“…privacy and peacefulness.”

Click here to link to the listing information for 92 Horse Cove Court in Bent Tree.  The unique contemporary mountain home has 3 bedrooms, 2 full baths, and 2 half baths. It overlooks Lake Tamarack and the picturesque creek that feeds the lake.  The asking price is $315,000.

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92 Horse Cove Court in Bent Tree (listing photo)

 

“Golfers Paradise fronts the 5th tee box…”

78 Duffer Drive has views of holes 4, 5, and 6 of the Bent Tree Country golf course. The asking price for the 5 bedroom, 4½ bath home is $369,931.  Click here to link to the listing information.  Click the photo below to link to the listing agent’s photo gallery for the property.

78 Duffer Drive (Lot 813) in Bent Tree (listing photo)

78 Duffer Drive (Lot 813) in Bent Tree (listing photo)

 

Beautiful Log Home in Bent Tree

The 3 bed, 3½ bath home at 375 Cutthroat Ridge in Bent Tree hit the market last week with an asking price of $435,000.  Click here to link to the listing information.

375 Cutthroat Ridge in Bent Tree (listing photo)

375 Cutthroat Ridge in Bent Tree (listing photo)

Quintessential Mountain Charm

The move-in ready cabin at 330 Little Hendricks Mountain Circle in Bent Tree is perfect for full-time living or a weekender getaway home.  Click here to link to the listing information.  The asking price is $184,900.

330 Little Hendricks Mountain Circle in Bent Tree (listing photo)

330 Little Hendricks Mountain Circle in Bent Tree (listing photo)

 

 

Happy Trails To You

One of the items on today’s board meeting agenda involves the following:  “Move approval of the request from Lake & Wildlife Committee to develop hiking trails above the water treatment retention ponds”.
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For some time, there has been interest in having a long distance hiking trail in Bent Tree, of a more rugged nature than the existing community trails.  Bent Tree has a large greenbelt area that seems perfect for such a trail. The plan is to begin with a ¾ mile trail from Bella Vista to a waterfall, then add spurs in different directions.  The Lake and Wildlife Committee would handle the responsibility of blazing and maintaining the trail, and would also pay for any costs (which should be minimal).  This proposal made me think about the BTCI 20/20 Ad Hoc Committee.  I looked back at the 20/20 information and, interestingly enough, their kickoff meeting was held nine years ago today (May 23, 2008).  A long distance trail was one of the recommendations in their 2009 “interim report”.

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one of the recommendations from the 20/20 committee in 2009