Central Oregon Real Estate News


Nov. 17, 2018

For Sale Deschutes River Frontage, Bend, Oregon $537,000 by Tuttle & Tuttle


Nestled on a park like, landscaped .60-acre parcel directly on the Deschutes River.  Unobstructed views in all directions.  Enjoy long days on the dock or on the extensive paver patio.  This lovely well maintained single-level home is 2581 square feet with an open floor plan offering formal and casual living space.  Both living areas flow between a large kitchen with inviting island for family gatherings. The kitchen has a wall of windows all looking towards the river.  The oversized master suite includes, two walk-in closets and a large office with private patio to the river.  The attention to detail is endless, including a breezeway and potting shed. There is room for all your toys, with a three car, oversized garage with an estimated 500 sf bonus room.  There are two additional storage buildings, 12×10 and 10×10.  This property is not in a flood plain and no has HOA fees. Priced to sell and ready for you, your kayak and fishing pole.

There is a large bonus space above garage with solid staircase access. Per seller the well is 60 feet deep.  Roof was replaced in 2005, exterior painted in 2008, there are two water heaters, a 50 gallon and an additional 10 gallon located in the kitchen.  Wood stove is certified.  Storage buildings are 12×10 and 10×10

Nov. 8, 2018

‘Tis the Season for Winter Fun and Seasonal Activities in Sunriver

As the temperature drops and we start to use our fireplaces for warmth as well as ambiance, we look forward to a jolly and bright winter season in Sunriver. In addition to snow sports at Mt. Bachelor and the surrounding area, Sunriver has a variety of seasonal fun planned for the winter and holiday seasons. Whether you plan on moving to Sunriver this season or will be visiting for the holidays, you’ll find something for everyone to enjoy while you’re here. Plan ahead to attend these winter events in Sunriver.

Traditions Holiday Celebration at Sunriver Resort

The biggest holiday celebration comes in the form of Sunriver Resort’s Traditions Holiday Celebrations with activities and events occurring through the end of the year. Traditions kicks off on Saturday, November 17 with Grand Illumination and runs through Tuesday, January, 1. We’ve included an array of events that will be happening throughout the season, but a full list and descriptions of everything going on during Traditions can be found in this brochure.

Grand Illumination
Saturday, Nov. 17
12pm – 7pm

Grand Illumination has become a favorite tradition for locals and holiday visitors to Sunriver. Head over to the Lodge at Sunriver Resort for the Grand Illumination tree lighting ceremony and enjoy an evening of fun for the entire family. Visit with Santa, participate in children’s crafts, train rides, Oregon Observatory telescope viewing, face painting, fireworks and more. The Resort will have local food vendors on site as well as food available from their restaurants. Activities begin at 12pm on Saturday with the lighting ceremony taking place at 5:45pm.

Holiday Marketplace
Friday, Nov. 23 – Saturday, Nov. 24
10am – 4pm

Find a special gift or treat yourself at the 17th Annual Sunriver Resort Holiday Marketplace in the Homestead Building. This annual arts and crafts show features items created by local and regional artists including jewelry, fine art, metalwork, soaps and lotions, woodworking and more.

Gingerbread Junction
Saturday, Dec. 1 – Tuesday, Jan. 1

The 23rd annual Gingerbread Junction benefits Habitat for Humanity of La Pine and Sunriver. Gingerbread houses will be on display in the Abbot Room of Sunriver Resort and include works of art constructed by local artists, students and businesses.

Elf Tuck-Ins
Various dates throughout the holiday season.

Santa’s helpers read your child a bedtime Christmas story and says goodnight with warm holiday wishes and a special treat bag. Tuck-ins are available throughout Sunriver, Caldera Springs and Crosswater by appointment for children under age 12.

Santa’s Workshop
Fridays and Saturdays from Thanksgiving through Christmas. Daily December 21-26, closed on Christmas Day.

Create your own holiday keepsake when stepping into Santa’s magical workshop. Visitors can sip a warm mug of hot cocoa. Create a hand-painted ceramic mug, glass ornaments, nightlights and more when visiting Santa’s Workshop at Sunriver Resort.

Sunriver Music Festival’s Christmas Concert
Friday, Dec. 7
Doors at 6pm, Concert at 6:30pm

Treat yourself to an evening of holiday music, cold beer and warm friends at Sunriver Music Festival’s annual Christmas concert held in the Homestead Building at Sunriver Resort. This year’s concert features boogie-woogie pianist Arthur Migliazza. Visit sunrivermusicfestival.org for more information about tickets.

