August 2017

Found 6 blog entries for August 2017.

Visit us at our Sunday Open Houses this weekend and see what Greater Little Rock Real Estate has to offer from your friends and neighbors at The Janet Jones Company! Follow the links below and contact the realtor for more information.

 

$280,000.00 | 1309 HUNTERS COVE - NEW PRICE!
Patio home, 3BR/2BA, updated kitchen, sunroom off kitchen, bonus up.
PAM FALCON 590-4642



$455,000.00 | 506 MIRAMAR COVE
One level, 3-4BR/3.5BA, open floor plan,high ceilings, covered patio w/ fp.
MICHAEL TEAGUE 413-2744



$1,200,000.00 | 44 BRETAGNE CIRCLE
5/5 + study & media room. Top of line kitchen/hearth rm. Founders Golf Course!
MARTI THOMAS 680-6707



$178,000.00 | 2200 ANDOVER #605 - 1ST TIME OPEN!
Great location! 3BR/3BA, 1644 sf, new paint and carpet,

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Visit us at our Sunday Open Houses this weekend and see what Greater Little Rock Real Estate has to offer from your friends and neighbors at The Janet Jones Company! Follow the links below and contact the realtor for more information.

 

$895,000.00 | 44 RIVER RIDGE ROAD

Amazing panoramic views of Arkansas River. Many updates in this lg. home!

SUSAN REYNOLDS 912-3201

 

$174,900.00 | 2709 FLAKEWOOD - 1ST TIME OPEN!

KINGWOOD - Gorgeous updated home, 3/1, 1270 sf, in Jefferson School District

ANNE-ELIZABETH WYNNE 690-7477

 

$169,900.00 | 88 KINGSBRIDGE WAY

New paint throughout! 3BR, Master down, end unit w/fireplace & 2 liv areas!

SCOTT GOODRICH 690-5300

$479,900.00 | 129 COVE CREEK CT - 1ST TIME OPEN!

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Visit us at our Sunday Open Houses this weekend and see what Greater Little Rock Real Estate has to offer from your friends and neighbors at The Janet Jones Company! Follow the links below and contact the realtor for more information.

 

$299,000.00 | 76 ABERDEEN DR - 1ST TIME OPEN!
Lovely updated traditional home, large flat lot near pool. 4/2.5, 2727 sf.
MISSY COZZENS 779-6728

$120,000.00 | 2318 3RD STREET
Charming home in Capitol View 2BR/1BA, 1000 sf. Close to UAMS!
PATRICK SULLENGER 831-9989

 

$1,200,000.00 | 44 BRETAGNE CR - 1ST TIME OPEN!
5/5 + study & media room. Top of line kitchen/hearth rm. Founders Golf Course
MARTI THOMAS 680-6707

 

$549,000.00 | 53 FONTENAY CIRCLE
Wonderful family home 5BR/3.5BA, with 3 car

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Little Rock’s Historic Hillcrest neighborhood began as part of a land acquisition by a group of Michigan investors, led by two young lawyers, H. F. Auten and Edgar Moss.  In 1891, these businessmen formed the Pulaski Heights Land Company and purchased 800 acres, mostly small farms, located just west and north of Little Rock’s city limits.  Their goal was suburban development and, over the decades to follow, their dream came true.  Early in 1891, the first 10 blocks of the Pulaski Heights Addition were platted.

Other than the investors, Pulaski Heights had very few residents, until after 1903, when a streetcar line was extended from downtown Little Rock to the fledgling suburb.  What is now called the Hillcrest Historic District was part of this

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 Without question, Little Rock is a beautiful city, with older, traditional neighborhoods as well as exciting new areas.  And its growth over the past 30 years has been primarily towards the west.

In the late 1980s, Deltic Farm & Timber, one of the largest land owners in Pulaski County, owned approximately 7,000 acres near Shinall Mountain (spelled with an “s”), which lies between Highway 10 to the north and Kanis Road to its south.  Deltic Farm & Timber was founded many years ago by the Murphy Oil family from El Dorado, Arkansas.

In the mid-80s, Charles H. “Chip” Murphy III had a vision for this land that had previously been used exclusively for timber production and small cattle ranches.  He believed the hills and green forests could provide

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 One of the most celebrated neighborhoods in Little Rock, the area known today as The Heights has steadily evolved over the past 100 years.  In fact, it all began with the promise of streetcar service from downtown Little Rock to the small town located nearby to the west, known as Pulaski Heights.  

On Thanksgiving Day in 1903, the first electric street car traveled up Prospect Avenue (now known as Kavanaugh Boulevard), and this area where about a dozen families lived, became tied forever to Little Rock.

Just a few years earlier, the visionary founders of what would become the Country Club of Little Rock had chosen what was then considered a remote site on a hilltop along the eastern edge of Pulaski Heights.  This site offered wonderful views

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