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"We really enjoyed working with Susie and would recommend her anytime.  She listened to our needs and helped us find our forever home.  She also took care of everything while we were still in Texas."
 
~Don and Ginger Tillison

 

When planning your kitchen remodel, you will want to consider the market and decide whether a low-, medium-, or high-end kitchen remodel makes the most sense.   Then, you'll want to choose all of the appliances, materials and finishes down to the hardware before the project begins. That way, you will have a truly realistic idea of how much the project will cost. While you want to stay on top of trends, you'll also want to be careful not to make upgrades that clash with the style of the rest of the home.  All of these tips can help you when deciding which materials make the most sense for your renovation.

Susie and Nichola 



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Updated One-Level Townhome
7 Lanza Court
$159,000
3 bed / 2 bath
1565 Approx. Sq. Ft.
Built 1997
MLS# 18039246







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Looking for an investors dream or stress free living? This one level townhome has it all! Updated with Granite counters, tumbled marble backsplash, SS appliances, Hickory floors, custom tile shower in Master, carpet, deck replaced, painted inside and outside, lighting and ceiling fans. Conveniently located near the Coronado Center, fitness center, tennis center, trail & Lake Coronado. Minutes to shopping. Furnishings available separately. Roof 2009/Heat Pump/Air handler 2014. THA $107 Garbage $17 POA $68.30

  

 

 

For floor plans or more information, email me at susieburns@remax.net.


Consider Material When Planning Kitchen Renovation



 
For many homeowners, aesthetics and function are the primary considerations of a kitchen renovation.  However, there is another essential factor to explore - the materials your will use for each feature.   The floor, sink and counter tops can take the heaviest use in the kitchen, so the materials you use can help ensure your renovation stands the test of time.

Flooring
Though often taken for granted, the floor is generally the kitchen feature that sustains the heaviest use over time.  Tile is an excellent choice for a kitchen because the materials stand up well to heavy traffic and spills common in that space.  However, it can be slippery and uncomfortable if you spend long amounts of time on your feet.  

When it comes to wood, one of the first decisions to be made is whether you prefer engineered or solid hardwood.  Engineered woods tend to offer greater durability and flexibility in installation, while the texture and appearance of solid hardwood are its strongest appeals.  

If something a little less traditional is more your speed, an option such as foot-friendly cork or a modern take on vinyl may be more to your liking.  Vinyl planks can now be waterproof for kitchen use and look like wood or tile.  It is also easy to install and can be put over existing flooring.

Sink
Considering the abuse this vessel endures, this is one place the material is especially important.  Classic stainless steel is not only practical, but it's also extremely versatile.  It is a favorite among cooks and designers alike.  Hot pans won't hurt it and it's less likely than harder materials to damage delicate dishware that may slip from your grip.

If you're looking to make a statement, an enameled cast-iron sink may be the answer.  They withstand heavy pots to searing skillets and you can choose from a wide range of colors.   Another tough, yet elegant choice is a composite sink.  Kohler's Cairn sink is an example.  It is made of Neoroc, a matte-finish composite material designed for extreme durability and unmatched beauty.  Neoroc resists scratches, stains and fading and is highly heat and impact resistant.

Counter Tops
Counters can take a real beating.  That's what makes stone a favorite for this surface.  Natural stones, such as granite or quartz are hardy, but engineered options offer even greater resilience.  Marble and limestone deliver beauty similar to natural stone, but these softer materials require more care and caution.

Concrete and wood are popular and stylish alternatives, but their susceptibility to stains and other imperfections may make them impractical for a busy home.  

Then, for the budget-conscious, there are ample options in laminate, which falls in the mid-range for durability, to achieve an eye-catching look for less.



