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OPULENT QUEEN ANNE ESTATE LISTED FOR SALE FOR $6.9 MILLION

Asking Price:

jmm_5548$6.9 Million

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BROCHURE

Presented By:

Hank Kelley SIOR
hkelley@flakeandkelley.com
(501) 244-7503

Jim Dailey
jdailey@flakeandkelley.com
(501) 244-7520

Joey Dean
jdean@flakeandkelley.com
(501) 244-7527

The asymmetrical windows and stained glass patterns, stunning geometric layout, and a secret sunken garden define the Mansion’s footprint. The 12,000 square foot Queen Anne Mansion features original hand-tooled woodwork and finishes, seven master suites, and a resort-like pool and spa. The living area of the Mansion includes a Media Room, several Parlors, a Grand Dining Room, two State-of-the-Art Kitchens (one commercial Kitchen), and three Laundry Rooms.

The 2,500 square foot, fully restored 1888 Victorian Cottage, “Kelley House,” provides additional living quarters, a Business Office, a private Satori Concept Spa, a Finnish Sauna, a Manicure/Pedicure Salon and Steam Showers.

Sanctuary and privacy is assured by hand-forged solid steel entry gates with secured entry, a wrought iron fence, and stone walls.

This property is zoned commercial and will accommodate almost any use. Ideal for corporate retreats, business meetings, or quiet weekend getaways.

CULTURE – The Queen Anne Estate lies at the crossroads of Arkansas business, art, culture, history, and politics. Eureka Springs’ Historic District is one of America’s most desirable and livable small cities. This region is the headquarters for Walmart, Tyson Foods, JB Hunt, and many others. Dillards headquarters is a mere three hours away. Bentonville, Fayetteville, Springdale, and Rogers are about an hour’s drive down scenic Ozark forest lined roads. The Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art, Walton Center for the Arts, University of Arkansas, Thorncrown Chapel, and the Arkansas Music Pavilion (Walmart AMP) can all be found close by.

“Imagine traveling to the decadent 1800’s with all of the modern amenities of the 21st century. An opportunity to own such an estate does not come often, as evidenced by the fact that The Queen Anne Mansion has had only six owners in its 125-year history.” Jim Dailey, Partner at Flake & Kelley Commercial, and one of the listing agents representing the owners of this estate.

For more information, please contact:exterior3-for-website

Hank Kelley SIOR
(501) 244-7503
Jim Dailey
(501) 244-7520
Joey Dean
(501) 244-7527

Centerton Property Purchased With Apartments Planned

 

by Arkansas Business Staff on Monday, Oct. 3, 2016 12:00 amJordan Jeter

A 250-unit apartment complex is planned in Centerton after a $2.2 million land purchase.

Can-Ark Diamond Centerton, led by Rich Richardson, bought 20 acres southwest of the intersection of East Centerton Boulevard and Greenhouse Road. Centerton Commerce Park LLC, led by James von Gremp, was the seller.

Jordan Jeter, apartner at Flake & Kelley Commercial Northwest, represented both parties in the acquisition, which just recently closed. Richardson, a builder and developer, is getting approval through the city for the large-scale development.

“It’s a phenomenal location,” Jeter said. “You couldn’t pick a better spot. It’s pretty prime property. We need more multi-family.”

Jeter said the area is a hot one because a Starbucks recently opened at the southeast corner of the intersection and two lots just north of the apartment complex site are under contract. The two lots, Jeter said, are scheduled to become a Taco Bell and a First Security Bank.

Jeter said he has four more lots adjacent to the apartment complex site and one has already received an offer from a restaurant.

Tacos 4 Life Coming to Shackleford Crossings

Flake & Kelley Commercial is pleased to announce Tacos 4 Life will be joining Shackleford Crossings Shopping Center in Little Rock.

Tacos 4 Life, currently located in Conway and Fayetteville, purchased the last outparcel at Shackleford Crossings. The 3,800 square foot restaurant will include a drive-thru and outdoor patio on their one acre lot.

Tacos 4 Life was represented by Josh Brown and Nathan Eller of Haag-Brown while Hank Kelley, Eric Varner, Brooke Miller, and Cynthia Lu of Flake & Kelley Commercial represented the Seller.

