Spring River Apartments
Location & Local Attractions
Spring River Apartments, located at 710 Main Street in Hardy, Arkansas, is a beautifully landscaped complex, designed to take advantage of the beauty of the natural terrain. The location of the apartments offers a beautiful view of the Spring River, which flows from the ninth largest spring in the world. The Spring River is one of Arkansas’ most popular trout rivers and is rated one of the state’s best float streams. Cool, clear water, overhanging trees, and occasional wildlife, make the Spring River a scenic float. Nearby are a city beach and park on the banks of the Spring River. The apartments are within walking distance of historic Old Hardy Town, which is home of numerous quality antique shops, craft stores, specialty shops, gift nooks, a military museum, auto museum, several restaurants, three banks, a large supermarket, discount store, convenience stores, and the post office. Hardy City Hall and Police Department are also within walking distance.
The White River Medical Center North Complex is located just a few miles south of Hardy in Cherokee Village and there are several physicians and pharmacies in the area.
Spring River Apartments consists of 10 buildings, on a well-maintained 5-acre tract of land within the city limits. Its 24 one-bedroom and 8 two-bedroom apartments offer affordable housing to families meeting the residence requirements at very reasonable costs. Each apartment includes mini blinds, tile floors, a refrigerator and range, and central heat and air. Lawn care and maintenance are provided.
Located on the premises are the manager’s office, maintenance building, coin-operated laundry facilities and individual mailboxes.
Rent is based on income and water, sewer, and trash collection are included in the rent.
Office hours are 8:00 am until 4:00 pm on Tuesday and Thursday. Call 870-856-2662 to set up an appointment with our manager, Pat Bratcher, or email her at firstname.lastname@example.org.
This is an Equal Opportunity Program. Discrimination is prohibited by Federal law. Complaints of discrimination may be filed with the USDA, Director, Office of Civil Rights, Room 326-W, Whitten Building, 1400 Independence Avenue, SW, Washington, D.C. 20250
Pat Bratcher, Manager