Sleigh Rides
Reservations: 541-593-6995

Treat your family or friends to a beautiful horse-drawn sleigh ride along the Deschutes River. Sunriver Stables offers rides in a Victorian sleigh, which holds four adults and two children comfortably.  Cuddle up under a warm blanket and experience this time-honored Sunriver tradition.

Brunches and Dinners
Various dates and times throughout the holiday season.

Gather with friends and family for incredible holiday meals and brunches at Sunriver Resort. Beginning with a holiday plated brunch at Carson’s American Kitchen on Saturday and Sunday, November 17 and 18, you can taste the season at Sunriver Resort. Thanksgiving dinners, brunch with Santa, Christmas dinners, New Years dinners and brunches can all be expected to be delicious.

New Year’s Eve Party
Monday, Dec. 31 at Sunriver Resort
9pm – 1am, Doors at 8pm

Ring in 2019 with a dance party at Sunriver Resort. The event includes party favors and a champagne toast as well as music and an open dance floor. Attendees must be 21 years old or older and advanced ticket sales begin on December 1.

Activities at The Village at Sunriver

Sunriver Resort isn’t the only venue hosting holiday events and activities in Sunriver this season. The Village at Sunriver hosts an array of holiday activities for the entire family starting with the Rockin’ Holiday Kickoff over Thanksgiving weekend.

Santa’s Little Helper Workshops
Wednesdays, Nov 21 – Dec 19

Elf team leaders help kids in the one workshop you won’t want to miss this holiday season. Kids create a holiday gift for a loved one in their life. This is a kids only event, which allows parents to enjoy time spent holiday shopping or enjoying each other’s company. The workshop includes a holiday snack and each workshop is limited to 12 kids, ages 5-12.

Ice Skating in The Village
Opens Thanksgiving Day

Ice skating in Sunriver has been a favorite activity among locals and visitors for many years and with a newly upgraded rink you can enjoy this winter tradition. Hours vary daily and depend on the holidays, but ice skating operations run through the winter season.

Rockin’ Holiday Kickoff
Saturday, Nov. 24
2pm – 7pm

Now coming into its third year, the Rockin’ Holiday Kickoff welcomes the winter and holiday seasons with hot coffee and cocoa as well as carolers and various performers. Visit Santa Claus for free photos and then explore the Alpine Express Trackless Train. End the night by watching the lighting of the Village Christmas tree and a rockin’ concert to ring in the holiday season.

2019 Sunriver Brewing Company K-9 Keg Pull
Saturday, Feb. 2
12pm – 3pm

Come back in February for Sunriver Brewing Company’s K-9 Keg Pull, which features dogs in a variety of weight divisions pulling “kegs” down a 150-foot snow runway. Each participating pooch will be timed and prizes will be awarded in each weight category. Vendors for humans and canines will be on-and during the event. Participants and spectators are encouraged to bring dog food donations, which will be given to the Humane Society of Central Oregon.

Happy holidays from Scott, Robyn and Jordan from team Tuttle and Tuttle. We hope you’ll visit us while you’re in Sunriver for the holidays at our offices in The Village at Sunriver.

Posted in News
Oct. 29, 2018

Find Your New Home in Bend, 4th Fastest Growing Small City in the US

Riverside Buildings at Sunset

Earlier this month, personal finance website WalletHub published the results of an extensive study that ranks U.S. cities based on a variety of factors. The website announced that Bend ranks this year as the fourth fastest-growing small city in the U.S. In order to determine the ranking, WalletHub compared 515 U.S. cities through 15 key metrics. Datasets ranged from a city’s college-educated population to unemployment rate decreases.

According to the economic growth survey conducted by the company, Bend ranks 13th for population growth, first for job growth and 21st in median household income growth. With a growing number of jobs, a low unemployment rate and a continually increasing number of businesses coming to the area, Bend proves to be drawing in residents from all over the nation.

An article published by The Bulletin, Bend’s daily newspaper, reported in June that Central Oregon leads the state with a 15% growth rate for employment projections. The Oregon Employment Department reports that the region is expected to add close to 15,000 jobs by 2027, making it an even more desirable location to call home.

