To Reserve This Property
- Click the “Reserve Now” button to be redirected to send us a reservation e-mail.
- Your e-mail will be sent to [email protected]
- It should have “Reserve Parcel # R000049311” in the subject line
- In the e-mail body include your name, phone # and mail address.
- We will promptly reply with instructions for making the reservation payment and send you a contract to sign.
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A cul-de-sac lot nestled into in a forested upscale neighborhood of natural beauty adjacent to scenic Loch Lomond in NW Arkansas.
Joplin,MO (55 mi)
0 Ness Ln, Bella Vista, AR
L36B1; Inverness Subdivision Bella Vista Village
Restricted / HOA
A non-refundable fee of $199 is required to reserve the property and begin the purchase process. This fee will be credited toward the purchase price.
Buyer pays $297 documentation fee. Seller pays all closing and recording costs if closed “in-house”. Buyer pays all closing cost if closed using a 3rd party / title company.
Other Fees / Costs
One-time HOA transfer fee and HOA dues (approx. $20/mo) payable buy buyer after close.
Nearby Attractions / Town
Loch Lomond is 477 acres and 80 feet deep. The lake was built in 1982 and is Bella Vista’s largest lake. It provides opportunities for multiple recreational uses including skiing. Loch Lomond allows tournaments and has bass, bluegill, crappie, and large catfish. It is the only lake in Bella Vista that has a marina, boating slips, gas refill station, and pontoons that can be rented. Loch Lomond includes a full-service marina, covered fishing dock, fish cleaning station, gas and bait sales, and boat rentals. Granton Park, Tiree Park, and Stoneykirk Park includes boat ramps, docks, fishing piers, picnic tables, grills and restrooms. Tiree Park also has a pavilion. Loch Lomond provides annual mooring spaces through the Bella Vista Property Association.
Bella Vista, The name Bella Vista is Spanish for “beautiful view” reflecting the alluring landscape and scenic views offered in northwest Arkansas. It has long been a nationally recognized vacation and retirement destination. Bella Vista borders Missouri to the north, and is the northern-most of six large cities located along the Interstate 49 corridor, offering a variety of shopping, educational facilities, health care choices, and abundant recreational opportunities. With its location in the Ozark Mountains, the city boasts a primarily temperate climate, and offers four distinct seasons, an array of wildlife and beautiful scenery. All these qualities and more make Bella Vista truly a place to call home.
In 2007 Bella Vista incorporated into a full-fledged city, leading to a dramatic shift in demographics, attracting both young and old. The city provides police and fire protection, along with street maintenance, building and code enforcement, a public library and trash pickup.
The Bella Vista Property Owners Association (POA) provides services for recreation, such as maintaining the lakes and golf courses. The POA also owns and operates the water department for Bella Vista residents. POA’s services are funded by monthly assessment fees paid by POA members.
Important Pre-Buy Information
This property is in a residential subdivision development with POA policies & covenants to protect the value of your investment. Read the information about city and POA governance, restriction and polices available from the websites links before reserving or purchasing this property to ensure you can build on, or use, the property as you intend.