For every meal sold in their restaurant, Tacos 4 Life donates funds for a meal through Feed My Starving Children. These meals are currently being sent to starving children across Swaziland, Africa, and Honduras.

Five of the restaurants currently located at Shackleford Crossings have been ranked among the top 25 restaurants in sales for Little Rock. Flake & Kelley Commercial believes Tacos 4 Life will be a wonderful addition.

Nation’s largest Pet Retail Franchise Fetches First Site in Arkansas

Flake & Kelley Commercial is pleased to announce Arkansas’ first Pet Supplies Plus store coming soon.

The new store will be joining other national tenants like Ross and Burlington at the Pleasant Crossing Commons in Rogers. Located at Pleasant Crossing Road and I-49, the retail center is positioned in one of the fastest growing trade areas in Arkansas.

Pet Supplies Plus will occupy 7,500 SF of end cap space near a high performing Walmart Supercenter.

The area’s demographics and high traffic volume were both important factors to the site selection process.

Flake & Kelley Commercial Agents, Hank Kelley and Cynthia Lu, along with Bialow Real Estate out of Boston represented the pet food & supplies chain in this transaction.

Pet Supplies Plus is the nation’s largest pet retail franchise and the third largest pet food and supplies chain. They brand themselves as America’s Neighborhood Pet Store and were founded in 1988. The Michigan based company is rapidly expanding and currently boasts over 300 locations in 25 states.

Keeping Fayetteville Funky – The Sunkissed Wanderess

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I won’t lie – I never gave Arkansas two thoughts before I moved to Fayetteville in 2014. The only time I ever heard anything about the state was from proud Arkansans, who I went to Baker University with. Ethan and Evan – take this as my official apology for not believing you when you told me Arkansas was a mini oasis in the United States. I won’t ever doubt you again!

Funky.

Energizing.

Eccentric.

Fresh.

These words only partly describe to you a sense of what the city of Fayetteville is truly like, but one thing is for sure – it has never disappointed me. The city itself is a rapidly growing college town, so it’s persona changes periodically with the seasons. In Autumn, you can feel the excitement of thousands of incoming students becoming acquainted with the city, ready to begin the fall semester. For most here, the beginning of the school year represents one thing – Arkansas football. Now if you’re geographically challenged, Arkansas is located in the South and the only thing that Southerns love more than Jesus, BBQ and sweet tea is SEC football. So if there is one piece of advice I can give any newcomer to the area during football season – DO NOT LEAVE YOUR HOUSE ON A GAMEDAY. Just don’t.

In Winter, the Fayetteville Square illuminates with thousands of Christmas lights and sleigh rides. In the Spring, hikers are out in full bloom experiencing nature in the beautiful Ozarks. There is a reason that Fayetteville was recently named the 3rd best place to live in the USA by the US News and World Report. I mean – who doesn’t want to live in an active, supportive community?

For the past two years, I’ve tried to explain to my friends and family why Fayetteville holds such a vital place in my heart. I don’t think I can ever adequately describe how and why this college town turned me into the happiest I’ve ever been, but I will never stop trying to explain its Southern charm. For those of you who have expressed interest in experiencing Fayetteville for themselves, here is a list of my favorite stores, restaurants, and attractions located in the Fayetteville city limits.

1. Fayettechill

Created by a former University of Arkansas graduate, Fayettechill is easily one of the most widely known brands coming out of Fayetteville. The company caters its outdoor products to the adventure junkie, vagabonding, nature-loving enthusiasts of the world. I personally love the brand because of its engagement with the community as a whole. Whether its a trip to Yellow Rock trail for sunrise yoga or a group bike ride down one of Fayetteville’s many trails, Fayettechill is always looking to spread their positive vibes across the city. You can find one of their essential t-shirts, Kammoks, or hats at the Basecamp store on Dickson Street, the Smokehouse near Mt. Kessler, or online. If you decide to follow their Instagram page, be prepared to fall in love with all of the beauty the Natural State has to offer.

2. Arsaga’s Coffee Roasters

If you’re ever in town and looking for a local coffee shop to fulfill your needs, look no further than Arsaga’s Coffee Roasters. While the business boasts several locations around town, my favorite go-to spot is the Depot located right off the Frisco Trail and Dickson Street. This location is known for their sweet and savory crepes, live music, and thirst quenching drinks. In the mood for toast instead? Visit their newest spot at the corner of Church & Center for a taste of their homemade sourdough toast variations.