Why Move to Bend?

Beyond economic factors, Bend attracts new residents thanks to the recreational wonderland we call home, along with entertainment, cultural and quality of life elements. With increased job growth projected for the area, you can find a great job and spend your weekends skiing at Mt. Bachelor, exploring the dozens of breweries that call the area home and tear up the mountain bike trails at Phil’s Trail.

In addition to being your gateway to the great outdoors, Bend offers something for everyone. Head downtown on First Friday and discover works from area artists spanning the gamut of styles and techniques. Art and culture take hold over at the DIY Cave and the Brightplace Gallery on Bend’s Southeast side. There’s never a shortage of galleries displaying local art, stage performances, cultural events and live music. Bend boasts a strong community culture that allows everyone to connect with people pursuing similar passions.

Bend celebrates entrepreneurs in addition to job seekers. Many people in Bend make a living as their own boss, from skilled trades like woodworking to artists to the tech-savvy digital nomads that can work from anywhere. And when you have the ability to work from anywhere, why not work from the Clearing Rock Bar between turns on the 4,300 acres accessible via ski lift at Mt. Bachelor? Living in Bend allows you to live your own dream without the confines of a traditional 9-5 existence (though you’ll find great office jobs in Bend, too!).

Finding Your Dream Home in Bend with Tuttle and Tuttle

Are you considering a move to Central Oregon? The team at Tuttle and Tuttle can assist you in finding your dream home in Bend, Sunriver, Redmond and throughout Central Oregon. We love working with transplants who are ready to make the big move and start living the Bend lifestyle. We moved to Central Oregon permanently in 2009 and have since mastered the lifestyle and can be your advocate in the purchase of a new home in Bend, Oregon.

Scott, Jordan and I have worked with home buyers from all over the country. We work with potential buyers who can’t be here in person to view their home before move in. We work with people who’ve lived in Central Oregon for their entire lives and simply want a new home in Bend. We all have extensive experience in finance and real estate making us the perfect partner when it comes to finding your dream home in Central Oregon.

You can catch Scott at golf courses throughout Central Oregon and he can give you great recommendations for the best courses to play during every season. Don’t be surprised when you run into Robyn enjoying the sights and sounds of the Bend Summer Festival. Jordan can expertly navigate area rivers on a paddleboard and give you pointers on where the locals go to avoid the crowds during the busy summer months on Central Oregon waterways. We love Central Oregon and look forward to introducing you to our mountain paradise.

Are you one of the people flocking to Bend, the fourth fastest-growing small city in the U.S.? Allow Tuttle and Tuttle to become your partner in finding your dream home and establishing yourself as a Bend local. Contact us for more information about the real estate market and finding your new home in Bend, Oregon.

Posted in News
Oct. 25, 2018

Why You Shouldn’t Pick a Real Estate Agent off Zillow for Bend OR

After reading the title of this blog, you may find yourself wondering, “Why shouldn’t I choose a Bend OR real estate agent off of Zillow?” What could the harm be? What differences are there between realtors that reading reviews online wouldn’t give me? Choosing a realtor off of Zillow for Bend OR takes the human element out of home buying and selling.

Beyond providing shelter, our homes create the setting where we develop and connect with other people. For many, finding their next home means finding the place where their child or grandchild may take their first steps. Where you share stories and bottles of wine. Where life happens. Sometimes you may luck out by searching for a realtor on Zillow for Bend OR and find that the person with the most reviews will be the perfect match for your needs. On the other hand, choosing a real estate agent on Zillow may not lead to your dream home with the best possible buying or selling experience.

Why Work With Tuttle and Tuttle Instead of Finding a Realtor on Zillow for Bend OR

When it comes to selecting a realtor to help you buy or sell your next home, the human element plays a large role. You’ll be interacting with this person or team to handle the sale or purchase of one of the biggest investments you’ll make in your lifetime. Beyond how you get along with and communicate with a realtor, their experience speaks volumes. At Tuttle and Tuttle, Scott and I both bring long careers in finance and the title and escrow industries to the table.

We have a long-standing connection to Central Oregon — we were married in Sunriver in 1991 and were able to purchase a second home in the area in 2004. We relocated to Central Oregon full-time in 2009 and decided to use our collective experience in real estate to the help Central Oregon residents find their dream homes in Bend and Sunriver. Every year since 2014, Scott and I have been in the top 2% of all real estate sales in Central Oregon.

