Though Fayetteville was voted by U.S. News as one of the most desirable places to retire, the town offers plenty in the way of activity and entertainment. The yearly influx of college students attending the local university brings Fayetteville to life, particularly along what is popularly known as College Avenue, which is home to hundreds of unique shops and specialty restaurants of all kinds. The university itself is a Southeastern Conference institution and hosts several sporting events throughout the year. In addition to this, Fayetteville is home to the Crystal Bridges Museum, which exhibits a wide selection of American artwork. All of this is easily accessible by either vehicle or alternative transportation, as the area boasts plenty of sidewalks and safe access to amenities.

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Settled among the Ozark Mountains, Fayetteville, Arkansas, boasts a niche for people of all walks of life, with comfortable homes suitable for either a single-person household or a growing family and dozens of suitable apartments and homes surrounding the University of Arkansas for prospective students. For those seeking something a bit higher on the luxury scale, the Mount Nord Historic District is home to sprawling houses with five or more bedrooms, each with its own tale to tell.

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