Markham
Hill

Fayetteville’s First Conservation Community

New homes and retreat center coming soon

Markham Hill

Fayetteville’s First Conservation Community

New homes and retreat center coming soon

It’s in the middle of Fayetteville, but many people aren’t aware of Markham Hill. We’d like to change that.

You might have attended an event at the Pratt Place Barn, but didn’t realize that the barn is surrounded by acres of meadow and forest, nature trails, an inn, and a historic cottage.

It’s in the middle of Fayetteville, but many people aren’t aware of Markham Hill. We’d like to change that.

You might have attended an event at the Pratt Place Barn, but didn’t realize that the barn is surrounded by acres of meadow and forest, nature trails, an inn, and a historic cottage.

Imagine a place right in the middle of town where you can enjoy Sunday brunch, where you can stroll in a lush kitchen garden and relax on the porch.

 

Explore scenic trails through mature forest, towering pines, and rock outcroppings.

Imagine a place right in the middle of town where you can enjoy Sunday brunch, where you can stroll in a lush kitchen garden and relax on the porch.

Explore scenic trails through mature forest, towering pines, and rock outcroppings.

 

Gather over a cup of coffee in the historic cottage where the movement to save the Buffalo River began.

 

A new neighborhood in the center of the city, yet surrounded by nature, where you can enjoy a concert on an open meadow under the stars.

A mother deer and four fawns walk across a green lawn

Gather over a cup of coffee in the historic cottage where the movement to save the Buffalo River began.

 

A new neighborhood in the center of the city, yet surrounded by nature, where you can enjoy a concert on an open meadow under the stars.

This place is
for all of
Fayetteville.

This place is
for all of
Fayetteville.

OUR PLAN

Permanently preserve at least 50% of the property, including forested hillside, parks, meadows, and walking trails.

Add retreat and meeting space and up to 80 guest rooms in small cabins and a hotel building in harmony with the existing inn.

Create a neighborhood of timeless new homes — think Wilson Park or Washington / Willow — grouped together to preserve natural habitat, water quality, and scenic vistas.

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Open a farm-to-table restaurant inside Pratt Place Inn, and open the historic cottage built by Evangeline Archer as an intimate cafe.

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Host Fayetteville Roots Fest music and culinary events for years to come.

OUR PLAN

Permanently preserve at least 50% of the property, including forested hillside, parks, meadows, and walking trails.

Add retreat and meeting space and up to 80 guest rooms in small cabins and a hotel building in harmony with the existing inn.

Create a neighborhood of timeless new homes — think Wilson Park or Washington / Willow — grouped together to preserve natural habitat, water quality, and scenic vistas.

Bread Icon

Open a farm-to-table restaurant inside Pratt Place Inn, and open the historic cottage built by Evangeline Archer as an intimate cafe.

Guitar Icon

Host Fayetteville Roots Fest music and culinary events for years to come.

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