Searching for a realtor on Zillow for Bend may help you find a real estate agent, but when you choose to work with Tuttle and Tuttle, you benefit from our combined experience in finance, marketing, negotiation and a cultivated love for Central Oregon and knowledge of the area. We encourage you to reach out, talk to us on the phone, meet us in person and work with us to establish the true connection you seek in a broker-client relationship.

Reviews for Tuttle and Tuttle

Don’t just take our word for it. We have been able to help buyers and sellers throughout the Central Oregon region. With 12 new people moving to Central Oregon daily, many of our clients come from out of town and typically don’t have an established relationship with a broker in the area. We bring an elevated level of knowledge about the area and the Central Oregon real estate market to the table for our clients.

“Scott and Robin were such a pleasure to work with. We are from out of state and from the very first information call with Scott, we knew we had contacted an extremely knowledgeable realtor. Then, when we met him in person, we were so impressed with how informative he was and how much time he took with us. We felt we could trust him completely. His delightful associate Danielle drove us all around different properties and she quickly got a sense of what kind of property we were looking for. They kept us informed of all the properties for sale in Sunriver that fit our needs and within a few months, they found the perfect house for us. The whole process went very smoothly and quickly. They also had helpful recommendations for local companies who could help us with any improvements we wanted to make on the house. We would highly recommend them!”

Realtor Approved

We had the privilege of working with a couple in the real estate industry to assist in the selling of their old home and purchase of a new home. The couple couldn’t have been more pleased and would encourage you to work with the Tuttle and Tuttle team in the future.

“Scott and Robyn Tuttle, and their associate Jordan Bailey are the Dream Team for selling and buying real estate in Central Oregon. My husband and I are both in the real estate industry and get to witness first hand, the highs and lows of this field, which has the potential to make us tough clients to please. Our choice to work with Scott and Robyn was the best we could have made. From start to finish we were blown away by the kindness, knowledge, expertise, attention to detail and professionalism Robyn and Scott brought to the sale of our existing home, and purchase of our new home. We could not be more pleased with our experience, and will be referring everyone we know to the Tuttle & Tuttle Team!”

Choose the Right Partner

In a blog post published by Zillow (How to Find Your Perfect Real Estate Agent), they refer to their Agent Finder functionality as “a real estate Tinder.” At Tuttle and Tuttle, we don’t believe choosing a real estate agent comes down to the quick, aesthetics-only style of dating promoted by Zillow. Buying real estate is a major investment, one that takes time, consideration, research and a partner who will be there for you for the long haul. Choosing the person who helps you buy or sell your home shouldn’t come down to the fleeting feelings of the swipe culture. It anchors on experience, determination and true human connection.

Instead of relying on the snap decisions of swiping in the Tinder-style real estate Agent Finder functionality on Zillow for Bend, we encourage you to develop a true connection with a skilled agent. At Tuttle and Tuttle, we know that when it comes to buying your next home, you’re looking for an agent who understands the long-term relationship you want to have with this piece of property. We specialize in uniting extraordinary homes with extraordinary people and would love to meet you in person to chat about your future.

Posted in News
Oct. 18, 2018

Waterfront 4 Bedroom Cabin minutes from Sunriver $425,000 by Tuttle & Tuttle

Asking price $425,000

All you need is your suitcase. Start making memories today. This beautiful home situated in the pine trees has everything you’ve been looking for. Enjoy your morning soak in the hot tub on the large back deck over looking the water. More than half acre of privacy with an oversized 25 X 30 garage & storage building for all your toys. Just minutes to Sunriver Resort, Mt. Bachelor and countless lakes and trails.

Oct. 11, 2018


Negotiation is a subtle art in real estate, but skilled negotiators can usually find some common ground that satisfies all parties. On the other hand, using the wrong negotiation tactics can sink a deal pretty quickly. Here are some negotiation tactics buyers (and real estate professionals) should avoid:

