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Hot Springs Village… Your Dream Base!
Stop by the Visitor Center, off Highway 7, for a one-day pass or call 866.984.9963. Visitors are welcome to Hot Springs Village and may use our facilities.
- The Little Rock Air Force Base is just 60 miles away and provides full Veteran services with Medical, Commissary and Post Exchange.
- A VA (Veterans Administration) clinic is also nearby in Hot Springs.
- Veterans Memorial & Walk of Honor
- Little Rock Air Force Base with full Veteran services nearby
- 8 Golf Courses
- 20+ Miles of Scenic Trails
- 11 Lakes & 2 Full-Service Marinas
- Tennis Facility
- Fitness Center
- Performing Arts Center
- Pickleball Courts
- Bocce Ball, Mini Golf & Lawn Bowling
- RV Park
- Event Facilities
- Farmers Market
- Wounded Warrior Golf Tournaments
- 200+ Clubs & Organizations including DAR (Daughters of the Revolution), Patriot Guard Riders, Warrior Watch Riders, VFW Riders Group, Honor Guard for VFW and more
In 2001, the Arkansas Democrat-Gazette newspaper reported that more Veterans per capita live in Hot Springs Village than any other community in Arkansas. As a result, a group of Veterans established a Veterans Memorial Foundation, raised $257,000 dollars in six months and built the Veterans Memorial. A major feature of the memorial is the “Walk of Honor” which contains over 3600 bricks with Veterans’ names and service on them. All branches of the services are represented: Army, Air Force, Navy, Marines and Coast Guard.
HSV Veterans have a support network with organizations like American Legion Post 123, VFW Post 10483 and MOAA (Military Officers Association), and the commissary and Post Exchange services at the Little Rock Air Force Base. Medical assistance can be found in Little Rock and a VA clinic in Hot Springs.
Golf discounts and community events benefit active military personnel, too. Inquire about Active Military golf special: 501-922-2858; Diamante Country Club’s annual Wounded Warrior Golf Tournament: 501-922-1114; and, the annual fishing tournament hosted by the HSV Anglers Club: 501-918-4077.
Living in Hot Springs Village, Arkansas
Hot Springs Village, Arkansas, is known for its sweeping vistas, woodland setting and championship golf courses. It’s been recognized as a “Top 100 Master Planned Community” by Where to Retire Magazine and as one of the top three “retirement hot spots” in the country by Realty Trac as reported on CBS News.
While HSV has been a golfer’s destination since its beginning, there are a lot of things to love about this growing community. First up is its natural beauty: HSV stretches across 26,000 acres of some of the most scenic foothills the Ouachita Mountains have to offer. Visitors are often awestruck by the rolling hills, tall trees and lush vegetation.
HSV’s idyllic setting is the perfect place to get back to nature and enjoy the great outdoors. No matter what’s on your fun list, you’ll find it here – golf, tennis, fishing, hiking, theatrical performances and more. Plus, there are over 200 clubs and organizations to satisfy almost any creative inspiration or philanthropic desire.
Hot Springs Village is a great place to visit, and a better place to call home. Few communities offer the diversity of lifestyles you can find right here. Choose from lakeside living to a secluded five-acre estate or homes with mountain or golf course views. From townhouses to mansions, you can find the home of your dreams or build your own from scratch.
Cost of Living
If your annual income HERE is $50,000, to enjoy the same lifestyle ELSEWHERE, you will need an approximate income of…
$153,524 in Manhattan
$106,865 in Chicago
$105,754 in Washington D.C.
$103,750 in Los Angeles
$100,843 in Boston
$86,685 in Seattle
$76,118 in Dallas
$70,822 in Atlanta
$68,965 in Santa Fe
Property taxes are assessed at 20% of appraised value. For example: taxes in the Jessieville School District (Garland County) are assessed at 42.3 mills per $1,000 (as of July 2013) which will make property taxes about $846 for a $100,000 home.
Taxes in the Fountain Lake School District (Garland County) are assessed at 38.40 mills which will make property taxes $768 for a $100,000 home. Residents living in Saline County (also Fountain Lake School District) will pay about $890 in property taxes for a $100,000 home.
As a resident, you can take a $350 homestead tax credit if your HSV home is your primary residence.
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