tub, double sink, chair-height, fast-flush toilet, and carpeted linen closet. The tile-floored master bathroom has a glass shower, single sink, and chair-height, fast-flush toilet. Both bathrooms have heaters and vents in the ceiling-mounted light fixtures. Two of the three bedrooms have large closets with two storage drawers on the floor of each. The master bedroom has two large closets, one with two storage drawers on the floor, and the other closet is suitable for hanging long garments and is deep enough to hang an additional clothing bar. The windows in the home have double-paned, Pella crank out windows with Duetta-style blinds built in. The home has two fireplaces each with its own flue; one in the living room with gas logs, and a woodburning fireplace with gas starter in the dining room. Pocket doors separate the dining room and kitchen from the living room and entry, respectively. The dining room and kitchen have skylights. The bedrooms and the dining room have ceiling fans. The floor has been insulated throughout the house, which sits on a crawlspace. The home has a security system featuring glass-break and fire detection. Motion sensor lights are located over the garage door as well as the front door of the home. There is a single-car parking pad next to the garage, and a large turnaround area in the driveway. The home is on a drive that leads up to Skyline Drive -a loop that circles The Mt. Sequoyah Methodist Assembly Center. The lot on which the home sits extends from Assembly Drive on the southwest side (the front) to Sequoyah Drive on the east side (the back). Residents of this neighborhood have the opportunity of purchasing a pool pass from the Center during the summer months. Skyline Drive itself provides a nice area for walking, running or biking, with expansive views of downtown Fayetteville. Fayetteville's Town Square with its Farmers Market and shops is approximately a one-mile walk from Assembly Drive. Dickson Street with its restaurants and Walton Arts Center, is accessed within that one-mile walk.
For Sale By Owner Home Prices for Fayetteville, Arkansas 72701