The three residential neighborhoods at Chaffee Crossing have lots selling at a faster pace than national real estate trends. Each development features local builders, contractors and realtors. Single family homes and duplexes offer affordable living to accommodate varying income levels. To learn more about the community focus of Chaffee Crossing development, visit the Amenities page and the Historical pages of our web site. Learn more about local school districts, parks and area places of interest on the Links page.
The Woods at Chaffee Crossing is a scenic subdivision located on the east side of Ben Geren Regional Park. Duplexes will soon be available in addition to single-family homes. For more information, contact Chuck Fawcett Realty, Inc., (479) 452-1660 or (479) 484-5588.
Cisterna Villas is a concept neighborhood named in honor of Cisterna, ltaly, sister city to Fort Smith. The garden-style homes showcase native stone and natural color schemes that blend with the backdrop of Ben Geren Park. To learn more, call (479) 434-6941 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
The newest residential development development in Reata, a development containing 56 single family home lots. Initial construction began in April 2009. Reata is a designer development that features spacious walkways, nature-scaping, and hillside views that work together to provide a pleasing perspective of neighborhood living. Call ERC Developments for more information, (479) 478-5103.
Stoneshire At Chaffee Crossing (Click here to view a PDF with information about the development)
The Reserve Apartments
Stonebrook at Chaffee Crossing
See photos of the residential developments in Chaffee Crossing.
Yahoo.com - August 2, 2010
Kiplinger has announced that Fort Smith, Arkansas, is now the least
expensive city in the U.S., citing compiled rankings based on the ACCRA
Cost of Living Index
produced by the Council for Community and Economic Research. The Index
price levels for housing,
utilities, transportation, grocery items, health care and miscellaneous
goods and services (it does not include taxes). A composite score of
100 reflects the national average. So scores lower than 100 reflect a
lower-than average cost of living, and scores higher than 100 reflect a
higher-than average cost of living. Fort Smith scored 85. Median household income and average
home prices are from the Toronto-based Martin Prosperity Institute. They
sampled all U.S. cities with metropolitan area populations of at least
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