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The latest offering from Flyer Homes is looking for ways to accurately describe itself without using the word “quirky.” It’s unexpected. It’s unconventional and unique. It’s eccentric but still functional. It’s func-centric!

Ladies and gentlemen, feast your eyes on 1062 N. Valley View Drive.

Price: $275,000
Beds: 4
Baths: 3.5
Sq Ft: 2,850
Built: 1988
Exterior features: Huge two-level deck, quiet setting
Interior features: Many updates, two master suites
Set up a showing: Call 479-601-5453.

The current owners are cool, creative types and they have done some cool and creative things to the place. The house screams Fayetteville. And for every eccentricity, there is a functional feature to balance it out.

Take the kitchen, for example. Eccentric: Fire engine red cabinets, Impervicote steel countertops, funky lighting and a stylish backsplash. Functional: A sink.

Admittedly, the kitchen is one of the more eccentric parts of the house. But it also has a nice pantry, natural slate floors and it opens up to an informal dining area which in turn opens to the spacious entryway and large living room. Newly-refinished hardwoods underfoot and light, neutral colors surrounding you, the living room also features a gas fireplace and a sweet built-in bar area.

French doors lead out back to one of the nicest features of the house. The multi-level deck and patio area says “If you don’t start using me for entertaining soon, you might just wake up one morning and I’ll be outta here.” There’s not a ton of yard space behind the house, but the yard backs right up to the community tennis court with direct access to the community pool. So deck + tennis court + swimming pool = Who wants to mow a huge yard anyway?

If living and entertaining happen on the main level, we’ll call the second floor the lodging level. Two choices for your master suite, one with a sleek, updated bathroom and huge walk-in closet, the other with an enormous bedroom area, abundant natural light and access to the upper level of the back deck.

Finally, for the third level, let’s try our func-centric example again: Eccentric: A versatile bonus area for use as an art studio or maybe a practice space for my ska band “Fifty Shades of Jay.” Functional: Make it a home office. And the laundry room is up there.

Call it quirky if you want, but this house is the best of both form and function, with the contemporary updates you knew you wanted and a few out-of-the-ordinary features you had no idea you wanted until you saw them.

For a full list of updates and more info and photos, visit and call Jay Downing at 479-601-54543 to set up your showing.

Property Photos

Living Room

Dining Room


Downstairs Bathroom

Entry & Stairs

Master Suite 1

Master Suite 2


Upstairs Bathroom