Northwest Arkansas is quickly leaving its best kept secret status behind as more and more people take notice of all that our region has to offer. It's hard to remain a secret when our communities keep turning up on "Best" lists with respected groups like US News and World Report and National Geographic. Northwest Arkansas spans three counties and contains a myriad of communities to appeal to every preference. We have small cities with top notch educational opportunities all the way to the Ph.D. level and tiny towns with miles of rolling hills and an abundance of wildlife. The area offers a variety of dining, shopping, entertainment and culture that most people would be shocked to discover outside of a big city. We have the world's largest collection of American Art in the stellar Crystal Bridges Museum of Art which is quickly ascending the lists of top museums. We also have a burgeoning foodie culture being helped along by James Beard recognized chefs, a new culinary school, and multicultural food trucks popping up almost weekly. Nature lovers will find a paradise of hiking and biking trails, caves to spelunk, and rivers, lakes and creeks to navigate. Northwest Arkansas is also home to the corporate headquarters for Tyson Foods, JB Hunt Transport Services and Walmart. Surrounded by these communities filled with culture, good food, and educational and business opportunities is Horton Farms at Dry Creek Estate. This incredible piece of property is less of a farm and more of an executive retreat boasting up-to-date residences and multi-use buildings featuring exquisite amenities. These 200 acres are located about 12 miles from downtown Bentonville, AR and a 20-minute drive from Northwest Arkansas Regional Airport. Reminiscent of a 5-star nature resort, this executive ESTATE includes a 3,200-square-foot RETREAT (log-cabin fully furnished), a 5,500-square-foot GUEST HOME, an 8,500-square-foot EVENT HALL, a 15,000-square-foot ESTATE HOME, and a caretaker's cottage. The front 30 acres are currently operated as an esteemed event and reception venue with a prestigious reputation, including being voted into our region's Best of the Best awards 8 years running, while the remaining 170 acres are reserved for the private use of the current owners. The expansive landscape includes beautiful rolling hills, breath-taking meadows, and groves of oak, black walnut, cedar and sycamore trees. The entrance to the property displays handcrafted wrought iron fencing, hand-stacked Arkansas native stone, a waterfall, and a covered bridge with high peak timbers. Just beyond the covered bridge is a small lake with a center island and a 135' flagpole with a 2,800-square-foot American flag, one of the largest in the tri-state area.