3. Dickson Street Books

Looking for a good book to read this summer? Do you enjoy spending long walks through a maze of bookshelves? Or love the smell of dusty old books? Go visit Dickson Street Books for the best and most versatile selection of used books in the heart of Fayetteville. Whether you’re a history nut, a sci-fi addict, or enjoy the Classics, this store will not disappoint. Be sure to give yourself plenty of time to browse through the shelves when you stop by!

4. Fayetteville Farmer’s Market

If you’re a veggie lover like me, more than likely, your Saturday mornings will be spent at the award winning Fayetteville Farmer’s Market. Voted Favorite Large Farmers Market in 2012 and voted #5 in the nation in the 2011 American Farmland Trust’s America’s Favorite Farmers Market Contest, this weekly event is a favorite amongst thousands of locals every April through November. If you’re a fan of fresh produce and flowers and want to support your local farmers, stop by and interact with this lively bunch.

5. Alchemy Macarons and Tea

If you have a sweet tooth while shopping around Town Square, go check out the new dessert boutique, Alchemy, for the best French macarons in town. Make sure to get there early though, this popular spot sells out of their delicious macarons quickly on a daily basis. FYI – their fine teas are as good as their sweet treats! Try the ginger peach green tea and the lemon or honey lavender macarons for a summer treat worth every penny.

6. Mount Kessler Greenways

The Fayetteville community certainly embraces living amongst the Ozark mountains through the beautiful trails located throughout the city. One of my personal favorites, based on the foliage and scenic views, runs though Mount Kessler right off MLK Boulevard. This easily accessible trail boasts more than 1,500 acres of forest within Fayetteville’s city limits. This trail in particular is a popular route for many mountain bikers and trail runners in the area. Be sure to schedule a hike up Mt Kessler in the Fall to see the beautiful leaves turn amber.

7. Lake Fayetteville

Lake Fayetteville provides local families with countless outdoor activities. Whether you’re interested in playing sand volleyball at Veterans Park, want to take a shot at Frisbee golf, or decide to challenge yourself with running or biking the 6 miles around the lake; Lake Fayetteville is a popular destination for the outdoor and fitness lovers of the community. If you’re an early bird like myself, put it on your bucket list to wake up and watch the sunrise over the lake for views that don’t disappoint.

8. Mount Sequoyah Overlook

What I can only imagine has been the location for many high school dates or the best spot for romantic marriage proposals; the overlook at Mount Sequoyah is a hidden gem that grants full views of the city. You’re not a true member of the Fayetteville community until you capture a breathtaking photo of the sun setting behind the mountains in the distance.

9. George’s Majestic Lounge

George’s Majestic Lounge is one of the longtime music venues located on Dickson Street. It’s unique charm has brought in talented musicians from the local and national stage for over 40 years. Whether it’s Dirks Bentley or Fitz and the Tantrums, there is no artist too big or small to hit their stage. As the oldest and longest-running club in Arkansas, you can always count on George’s for great live music.

10. The University of Arkansas

Now I might be a little biased, but the University of Arkansas is undoubtedly the main attraction in Fayetteville. Founded in 1871, the U of A continually boasts the Carnegie Foundation’s highest research classification among U.S universities. When you visit campus, be sure to snap shots of the iconic Old Main, the newly renovated Chi Omega Greek Theatre, the Fulbright Peace Fountain, and of course the Donald W. Reynolds Razorback Stadium.

The University of Arkansas is also home to over 1,500 international students from over 113 countries. If you’re an international student looking for a place to study in the U.S, please seek out guidance from the Office of International Admissions for any questions you may have. The staff is highly knowledgeable and caters greatly to the needs of their international students.

If there is one piece of advice I can give – don’t judge any city before you get there. You never know how charming it may be.

Other notable places around town:

Hammontree’s Gourmet Grilled Cheese – http://hammontreesgourmet.com/

Savoy Tea Company – http://savoytea.com/

Riffraff – http://shopriffraff.com/

Puritan Brew Co – http://puritancoffeebeer.com/

Little Bread Company – http://www.littlebread.com/

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