Since 1686, when Arkansas’ first settlement was established, a rich history of community was developed throughout Arkansas. The state became American soil in 1803 as part of the Louisiana Purchase. Its natural beauty has been a magnet for population growth for well over 200 years. For those interested in new home construction and the Bentonville School District, you are poised to build your future in Scissortail. Located just west of HWY 112 on W. Pleasant Grove Road, Northwest Arkansas’ newest master planned development is here.
Scissortail is located at 4407 Scissortail Dr just west of Highway 112. Pleasant Grove Rd Extension to I-49 is expected to be complete in 2020. You will have direct access to I-49. The convenience and accessibility of our master planned community to area business hubs, shopping, and entertainment is second to none.
Scissortail is located within the Bentonville School District, offering residents the opportunity to send their kids to some of finest schools in the state of Arkansas. When you join the Scissortail community, you also invest in your child’s future. High–quality education is a community-wide priority. Your new home is located near some of the best schools in the United States.
The Scissortail community is zoned for the following public schools*:
Central Park Elementary School (K-4th)
Evening Star Elementary School, across from Scissortail (K-4th)
Bright Field Middle School (5th-6th)
Grimsley Jr. High (opening Aug 2020) (7th-8th)
Bentonville West High School (9th-12th)
*Zoning subject to change, visit Bentonville Schools to confirm.
It’s not hard to see why Northwest Arkansas is one of the fastest-growing areas in the nation. Whether you’re drawn to live theater, shopping, a historic downtown atmosphere, a unique dining experience, or the natural beauty and outdoor activities of nearby Beaver Lake, Northwest Arkansas has something for everyone. The Walmart AMP provides large-venue concerts, and Arkansas Public Theatre offers high-quality community productions. Take advantage of the Razorback Regional Greenway and spend the day biking with friends and family. You could also spend a weekend hiking, swimming, boating, camping, or playing golf at Top Golf in Rogers. Your family will be sure to find many enjoyable activities close by when you build your new home in Scissortail’s Master Planned Community. Visit Finding NWA for more information about our local attractions.
Our master-planned community is also near Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art. Crystal Bridges explores the unfolding history of America by collecting and exhibiting outstanding works of art that illuminate our artistic heritage and enrich our understanding and appreciation of our nation and ourselves. With 120 acres of native Ozark forest, Crystal Bridges’ grounds invite you to enjoy the natural environment as a continuation of their museum experience. The Museum’s distinctive architecture immerses visitors in the landscape, while three miles of nature trails encourage exploration and reflection. (Image source: buildipedia.com)
You can find some of NWA’s finest modern shopping, dining, and entertainment choices at Pinnacle Hills Promenade. Or, you can explore the locally-owned stores, restaurants, and museums along the brick streets of Rogers Historic Downtown. Located close to our new community, Walton’s 5 and Dime Museum, the birth place of Wal-Mart, is located on the quaint streets of the Bentonville Square where you can find other unique gift shops and eateries. The academic culture fostered by The University of Arkansas in Fayetteville has brought many eclectic restaurants and shopping to the area. Dickson Street is home to a large variety of entertainment and music venues as well as popular restaurants and shopping destinations. Just a short drive around Beaver Lake from Scissortail is the vacation destination city of Eureka Springs. While strolling down Spring Street and Main Street, Eureka presents charm and character. The large historic downtown area is made up of 100% Victorian-era buildings filled with shopping, dining, art, and nightlife. To top it off, twice a year Northwest Arkansas hosts dozens of craft fairs that draw artists from around the world, as well as local Ozark artisans. The centerpiece of these craft fairs is The War Eagle Craft Fair, established in 1954. With more than 250 booths of all handcrafted products displayed along the banks of the War Eagle River.