Versatile Fayetteville property offers easy access to downtown
August 12th, 2012 at 5:57 am | Type:
Building includes four off-street parking spaces
BY PATRICIA SMITH
Situated within walking distance of Dickson Street, the Fayetteville Square and the University of Arkansas, 311 W. Spring St. is ideally positioned to serve as an office, business or residence.
Co-listed by Lindsey & Associates agents Kathy Ball and Holly Daniels for $299,000, the 1,780-square-foot house has four off-street parking spaces and is well shaded by mature trees.
Open house is 2-4 p.m. today.
Rebuilt in 1996 on the original foundation, it has most recently been used as an office but could serve as a multiuse residence/ office or retail business. Currently vacant, it has been leased for $1,500 a month for the last 15 years.
Accented with sidelights, the glass front door opens off the covered front porch into a large foyer with tile flooring. The first floor has three spacious rooms with large windows, a half bath and a kitchenette with a dining bar along one wall.
On the upper level, a built-in desk stands in one corner of an open bonus area at the top of the stairs. A full bath lies between the level’s two spacious rooms, each of which have French doors that open out onto balconies. The full bath includes a corner shower and glass-front built-in cabinet.
All rooms are wired for high-speed Internet with an interoffice network. The building also has a ramp that leads to the front porch and a handicapped-accessible half bath on the main level.
Private showings can be arranged by calling Lindsey & Associates agents Kathy Ball at (479) 530-3040 or Holly Daniels at (479) 466-3900.
From Interstate 540, take exit 64 and head east on Wedington Drive. Continue onto North Street and follow for about one mile. Turn right onto College Avenue/U.S. 71 Busi- ness and follow for almost one mile. Turn right onto Dickson Street, left onto School Avenue and left onto Spring Street.
A long hallway stretches from the foyer to an archway that leads into a spacious great room that unites the living room, kitchen and dining room into one grand space that is built for entertaining.
A stone gas-log fireplace rises from the hardwood floor to the soaring vaulted ceiling to anchor one corner of the living space. Two oversized windows with transom accents flank a set of doors that open out onto a covered patio.
Under pendant lights, a center island with a prep sink doubles as a dining bar and marks the transition into the kitchen. Other notable features include granite counter- tops, stainless steel appliances, a walk-in pantry and shaker-style alder cabinets. Just off the kitchen, an elegant open dining room lies under a tray ceiling and includes a built-in dry bar.
Separated from the other bedrooms for privacy, the master suite has a tray ceiling, recessed lighting and large windows that fill the space with natural light. A vaulted ceil- ing adds to the airy atmosphere in the master bath, which has a corner-set jetted tub, double vanity and a walk-in tiled shower. The walk-in closet is filled with built-ins.
Upstairs, the media room includes a tray ceiling and a window nook. Additional amenities include home audio
in all major rooms, a security system, a three- car attached garage and a mud room with storage cubbies.
Private showings can be arranged by calling Heather Campbell of Weichert Realtors-The Griffin Company at (479) 366-3026.
From Interstate 540, take exit 85 and head west on Arkansas 12/Walton Boulevard. Continue on Arkansas 12 as it becomes SW Regional Airport Boulevard. Enter the Ox- ford Ridge subdivision by turning left onto Banbury Drive. Turn right on Gosford Av- enue and left on Barton Street. The house is on the northwest corner of the intersection of Barton and Hayfield Drive.
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