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Harry Rex Vonner
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Commentary? Single family NWA home







I might just live in a hammock on that 4th floor thingie (ETA: kidding, I hate it)
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Bet that's in Bentonville and listed at $899k


Harry Rex Vonner
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Bet that's in Bentonville and listed at $899k



hold that thought

the "lot" is less than 2200 sqft

the sqft of the house is 2600

the sqft of the house is more sqft than the lot


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$899k



$1.25 million


hope they don't have kids who'd like to climb a tree


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Holy frick, that's repulsive. I'm sure Cleeves and his liberal partner move in from somewhere out west or up North love the eclectic vibe that it gives.



Harry Rex Vonner
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spot on sir


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Porker Face
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$480/sf lol

And people still think $200/SF is pricy in Springdale


CauleyHog
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It is


oklahogjr
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I don't understand the joke. My wife's boyfriend said it looked awesome!


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JeffLebowski
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#NWAURBANLIFE


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Porker Face
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Not anymore. It's $195/SF in Farmington and $175in Prairie Grove


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Arkapigdiesel
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It's $195/SF in Farmington and $175in Prairie Grove

Is that for an in town style home with your typical .25 acre style lot?


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FayetteNAM
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Bet that's in Bentonville and listed at $899k


Building things like that all over Fayetteville too.


JeffLebowski
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People are taking form-based codes over the top and taking gentrification to the next level. All at the expense of the real estate market and character and context of the neighborhoods that most of these are being built in. I’m all for density and zero lot lines where it makes sense and to an extent, but people are going too far.


Razorback Reverend
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and I want 25 acres between me and my closest neighbor. And a 3000 Sq Foot home with garage not included in the footage, barn, shop, tractor, side by side, pond, etal...


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FayetteNAM
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gentrification to the next level.


It is literally all those poorer homes behind Penguin Ed’s on the S curve all the way to 6th street between CVS/Oreilly…

Then there is those new concrete looking things up Razorback road before you get to Baum.

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I’m all for density and zero lot lines where it makes sense and to an extent, but people are going too far.


Some are starting to look like SF row houses.
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The Sultan of Swine
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Ok unpopular opinion coming.

I live outside a fairly small town on a house with 10 acres now. That’s ideal to me. I wouldn’t mind having more but it’s enough to grow/raise/hunt whatever you want. Enough woods to separate from the neighbors. Definitely wouldn’t trade it for that house in the OP.

That said, if I was going to live in a compacted area - I would go for that style of house instead of a cookie cutter townhouse or something. Looks like it gets a lot of natural light. The amount of outdoor space is nice. Almost a third of the house is outdoors. That top floor deck would be as close as you’d come to outdoors privacy living in the city. Throw a grill up there, a beer fridge, and mount a TV and you’ve got a nice game day set up.

I get that it’s ugly. I hate modern architecture, especially on campuses. But functionally I could see it working.


boogiewoogie1978
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These homes are all over Denver as new developments. I personally like it. These houses are popping up all around Little Rock as well.


Harry Rex Vonner
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That top floor deck would be as close as you’d come to outdoors privacy living in the city



if you got boys, as soon as they turn 11 or 12, they're climbing on the roof from that thing

"don't play on the stairs" becomes "stay off the roof. No playing on the roof" which will cause them to want to do it even more

or even worse yet, you got kids who can't pull their damn nose out of their phone and not be adventurous at all


I realize I'm yelling at a cloud at this point


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OSqueal
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It's like 2 blocks away from WM HO


Old Sarge
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I guess I’m in the minority, I like it. But what moron builds that house without putting an elevator in it?


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