Flyer Homes has the perfect escape for those who dream of living grid-adjacent

All photos: Todd Gill, Flyer Homes

Not radical or paranoid enough to want to live a solitary existence off the grid, but just dead inside enough to need an everyday escape from city life? Well pack up your family, tell your boss thanks for everything but you’re outta here (and that you will of course see her Monday morning), and get the hell slightly farther out of this town!

Address: 509 Hawk Pl, Fayetteville, AR
Price: $295,000
Beds: 3
Baths: 2
Size: 2,536 SqFt
Built: 1998
Exterior features: 6 acres, cleared and wooded, 270° wrap-around porch to enjoy it all
Interior features: Open layout, great mudroom and master suite
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Set up a showing: Call 479-799-9008

Ladies and gentlemen, feast your eyes on 509 Hawk Place.

A six-acre sanctuary awaits you and your family a full 13 minutes from the hustle and bustle of downtown Fayetteville. Just think of all the 1/5 of a podcast you will now be able to listen to on your occasional slog back into town to pick up supplies.

The land is mostly wooded and completely secluded, but there is a HUGE area cleared that would serve as your self-sustaining garden. Just imagine, corn, beans, melons, and yams, all grown and nurtured by your hands to get you through those kind-of-cold-and-occasionally-some-snow Fayetteville winters … and for when you don’t feel like driving to Walmart. There is already a garden shed in place as well.

Up the hill behind the house is a natural outdoor playground and paradise for adventurous kids. Large boulders, natural formations and pathways set into the wooded hillside set the scene for the main attraction, a treehouse fort sitting high above the landscape. Send them out to play and you may go days without even seeing your kids!

As we make our way into the house, we should first pause to enjoy the wrap around porch that seems to never end. Three sides of the house are surrounded by deck, so you’ll always have a place to watch the children play or a vantage point to make sure that when the zombie apocalypse hits no one is stealing the yams you worked so hard to grow. Take all the sweet potatoes you want but keep your filthy hands off my yams!!!

Inside the house … OK, at this point we just have to admit that we are not roughing it off-the-grid style. Or even grid-adjacent style. We’ve got a spacious, open-concept kitchen with a giant island, stainless appliances, double sink and glass cooktop range. We have tons of storage, bonus square footage in the basement, new carpet and other finishes, and a two car garage. We’ve got bedrooms with walk-in closets, a master suite with private access to the back deck, a mudroom with cubbies for all, a large laundry room … The wood-burning stove in the living room is about as off-the-grid-y as the house itself gets.

But don’t let how nice the house is deter you from your dream of going grid-adjacent, living off the land, and creating a new life! … which may or may not include the occasional trip into town to catch a show or eat a burrito.

If you like the sound of all of that, call Jay Downing at 479-601-5453 to schedule your private showing.

Front exterior

Back exterior



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