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HSV Escape Room - Sweetheart's Evil Matchmaker
Sponsored by HSV POA Recreation Department
Coronado Community Center, 150 Ponderosa Lane
February 12, 2019 - March 31, 2019 | Times Vary
There is an evil matchmaker that needs to be revealed and thus stopped! There are lots of games, puzzles and mysteries to solve in this escape room. All of them lead up to the revealing the evil matchmaker and finding the key to the door so you can escape the room. True love will prevail! This room is a great adventure for up to 6 players. No Village knowledge required - everything you need is in the room. Tickets available at hsvticketsales.com.  For additional times please contact the Coronado Center at 501-922-5050 or email jarcher@hsvpoa.org


Joe David Rice to Speak on Arkansas Backstories
Sponsored by Saline County Library
Coronado Center Library, 150 Ponderosa Lane
March 5, 2019 | 2p
No Charge
Joe David Rice, author of  Arkansas Backstories: Quirks, Characters, and Curiosities of the Natural State, will feature talks on lesser-known aspects of American's twenty-fifth state. Rice uses short essays and illustrations to showcase the things that make Arkansas so special, from evidence that Abraham Lincoln lived in northeast Arkansas to the connections between Arkansas and the Texas fight for independence.


Polymer Clay Art Class
Sponsored by Arts Connection and the HSV POA Recreation Department
Ponce De Leon Center, 1101 Desoto Boulevard
Wednesdays, March 6 - 27, 2019 | 10am-1pm
Class fee $160 per person
Polymer clay is an art medium that is quickly expanding throughout the art world both in the decorative and the fine arts because of its versatility and ease of entry. Students will learn how to prepare, form, texture, imprint, foil, cane and layer in various colors, and cure polymer clay from the instructor, Marlene Gremillion. Fee covers all materials and supplies. Tickets at  hsvticketsales.com .


Muses "Celtic Spring" Concert
Woodlands Auditorium - 1101 DeSoto Blvd
Friday, March 8, 2019 - 7:00 p.m.
The Muses "Celtic Spring" is a Celtic Women -Style concert that showcases Irish, Scottish and English ballads. These are performed by four lead professional female voices, dancers, a mixed ensemble and talented professional musicians, and includes Irish harp, flute, and drums. Join us and let "Celtic Spring" musically transport you to the Emerald Isles and magical woodland glades, just in time for St Patrick's Day. General Admission tickets are only $35. For further information or to purchase the Muses 2019 "Art in Song' subscription concert tickets, please contact the Muses Project at 501.609.9811 or www.themusesproject.org.


HSV Concerts Association Presents
Farewell Angelina
Woodlands Auditorium - 1101 DeSoto Blvd
Wednesday - Friday, March 13-15, 2019 - 7:30 p.m.   General admission tickets: $30

The Hot Springs Village Concerts Association presents Farewell Angelina. Named after a haunting Bob Dylan song, this all-female country group with four powerhouse vocalists, dynamic songwriters and multi-instrumentalists took Nashville by storm. Their stellar blend of heart-stopping harmonies over blazing double violins and guitars has earned soaring praise across the board. Rolling Stone says, "Wickedly smart songwriting delivered with a healthy dash of sass...deft playing...into one sonic knockout punch."


OSS: Cara Brookins - How to Build a Bigger Future 
Tuesday, March 19, 2019 - 6:15 p.m.
General admission tickets: $12
Series package: $30
The Ouachita Speaker Series presents Cara Brookins. Cara will explain how your vision, mindset and focus become the building blocks for success. Cara is best known for being the Mom who built her own house using YouTube tutorials. She is the author of eight books including "Rise - How a House Built a Family",which is currently being made into a Hollywood feature film. Her keynote presentation combines strong content in an entertaining way to inspire her audiences to a better life.  Join us for the Social at 6:15 p.m. and enjoy wine and cookies, then hear our speaker in the Auditorium at 7 p.m.


HSV Players present Old Time Radio Theatre

Coron ado Community Center -  150 Ponderosa Lane
Friday - Saturday, March 22-23, 2019 - 7:00 p.m.
Sunday, March 24, 2:00 p.m.
General admission tickets: $20
Opening night special for Friday show is only $15.
Join The Village Players as they present "Old Time Radio Theatre" at the Coronado Center. Complete with sound effects and a unique set, the Players will recreate Abbott & Costello, The Bickersons, My Friend Irma and more. 


