23.13 acres in Washington County, Arkansas
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23.13 acres in Washington County, Arkansas

5959 Wayne Sellers, Fayetteville , Arkansas 72704 - Washington County
$878,940 23.13 Acres
Property ID 6191018

Description

Excellent development potential in Fast growing area of West Fayetteville. Level with road frontage access on Wayne Sellers Rd. Please, Contact the listing agent for more information or to make an appointment to drive the property! Tremendous opportunity on this Beautiful 23.13 acre parcel Located on the Fayetteville/Farmington line. Perfect Country living in the city!
There is possibility for a lot line adjustment or, for serious buyers willing to put money down, a split, Subject to survey & lot split approval. Farmington schools, including the new Farmington High School, are less than 5 minutes, I49 is 4.5 miles and the U of A is approximately 6 miles away!
There's also Fantastic potential for development with 575 ft of road frontage. Currently zoned RSF1.
Small pond and some trees on land. Water and Electric at the street.

Directions

I-49 - Exit 64 (Wedington) - Head west - South on Double Springs Road - East on Wayne Sellers Rd. property on the right. Or From MLK exit take Hwy 62 west, then North on Broyles St. West on 54th ave., then West on Wayne Sellers Rd. property on left.

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Kriston Barnes
Kriston Barnes
Weichert REALTORS, Griffin- Fayetteville

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