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Cherokee Village, Arkansas Lakefront Home for Sale
129 W Lakeshore Dr., Cherokee Village, Arkansas 72529
In the Ozark Mountains of north central Arkansas, the resort/retirement town of Cherokee Village is the site of this lovely lakeside single family home for sale. It has two bedrooms, two baths, 1,480 square feet and was most likely built in 1986. The asking price is $268,800.
The home has a tan vinyl exterior with white trim and sits along the shores of Lake Sequoyah, one of Cherokee Village's seven lakes. The metal roof and septic system are new.
Inside, the ceilings are vaulted; the floors are beautiful wood planking; the walls are peach/tan with white trim and white doors, and the windows are new. A handsome stone gas fireplace nearly takes up one living room wall.
The kitchen has dark wood cabinetry, a wood ceiling, an island, black appliances and a window that looks out over the lake. The dining area has a wall of windows facing the water, and one bedroom has a lake-facing window as well. An extra room downstair has the laundry and spare sleeping area.
From the back of the house, a stone walkway goes down to the lake, the seawall and the waterside firepit. The covered, private boat dock is just a few feet away.
This home is part of an estate, so court approval is needed before buyer can purchase.
There is no HOA fee.
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Cherokee Village, Arkansas:
Cherokee Village (population 4,600) sits along the South Fork River in the lush Ozark Mountains of north central Arkansas and was the first planned recreational resort in the state. Although it is now a 15,000-acre incorporated town, it is still a safe, quiet resort/retirement destination.
Locals enjoy two 18-hole golf courses, six swimming pools, a beach, tennis courts, sports centers, senior centers, nature trails, an RV park and seven lakes for boating and fishing. Clubs, events and activities are in abundance. Tourists come and go throughout the year.
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