at Davis Ranch

History and Vision

These rolling hills are deeply rooted in the Davis Family.  H.S. Davis acquired the property over 50 years ago, prior to construction of Arkansas Hwy 107.  The land was cleared in the early 60’s and used for cattle grazing as part of the vast Davis Ranch, which straddles the Faulkner / Pulaski County Line on Arkansas Hwy 107. 

Nearly half a century later the Davis Family decided to subdivide a portion of the Davis Ranch, in Southern Faulkner County, and formed the Seven Point Lake LLC. as the developing entity.  The name derives from the seven streams that feed the lake area.  The vision to create a quality lifestyle and value not found in most tract subdivisions is conceived by a sensitive land plan. This process began with a master land plan for the entire Ranch and a refined subdivision plan for the area north of Arkansas Highway 107. Seven Point Lake LLC. retained Jack Castin of Castin & Associates, Little Rock for expertise in large-scale community planning.

Planned Community

A 22-acre lake is the focal point of the community. The master plan provides for a series of identifiable housing clusters of single-family lots while retaining the most severe sloped terrain as permanent open spaces. Seven Point Lake Community will feature all underground city utilities.  Walking trails are planned to connect each housing cluster and are also a feature along the perimeter of the lake.  A series of common open spaces link the pedestrian trail, community park, and the green belt areas running through out the community. The Davis family donated 15 acres to Vilonia School District for the site of a new elementary school to be located ½ mile east of the Seven Point Lake entrance. This elementary school is tentatively scheduled for construction by 2010.

A mandatory property’s owners association is included as part of the community benefit and will regulate future development as well as maintain common park areas. A central common POA recreation facility encompassing about 5 acres is programmed at the western end of the lake.  The lake is being designed as a premiere fishing lake with input form the Arkansas Game and Fish Commission on construction of fish habitat. 

Exciting distant and panoramic views can be found throughout.  From the entrance looking Northwest, one can see towers in Conway, looking Southwest one can view the buildings in downtown Little Rock. The tabletop mountain to the Northeast is called Round Mountain in the El Paso community.  Many lots will have a direct view of Seven Point Lake.