AD: One might question if Flyer Homes newest listing is really just a glitch in the Matrix

Photo: Todd Gill, Flyer Homes

But there is no blue pill. No red pill. No deja vu. It’s just a real house in a really popular neighborhood where the houses are listed for sale but then are gone so fast you wonder if you ever really saw them to begin with.

People of the world, feast your eyes on 4260 W. Bradstreet Lane!

Address: 4260 W Bradstreet Ln, Fayetteville, AR
Price: $305,000
Beds: 4
Baths: 3.5
Size: 1974
Built: 2016
Exterior features: No maintenance yard and landscaping, oversized lot and yard
Interior features: Open concept, tons of upgrades, 1100101000101110
Set up a showing: Call 479-601-5453
More info: Click here for listing

With such fine finishes, a fantastic floorpan, and meticulously maintained appearance, it’s easy to believe the house is too good to be true. The reality is you’ve got a great house located in a very desirable subdivision where homes are commonly on the market no more than a day or two before they go under contract. And then they disappear … The listing disappears, not the house. If the house is gone, that is ALL Matrix.

When he had it built, the owner added around 16,000 gigabytes of upgrades, things that really set this home apart from other houses in the neighborhood. For starters, the house is built on an oversized lot, nearly twice the size of the average Rupple Row lot. Other more common upgrades include the gas cooktop, seamless gutters, faux wood blinds, upgraded floor and shower tile, backsplash, carpet, bathroom vanities and kitchen cabinets. And the French door refrigerator conveys. But he also added actual French door French doors instead of a sliding glass door, an extra door from the garage to the yard for better access, and continued the wood laminate in the downstairs master, instead of carpet.

The open concept downstairs includes a spacious living room, cozy enough to plug in for a while and relax, but large enough in which to practice Kung Fu. Or if you chose the blue pill I guess you could just kick back on the sofa and finally découpage that vintage suitcase using pictures cut from the stack of Cat Fancy magazines you’ve had sitting around for just that purpose. Come on, Sandra! You know that stuff would kill on Etsy!!

The living room opens up into the kitchen, where you’ll find abundant counter and cabinet space, that gas cooktop, a built-in microwave, and a pantry. I should also mention that if your offer is worth a dern, the washer and dryer will convey with the home. They are high end models and are only about three months old.

As you continue through the house you may experience what seems like deja vu when you first see the master suite downstairs and then head upstairs and see another master suite. I promise it is not a sign that something within the programmed reality has been altered, there are simply just two master suites. I promise it is not a sign that something within the programmed reality has been altered, there are simply just two master suites.

Your monthly POA fee is $45/month, but ask anybody in the neighborhood and they’ll tell you it’s money well spent, mostly because it covers all lawn mowing and yard/landscaping maintenance. Perfect if you are planning to buy as an investment property or to house your incoming students while they attend the University.

The house is great, but so is the location. The neighborhood is right on the University bus route, is two minutes from I-49, 10 minutes from campus and is surrounded by restaurants, coffee shops, bars, grocery stores, fitness centers, an elementary school, a daycare, a Boys and Girls Club, hotels, parks, trails, places of worship, places of golfing … The list is long, but it is worth noting … on that list, there is no spoon …

You have chosen the red pill and therefore the Oracle has granted you access to the pictures below, so check them out and call Jay at 479-601-5453 to set up a showing.

Editor’s note: Flyer Homes would like to take a moment to apologize to any reader who has not seen “The Matrix” and does not get any of the myriad references contained above.

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