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Eureka Springs

Following rumors of a magical healing spring that could cure diseases and ailments, people began migrating to what was originally called the “Magic City” in search of a cure.  Following the Civil War, Eureka Springs grew from a small spa village to a major city before becoming incorporated in 1880.


Located in western Carroll County, Eureka Springs is situated in the heart of the Ozarks near White River, King River, Beaver Lake, and over 140 cold-water springs. Within the secluded town, the winding streets are lined with eclectic and colorful Victorian-style homes and businesses, which eventually contributed to the entire city being placed on the National Register of Historic Places, known as the Eureka Springs Historic District. This unique and quirky city has also been named by the National Trust for Historic Preservation as one of America’s Distinctive Destinations.

Real Estate Statistics

Average Price $240K
Lowest Price $7.5K
Highest Price $560K
Total Listings 11
Avg. Price/SQFT $180

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Points of Interest

The architecture of Eureka Springs is particularly unique for the area, and people travel from all over the country to see it for themselves. Visitors delight in the art-filled galleries, small boutiques, and museums.

Some of the most notable establishments in Eureka Springs include the Basin Park Hotel, which was built in 1905, along with The Crescent Hotel, which was built in 1886 and has become widely recognized as a paranormal hotspot. Other notable attractions include the Christ of the Ozarks monumental sculpture of Jesus, the Blue Spring Heritage Center, Lake Leatherwood Park, Thorncrown Chapel, Blue Moon Cave, Onyx Cave, and the Turpentine Creek Wildlife Refuge.

Annual Events

Eureka Springs hosts several inclusive events each year, including the Eureka Springs Food and Wine Festival, Eureka Gras Mardi Gras Extravaganza, May Festival of the Arts, and four LGBTQ+ Events called Diversity Weekends.

Education

Eureka Springs has three public schools that operate within the school district, Eureka Springs Elementary School, Eureka Springs Middle School, and Eureka Springs High School. There are also two private schools in Eureka Springs, which are The Academy of Excellence, and Clear Spring School.


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