Centrally located in a growing region of northwest Arkansas, the Arbors at Deer Crossing supports a low-maintenance retirement for active adults aged 55 and better. This Bentonville neighborhood features a close-knit community atmosphere with 114 homes and a well-appointed clubhouse. Residents have a variety of on-site amenities to choose from with close proximity to shopping, dining, and culture, as well as access to nearby Fayetteville.
Epcon Communities started development on Arbors at Deer Crossing in 2007 and later turned it over to Burckart Construction, Inc. The property's European-style attached homes are available on both a new and resale basis for 55+ homebuyers. Buyers can choose from one of two popular Epcon floor plans, the Abbey and Canterbury, which range from 1,700 to 2,000 square feet with two or three bedrooms, two baths, and an attached, two-car garage.
The homes are ideal for empty nesters or others looking to downsize, simplify and have more time to pursue interests and hobbies. A monthly homeowners' association fee includes exterior building and driveway maintenance, landscaping, and garbage and snow removal.
A beautifully maintained clubhouse provides a thriving social hub for the community, whose members can take advantage of a catering kitchen and meeting rooms to host club events like billiards or cards, or they can entertain neighbors and friends in the barbecue area. The clubhouse also features a business center to help working residents stay productive, in addition to a fully equipped fitness room.
Beyond the fitness room, the Arbors at Deer Crossing provides numerous ways to stay active and healthy. An outdoor pool is ideal for lap or leisurely swimming, while a putting green offers a place for golfers to practice their short game. Homeowners can also play a friendly round or two on the shuffleboard courts or take a relaxing stroll around the picturesque neighborhood with its manicured landscaping, ponds and open sky.
The Arbors at Deer Crossing is also within convenient distance to several big-box retailers, including Kohl's, Lowe's and Sam's Club. The city of Bentonville offers additional shopping and dining and boasts cultural and culinary events, including a farmers market, during the summer months.
Residents are not far from I-49 and a 30-minute drive to Fayetteville, which is the third largest city in the state and home to the University of Arkansas. Visitors can stroll around the downtown shopping district or attend music and theater performances and sporting events. Outdoor activities are prominent in the region, with dozens of nearby golf courses and Hobbs State Park, which features trails, campgrounds, and a shooting range.
Active adults who'd like to simplify their lives but still make the most of this thriving northwest Arkansas corridor will find low-maintenance homes, small-town ambiance and plenty to see and do at the Arbors at Deer Crossing.