Central Methodist University Concert Band 
Woodlands Auditorium - 1101 DeSoto Blvd
Saturday, March 23, 2019 - 7:00 p.m.
Free-will donations accepted.
Come and enjoy some tremendous concert band music from one of the truly great music traditions in the Midwest. Central Methodist University is a private, coeducational, liberal arts university in Fayette, Missouri. CMU is accredited to offer masters, bachelors, and associate degrees. The school is affiliated with the United Methodist Church.  It was chartered by the Missouri General Assembly on March 15, 1855. It has been strong in instrumental and vocal music since the early 1900's. It has produced many music educators over the years, as well as two famous band composers, Claude T. Smith and David Holsinger. This band will have a majority of music majors playing in it.  The annual Spring Tour has been going on since the 1930's and is a strong part of the musical experience for the music majors at CMU.  The concert repertoire will be very similar to what we like to hear from the Hot Springs Community Band, from  Marches to Classics. The tour is being sponsored by all three United Methodist Churches in Hot Springs Village: Village UMC, Christ of the Hills UMC and Mountainside UMC.  


Marty Haggard - A Tribute to My Dad
Woodlands Auditorium - 1101 DeSoto Blvd
Thursday, March 28, 2019 - 7:30 p.m.
General admission tickets: $25
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HSV POA  presents Marty Haggard, the oldest son of the legendary Merle Haggard.  Watch Marty pay tribute to his dad through stories and songs. Marty and many others calls his dad the greatest singer songwriter in music history. Marty will share stories of the past while growing up by his dad's side as he was writing and recording these great country music songs. Marty will also share a few of his original songs.


Events Around Arkansas

Looking for something fun to do? Click here to search the events shared online by the Arkansas Department of Parks & Tourism, using a handy search feature that allows you to customize the dates, city/region, distance, and category of events you're looking for. It's a great way to find a reason to get out and explore our beautiful state! 


Blackened Catfish Tacos


Ingredients
Vegetable oil, for oiling grill grates
8 Tortillas, flour or corn (8 in)
1/4 Cup Cajun blackening seasoning
1 lb Catfish fillets
1 Red onion, sliced into thick rings
2 Tomatoes, chopped
1 Avacado, diced
1/2 Cup sour cream
Lime wedges, for serving
1 Cup loosely packed fresh cilantro leaves
Hot Sauce, for serving

1.)   Coat a grill rack with oil and preheat the grill on high for 5 minutes.

2.)   Place the blackening seasoning in a shallow baking dish. Roll the catfish in the seasoning until well coated. Reduce the grill to medium-high, and grill the onions over direct heat until well browned and wilting, turning once, about 10 minutes. Meanwhile, grill the fish over direct heat until cooked through, turning once, about 6 minutes. At the same time, place the tortillas directly on the grill for 1 minute per side. Stack the tortillas and wrap them in foil or a clean towel to keep warm.

3.)   Arrange the fish on a plate, and flake into bite-size pieces with a fork. Transfer the onions to a separate plate. Place the tomatoes, avocado, sour cream, lime wedges and cilantro in separate bowls. Set out with the warm tortillas and hot sauce, and invite guests to make their own tacos.


 ~Valerie Bertinelli, Food Network

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GOLF DEPARTMENT 

HSV State Weeks: 

Invite your friends and family to play and save in Hot Springs Village! Guests who play during their designated state's week play at member rates. This includes golf fees, fitness center day passes and tennis court reservations. The 2017 HSV State Weeks calendar is available online. 
Click Here to view the calendar and learn more about the program.
  

Nine Hole Reservations:
Golfers may now book 9-hole tee times in advance of the day of play beginning at Noon (12:00 p.m.) the day Prior to The Day of Play. For reservations you may call Central Tee Times at 501-922-2858 or the Pro Shops. The fees will be 9-hole green fees and 9-hole cart fees


A Troon Golf Destination
Hot Springs Village has always been a golfer's destination, and now to keep its golf program at the top of its game, HSV recently teamed with Troon Golf, the industry's leader in upscale golf courses. As one of the newest additions to the Troon family of golf destination, Hot Springs Village delivers an exceptional golf experience! Plus, Village members can take advantage of the  Troon Member Advantage Program and have access to upscale courses around the world.

