Homes For Sale in Bentonville AR
Homes for sale in Bentonville AR are listed below
If are looking for homes for sale in Bentonville Arkansas, planning a move and/or need more info on the town, I have created a small list of place to check out. See why this is one of the fastest growing areas with a very stable economy.
Bentonville is a place like no other, a place of ideas, innovation and inspiration. No longer just known as the corporate headquarters for Walmart, this small town of 49,000 boasts a bounty for visitors and residents alike. Art, food, music, cycling, history and forward thinking abound in this Northwest Arkansas town. Located in the foothills of the Ozark Mountains near Fayetteville.
Downtown’s most famous landmark is of course Sam Walton’s original 5 and Dime store, located at 105 N Main St. It now houses a museum dedicated to the history and humble beginnings of what is now the largest retailer. The Walton family has also created a fabulous museum of American Art at the Crystal Bridges Museum. This museum houses one of the largest private collections of American Art anywhere. The best part is the admission here is free. Crystal Bridges generously hosts several events throughout the year as well to engage the community in the arts.
Bentonville is also quickly becoming known as a mountain bikers paradise. The cooler climate and rolling hills make this the ideal spot for bikers across the globe. The Slaughter Pen Jam is a annual bike festival that takes place at the Slaughter Pen Trail.
Places to Eat
Enjoy the unique food options available. The Preacher’s Son is one of the favorites, offering locally sourced ingredients in a one of a kind setting. The Preacher’s Son is located in a restored church on NW A St. Visit Crepes Paulette for a light flavorful lunch. If you are looking for a food coma, try Buttered Biscuit for a belly busting breakfast.
The Surrounding areas are Rogers and Fayetteville.
What People Love About Living Here
The one thing I hear the most from current residents as well as those checking out the area is that Bentonville is very walkable and community oriented. The downtown square is always very lively. There is a farmers market on the weekends, food trucks tucked away to enjoy, plenty of restaurants and shops, biking trails and the ultra cool and swanky 21 C Hotel. This hotel/museum offers 104 rooms decorate with thought provoking art, on site museum, restaurant and more. A great place to recommend to out of town guests.