  1. Lowball offers: Going far below market value when you make an offer damages your credibility as a buyer and can be insulting to the seller. The seller has a range in mind that they’ll accept, and if you’re not even approaching the low end of that range, they won’t even consider the offer.
  2. Incremental negotiations: Don’t continue to go back to the seller with small increases in your offer ($1,000 or less). The constant back-and-forth can grow tiresome and lead the seller to consider other opportunities.
  3. “Take it or leave it”: Try not to draw a line in the sand with your initial offer. The seller can get defensive and consider other offers if you immediately show that you’re unwilling to budge. Even if it’s true, don’t make a show of it.
  4. Nitpicking after inspection: Obviously if inspection reveals a major issue, it should be factored into the final sale price. But insisting on a lower price for every minor repair can put negotiations in a stalemate.
  5. Asking for more, more, more: Some buyers will request that the sellers throw in add-ons like furniture or appliances that weren’t included in the listing. Try to avoid giving the seller a reason to build up resentment and think that you’re being greedy.
Sept. 30, 2018

Is There a Bubble? Find Out Why We Don’t Think There’s a Bend Real Estate Bubble

With housing prices continuing to trend upward in the Bend real estate market, Robyn and I often get asked, “Do you think there’s a bubble? When will the bubble burst?” After the bubble burst in 2006, many Central Oregon residents fear another recession and rising housing costs remind buyers of the rise they saw in the early 2000s. At Tuttle and Tuttle, we don’t believe there is a Bend real estate bubble and as long as the current demand continues, so will the trend in upward pricing.

A Different Market Today

When considering the possibility of a Bend real estate bubble, it’s important to know the difference between the current market and the pre-recession bubble market of 12 years ago. We don’t live under the same market conditions as we did in 2006 for a variety of reasons. According to CoreLogic reports, the typical mortgage payment high point in 2006 reflected an abundance of subprime and other risky home financing practices, which are no longer widely available. This allowed homebuyers to reach their financial max, creating an artificial price peak.

The report by CoreLogic also converts typical mortgage payments for inflation and while payments have trended higher in recent years, they remain below the record levels that hit back in June of 2006. In addition to high demand, Central Oregon housing prices continue to trend with inflation without hitting close to the record highs of the last housing bubble.

Concerns that lending institutions are easing standards to a similar level that assisted in creating the last housing bubble prove to be nowhere near as bad as they had been before the market crash. According to The Urban Institute’s Housing Finance Policy Center, lenders won’t tolerate defaults and they have imposed higher lending standards. In their July Housing Credit Availability Index, they revealed that space remains to safely expand the credit box, citing that we’re well within the safe, pre-crisis space.

Low Foreclosure Rates

One of the biggest factors in the last housing bubble burst came from the number of foreclosures that hit the market during that time. Today, foreclosure numbers are lower than they were before the housing boom. According to the Federal Reserve’s most recent Household Debt and Credit Report, we see much lower numbers of new foreclosures today:

  • 2003: 203,320
  • 2009: 566,180
  • Today: 76,480

We see that foreclosure rates today are less than 40 percent of what they were during the housing boom in 2003. Lower foreclosure rates contribute to the current Bend real estate market and the argument against a Central Oregon housing bubble.

People Still Believe in Buying Houses

In an article by The Source Weekly, the local alternative paper, about 2018 real estate trends, they cite a study conducted by the National Association of Realtors that shows people still believe in buying houses. 86 percent of millennials surveyed agreed that buying a home is a good financial decision, but less than 40 percent of people 34 and under currently own homes nationwide. The study discusses debt as being a large factor for this, specifically student loan debt.

Is There a Bend Real Estate Bubble?

Some of the same factors still influence the Central Oregon real estate market — limited inventory and an influx of new people to the area, but our research doesn’t consider the current housing climate to be a bubble that will soon burst. Expect Bend real estate prices to even out, but due to inflation, lower foreclosure rates and higher lending standards, prices won’t necessarily be dropping in the near future.

Do you want more information about the Bend real estate market including trends and analysis? Reach out to Robyn and Scott Tuttle, your Central Oregon luxury real estate experts. We look forward to chatting with you about the Sunriver and Bend real estate market.

Sept. 24, 2018

Work with the Tuttle and Tuttle Team For Your Central Oregon Real Estate Needs

Choosing the ideal Central Oregon real estate broker can be difficult with the volume of qualified and talented agents in the region. That choice becomes instantly easier when you meet The Tuttle’s and our team at Cascade Sotheby’s International Realty. Scott and myself, Robyn Tuttle, relocated to Central Oregon from Portland in 2009. We decided to combine our extensive real estate backgrounds in order to help current and future Central Oregonians buy or sell their dream home in Bend and Sunriver. We specialize in uniting extraordinary homes with extraordinary lives.