Troon apps are available for seven of our nine courses. The apps have many benefits and extras: Scorecards, Facebook link, GPS caddie and pro tips, range finder, swing tips, weather, Troon special offers and the ability to book tee times through the PlayOST app! For Apple smart phones and tablets, search by the Golf Course Name for the free app in the Apple Store and then download. For Android smart phones and tablets, search and download from the Play Store. Or access them easily via key links on each individual golf course page.
Schedule your tee time today at troonadvantage.com

Ouachita Sports Trail
Eight of the nine golf courses in Hot Springs Village are part of the Ouachita Sports Trail, spotlighting the best outdoor recreation in the area. Swing through as many as 207 holes of golf at some of the best courses in the state: Two in Hot Springs, one in Glenwood and eight in Hot Springs Village. Book your tee times online at great rates and sign up for exclusive golf specials.


Hot Springs Village Visitor App:
HSVPOA announces our "new" HSV Visitor App. Benefits of the free apps include: 
  • Community event calendar and tickets.
  • Book tee times or link to our golf course apps featuring scorecards, pro golf tips and more.
  • Explore local attractions.
  • Real-time social media interaction.
  • Village map, attraction directions and GPS-based car locator feature.
  • HSV photo gallery.
  • Rate your stay survey.
  • Weather checker.
Download our new HSV Visitor App today. Search 
"Hot Springs Village" for the free App in the Apple Store then download.

HSV Golf Apps:
Bring your game to a new level. Download Free HSV Golf Apps courtesy of Troon Golf. For Apple smart phones and tablets, search by the golf course name for the App in the Apple Store then download. For Android smart phones and tablets, search and download from the Play Store.The App features and benefits include: Scorecards, Facebook link, Book Tee Times through the app via PlayOST, GPS, Caddie and Pro Tips, Range Finder, Swing Tips, Weather and Troon special offers. Apps are available for all HSV courses, except Coronado. 
  
For information on the many other recreational activities, such as the Dog Park, fitness center, beaches, lakes, fishing, tennis, pickleball, and many more, click Here.

 

Sound decisions can only be made with accurate and reliable information, and I am happy to be a trusted resource for you. Thank you for the opportunity to provide you with my monthly Newsletter. I look forward to answering any questions you may have and the opportunity to be your REALTORĀ®.

I Love Referrals!
Please contact me if your friends or family members would appreciate my services or would like to join my emailing list. I know the HSV market well and I can show and sell any home here.
 

Susie Burns, GRI

Realtor
Office: 501-922-3777
Fax: 501-922-4066
Toll Free: 888-828-9478
Cell (direct): 501-922-8989

Visit My Website for information, photos, and links to the Village and surrounding area as well as listings in the MLS and a link to my past newsletters.
 
 " The Susie Burns Team"
Susie & Nichola 


Links and Information

A look at the POA, Fitness Center, Golf, Woodlands Auditorium & Coronado Community Center events.
 
Recreation fees for property owners and guests.

  
  
Pickle Ball   
  
Trails 
  
 
HSV outdoor enthusiasts who want to play and explore, providing exciting outdoor opportunities for residents and sponsored guest.
 
 

Order tickets online and have them emailed directly to you.

Golf
For any and all HSV golf information.

State Weeks 
Info on golf in the Village for non-property owners!!

The latest issue of RE/MAX Homes for sale in the Village. I can show and sell anything in this issue as well as all property listed for sale in the Village.
Videos of Village residents from around the country.

View the masterplan and other Village information.
 
The day-to-day running of the POA is handled by an average of 500 employees assigned to one of six departments: Administration, Golf, Planning & Inspections, Public Safety, Public Works and Recreation & Club Services. POA job openings here.
 
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