Beau Durbin has an edge when it comes to finding properties with potential, and there is no place with as much potential as downtown Hot Springs.
Hot Springs residents Jasen and Kristen Shamlin sort of stumbled into the vacation rental business. The Arkansas natives moved to Hot Springs 11 years ago to enjoy lake living and start a family, but after completing renovations on their home, they discovered a savvy business opportunity.
Experience the opulence of an era when bathhouses were the playgrounds for the rich and famous at the Hot Springs National Park Visitors Center, housed in the historic Fordyce Bathhouse on Central Avenue.
The future of Oaklawn is looking bright with a huge expansion project underway costing in excess of $100 million — making it one of the largest hospitality investments in the history of Arkansas.