An important architectural legacy has evolved along Town Branch Creek that forms the low-lying basin just NE of Bentonville. The southern portion of this area was chosen by Sam Walton as the location for a new home designed E. Fay Jones. Decades later Moshe Safdie designed Crystal Bridges damming the creek to form a larger reservoir that the museum's pavilions flank. Between the Walton House and the museum is the Bachman-Wilson house, designed by Frank LLoyd Wright. This site is perched on a ridge overlooking Town Branch Creek at the northern edge of the Downtown Intensification Priority Area as defined by the City of Bentonville master plan. Slaughter Pen Trails run within feet of the eastern boundary and provide immediate access for extension onto the site. Property is currently zoned Medium Density Residential (DN-2), and can potentially be zoned to a Planned Residential Development / Multifamily - Apartments (PRD). 350+' major arterial frontage along Tiger Blvd. No tear down required.
Listing courtesy of Beaver Lake Realty Inc..