Lot 32/Phase II
1087 Mustang Drive consists of Lot 32 of Phase II of Holley Mountian Airpark. The 2.6 acre property is adjacent to the runway on the 23 approach end.
The lot is approximatley 450' deep by 245' wide at it's widest end along Mustang Drive.
The property line adjacent to the runway extends to within 25' of the runway edge.
The house is centrally located within the treed area of the lot. The property slopes away from Mustang Drive - gradulaly at first, then more steeply - providing excellent east-facing views of the valley below, perfect to enjoy sunrise in the living room or on the decks. The driveway extends from the garage toward Mustang Drive and adjacent to the hangar structure. The back door of the hangar is approx. 125' from the breezeway of the house. A stamped concrete driveway connects the double-hung rear doors of the hangar to the main driveway providing access to the hangar for motorcycles, tractors, 4-wheelers, etc. without having to open the main Hi-fold hangar doors.
The orientation of the house in relation to the runway provieds an excellent view of aircraft on final approch for Runway 23!
The grounds feature a variety of planting beds bordered by natural Arkansas stone, all with drip irrigation systems. A dry creek bed of moss and lichen covered local stone biscects the front yard between the hangar and the house. Each year, hundreds of daffodills and crocus announce the approaching spring.
The small builing to the north of the house is a 16' by 16' utility building constructed in 2009.
It was designed and built in the spirit of the famous Wiley Post hangar and museum in Oklahoma City.
For several years, it was headquarters for "Chicken Aviation", our free-range poultry project for fresh eggs. Today it's used to store outdoor tools, but still retains the equipment, access and fencing for your own backyard flock of birds.
This mini hangar, with a propeller for door pulls, even has it's own mini windsock!