Flyer Homes’ latest listing integral in discovery of three new basic human needs

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For the 2024 years that Earth has existed, scientists have all agreed that there are five basic human needs … food, water, shelter, sleep and oxygen. Recent studies conducted by the Center for New Studies have shown that there are actually three other important things that should also be considered essential for human survival – those being babbling brook, fire pit, and in-ground trampoline.

Address: 4875 E Rustic Ln., Fayetteville, AR
Price: $915,000
Beds: 5
Baths: 4.5
Size: 4,692 SqFt
Built: 1999
Exterior features: bundant nature, outdoor living spaces, five minutes from town
Interior features: Full finished walkout basement, endless storage, huge kitchen
Set up a showing: Call Jay at 479-601-5453
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People of the world, feast your eyes on 4875 E Rustic Lane!

Amazingly enough, and you’re not going to believe this, this 5-bed, 4.5-bath stately home on 1.5 gorgeous acres actually satisfies ALL EIGHT basic human needs!!

Let’s take the oxygen-rich breathable air for starters. While scientists still have no idea where oxygen comes from, it seems to abound here, even among all the old growth trees, fields of grass, and lush landscaping that fill every corner of this quiet and secluded parcel.

And although water obviously has zero to do with oxygen, together they seem to combine to create the most idyllic back yard you’ll ever chill in. A year-round creek runs across the back of the home amidst the wild flora and fauna, a great place to set up a hammock or relax by the fire pit and enjoy the soothing trickle of the water or watch as the kids splash around and catch crawdads, chase the chickens around the yard, or bounce on that in-ground trampoline.

The interior of the home is just as expansive as the land upon which it sits, but without the flora and fauna. The semi-open layout of the main level creates line of sight from one end of the house all the way to the other, from the family room to the kitchen, through the dining and second living room, and into the primary bedroom, all while maintaining well defined separation from one room to the next.

Down in the full finished walkout basement, in addition to the three bedrooms, two full baths, and more storage than you ever know what to do with, there is a space that is ideal for a game room. And while the kids are rumpusing downstairs, you can relax in one of the two upstairs living rooms, shut yourself in the sun room (currently used as the best office you could ever hope for), or take a siesta in the secluded primary suite.

So there are food, sleep, brook, pit and trampoline covered. What else?

Well, if you have an excess of cars, bikes or big toys, you’ll need a lot of garage, and this three-car garage is just that. Same is true if you have an excess of laundry, as there are two laundry rooms, one on the main level and one on the lower, and both washer/dryer sets convey. Bonus needs met!

So as you can see, this home addresses all the original basic human needs and the three very real and scientifically-verified new ones we discussed. Now all you need is to call Jay Downing at 479-601-5453 and schedule a showing. 

Front Exterior

Main Floor Interior

Lower Floor Interior

Bonus Room

Back Exterior

Aerial Photos