The nation's largest gated master-planned community, Hot Springs Village is a 26,000-acre self-contained community located in scenic west central Arkansas in the Ouachita Mountains, 20 minutes from historic downtown Hot Springs National Park and 45 minutes from Little Rock, the capital of Arkansas.
Recognized as one of America's "100 Best Master Planned Communities" by Where to Retire magazine, here residents enjoy nine signature golf courses, an award-winning tennis center, swimming, boating and fishing from eleven recreational lakes, over 26 miles of nature trails, a spa and fitness center, and over 200 clubs and civic organizations. For indoor pursuits, Hot Springs Village offers a 650-seat performing arts center, recreation library, community centers and an indoor family games area.
Available real estate in Hot Springs Village spans from very affordable to affluent, with homes priced from $100,000 to over $1 million. Rentals and golf, lake or village lots are also available. The Property Owners' Association provides on-site police, fire and ambulance services as well as water, wastewater, recycling and sanitation. The Village has one of the lowest crime rates in the nation, with 24-hour security and seven gated entrances.
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Acreage: 26,000 acres (10,400 hectares)
Gatehouse: Controlled access through seven privacy gates; main entrance manned with 24-hour security.
Club Structure: Full membership is included with ownership of property.
Golf: A golfer's paradise offering eight 18-hole courses and one 27-hole course, practice facilities, computerized tee time reservation system, two weather radar systems providing advance warning for bad weather and lightning strikes, two golf professionals on staff. Two courses awarded "Best New Course" by Golf Digest magazine.
Clubhouse: Three large clubhouses and seven grill/restaurant facilities.
Tennis: 19 tennis courts, 13 clay and 6 hard surfaces. The Coronado Tennis Center is a 1,450-square foot facility with locker rooms, pro shop, and large pavilion. Active tennis association with several USTA teams. Past Tennis Center of the Year in Arkansas.
Fitness: The Coronado Fitness Center includes an indoor three-lane walking track, a heated indoor lap pool, weight room, cardio equipment, aerobics room, whirlpool, steam room and saunas. Massage services available.
Recreation: Lawn bowling, pickle ball and bocce ball facilities, as well as a family recreation area with basketball courts, playground equipment, miniature golf course and an indoor games building.
Boating: Residents enjoy boating, fishing, swimming, canoeing and other water sports from the community’s eleven recreational lakes. Two full-service marinas offer covered and non covered storage, supplies and boat rentals.
Fishing: Fishing is enjoyed at all of the Village's eleven stocked lakes—home to bass, crappie, catfish and bream.
Swimming: Outdoor pool complex with three pools, lounge areas, covered tables and shade areas, snack bar, and locker room facility. Swim lessons available for all ages. Indoor pool located in the Coronado Fitness Center.
Rentals: Long term rental homes range from $600 - $1,400 per month; Nightly rentals as low as $75 per night.
Trails: Over 26 miles of structured trails for walking, cycling and golf cart traffic. Maps and parking available.
Performing Arts Center: The Ponce de Leon Center features a 650-seat state-of-the-art performing arts center which provides musicals, dramas, and dance, vocal and choral presentations throughout the year.
Dining & Shopping: Hot Springs Village offers a selection of restaurants from casual to fine dining, as well as grocery stores, pharmacies, large discount retailers and specialty shops. Downtown Hot Springs, 20 minutes away, offers a unique glimpse into the Victorian era with antique shops, art galleries, quaint cafes and gourmet restaurants.
Area Attractions: Historic Hot Springs National Park is one of the South's largest family vacation destinations. Famous for the 147-degree waters that spring naturally, folks from around the globe visit Hot Springs seeking the waters healing powers. These rituals and histories have made the bathhouses and spas here a world attraction. Other attractions include nearby Oaklawn Park, a premier horse racing venue, and various crystal and diamond mining spots. Plus, the Ouachita Mountains provide countless places to explore via hiking, horseback riding, camping, and fishing.
Lots For Sale: Interior, golf front, and lake lots available; priced from $1,500 to over $100,000.
Townhomes For Sale: Priced from $70,000 to $315,000.
Homes For Sale: Priced from $100,000 to over $1 million.
Prices subject to change. Void where prohibited.
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