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6601 SW Mallet Rd, Bentonville, AR 72712
$679 - $1,252 | 1 - 3 Beds

(479) 321-3537

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3201 SW Harbin Ave, Bentonville, AR 72712
$699 - $799 | 1 - 2 Beds

(479) 250-3509

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501 SW 20th St, Bentonville, AR 72712
$500 - $645 | 1 - 2 Beds

(479) 250-3588

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1000 SE Falcon Ln, Bentonville, AR 72712
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(479) 250-3592

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401 SW A St, Bentonville, AR 72712
$800 - $1,300 | 1 - 2 Beds
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Bentonville, AR Apartments for Rent

Secluded deep in the Ozark Mountains, Bentonville should be a quiet mountain community. And it was, back in the 1830s when settlers discovered this quiet corner of Northwest Arkansas. The original name, Osage, was changed to honor Thomas Hart Benton in 1841. Bentonville, the county seat for Benton County, is probably most recognized as being the home of Walmart.

But there are just so many surprises you will encounter after you move to an apartment in Bentonville! A Walmart Museum? That is crazy cool. In addition to being one of Bentonville’s largest employers, Walmart contributes quite a lot to this city – including the Walmart Visitor Center and Sam Walton’s original store.

Downtown Bentonville features five parks! Visit one after moving to Bentonville. Downtown is also the location of the Bentonville Farmer’s Market and several annual events. And don’t think this mountain town doesn’t have great restaurants — the food is phenomenal! Famous special sauce or dry rubbed ribs will have you dining out as often as possible. Overall, Bentonville makes the number spot for the tastiest and most comfortable environment for future residents.

Things to Do in Bentonville:

The Big Rub BBQ and Catering is one of the best when it comes to serving chicken! They choose the finest chicken breast and charbroil them with special marinades to make the perfect chicken taco. Bonus: Big homemade chocolate chip cookies are made fresh each morning!

Of course, there’s more to Bentonville cuisine than just BBQ. This is the home of southern cooking, so there is great food around every corner. Bentonville’s Crepes Paulette is the breakfast hotspot – in fact, the line often winds down the block. This restaurant is located right off the square, near the beautiful Compton Gardens and Crystal Bridges trails. Grab a crepe, hit the farmers market, and take a stroll towards the museum. This is by far a great way to spend a Saturday!

The Heavenly Salon and Day Spa is the place to go when you want to melt the stress away.  Or go bird-watching in Hobbs State Park, where you can take a cruise into Beaver Lake’s isolated Van Winkle Hollow, a site with a large concentration of bald eagles.

The first sight of this city will leave you breathless and wanting more of the excitement, experiences, and history. Bentonville features 72 historic homes and buildings, making this dynamic city’s long past come alive through beautiful architecture.

The Walmart Museum features exhibits that explore the history of this powerhouse retailer. This is a unique museum that is also fun with an interactive exhibit gallery and a soda fountain. The museum also includes Sam Walton’s old office, the original store, and Walton’s old Ford F-150.

The Museum of Native American History has one of the finest and most comprehensive collections of American Indian artifacts ever! They have ancient artifacts, pottery, arrowheads, historic artifacts, clothing, headdresses, weapons, photographs, and much more. It is family-friendly and handicap accessible.

Pea Ridge National Military Park is a 4,300-acre site of an important Civil War battle – it is the most intact Civil War battlefield in the US.

What to Consider When Moving to Bentonville:

Bentonville is a beautiful historic city with amazing architecture, most of which is located in the town square. It also has a lot of red limestone homes that were built with flat thin stones. The square was relocated to Bentonville so that it could hold more events.

Besides Walton Visitor Center as an anchor of the square, the Courthouse is another significant building. It was designed by A.O. Clark, a renowned local architect who also did a lot of work in Fayetteville. The cost to build the courthouse was $200,000, and it was constructed in 1928.

The War Eagle Mill was first built in 1832 by Sylvanus Blackburn and his wife, Catherine. The mill stayed in the Blackburn family for 80 years. The mill suffered several fires starting with the first in 1838. Eventually, in 1920, the mill was sold to a hotel operator, but it closed in 1924 and stayed closed until 1973. Today, the mill is operating again, producing organic, natural products for locals.

Why Bentonville Apartments Are Hot:

Being the home base of Walmart may be what puts Bentonville on the map, but that’s just the beginning. Growth in Bentonville has remained at a whopping 45-percent rate for the past seven years, nearly doubling the population! In addition to Walmart, major employers in Bentonville include Northwest Health System, Mercy of Northwest Arkansas, Benton County, Arvest Bank Group, and Northwest Arkansas Community College.

Nestled in the Ozark Mountains, this city has it all – natural beauty, a thriving city with a historic downtown, fun things to do, and a strong economy. No wonder apartments in Bentonville are hot!

Why Bentonville?

  • Pickin’ the Square is just one of Bentonville’s annual events and includes bluegrass, country, and blues music.
  • The Terry Block Building was built in 1888 and currently operates as a 1950s-style ice cream parlor with soda fountain.
  • Camping, hiking, and fishing in nearby parks Hobbs State Park, Lake Wedington Recreation Area, and Pea Ridge National Military Park.
  • Top-rated restaurants include the Eleven at Crystal Bridges Museum, Tusk & Trotter, and the Hive at 21c Museum Hotel.
  • Walmart Visitor Center includes an interactive exhibit, the Spark Café, and Walton’s 5&10, the original store.
  • Nearby Beaver Lake features about 486 miles of shoreline and includes natural caves and limestone bluffs.

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