Scott and Robyn Tuttle — Central Oregon Real Estate Brokers

Scott and I know what it’s like to transition from a bigger city like Portland to Central Oregon and we pass along this knowledge to our valued clients. As relocation specialists, we know what you’re looking for when considering a move to Central Oregon. We’ve been through it and can help you in your transition to the area. We’ve also owned investment properties in Sunriver and have history working with local property management companies, which gives us an edge over the competition.

Scott and I both have had long careers in the finance and title and escrow industries. We bring our executive-level management experience with Fortune 500 companies to our business and use those skills to make the home buying or selling process as seamless as possible for you. We boast skills in negotiation, marketing, market analysis, finance and effective communication. We know the ins and the outs of the Central Oregon real estate market and can help you find the ideal property for your lifestyle and personal requirements.

We have been in the top 2% of all real estate sales in Central Oregon every year since 2014 and only continue to grow and thrive in the area. We are top performers in all market conditions, which makes us the clear choice for your next Central Oregon realtors. We’ve mastered the Bend lifestyle and take great pleasure in connecting people with the right homes so they can live their Central Oregon dreams, as well.

Learn more about our awards, business highlights and qualifications on our About page.

Meet Jordan Bailey — Bend Realtor

Jordan Bailey comes to the Tuttle and Tuttle team by way of First American Title. She brings her strong experience in title and escrow to Cascade Sotheby’s, which provides extreme value for her clients. She is a licensed realtor and specializes in helping buyers find their dream homes in Central Oregon.

Jordan grew up in Portland and now loves living the Bend lifestyle with her growing family. Jordan and her family love enjoying everything that Central Oregon has to offer — including paddleboarding, hiking, and camping. She lives between Bend and Sisters, which gives her an advantage in selling real estate from Sunriver all the way to Sisters.

With Jordan on the Tuttle and Tuttle team, you can always count on someone being available to assist you with any questions or concerns you may have during the home buying process.

Central Oregon Home Specialists

At Tuttle and Tuttle, our team specializes in helping Central Oregon home buyers and sellers in Bend, Sunriver, Redmond, Crosswater and Vandevert Ranch. You can count on Tuttle and Tuttle to assist you in buying or selling golf course properties, waterfront properties and investment properties. As personal investors, we can assist you in not only finding the perfect investment property for you, but also provide information on property management and vacation rental income in the area.

At Tuttle and Tuttle, we are your Central Oregon home specialists and it brings us no greater pleasure than uniting people with the ideal home. Start living the Bend or Sunriver life when you partner with Tuttle and Tuttle at Cascade Sotheby’s International Realty for your real estate needs. Contact us today, we look forward to learning more about you and your ideal dream home in Central Oregon.

Posted in Community News
Sept. 13, 2018

Waterfront home with acreage for sale in Bend, Oregon by Tuttle & Tuttle


Serene, rolling grass to waterfront acreage property in beautiful Three Rivers South. Property boasts unobstructed waterfront views, beautifully landscaped, stunning floor to ceiling windows, great open floor plan and a gourmet kitchen. Home was fully remodeled and is ready for sunny mornings by the water, views of wildlife, pine trees and endless nature. Property includes 1200 sf heated shop with pull through garage.

Tax Lot 2500 / .68 acre is available for sale should potential buyer wish to buy at the same time.
They wish to not sell lot separately at this time, discounted purchase price of $60,000 is offered
if purchased with home.

 Tax Lot 2100 / 1 acre is available for sale should potential buyer wish to buy at the same time.
They wish to not sell lot separately at this time, discounted purchase price of $100,000 is offered
if purchased with home. The home has septic feasibility. Potential to have dock approved. A
previous dock was on the property and portion of it is still showing.

We're sorry, but we couldn't find MLS # 201809280 in our database. This property may be a new listing or possibly taken off the market. Please check back again.

 Home was completely remodeled 2001. Property was taken to studs, all new plumbing, wiring,
etc. Seller has left pictures on the buffet.

 Septic was inspected and pumped in 2018

 2 Wood Stoves Propane tank is leased for $50 a year. It is used for the gas stove and the heater in the garage.

 Stove is a commercial convection 6 burner grill with double oven, refrigerator is subzero and all
stainless steel.

 Property has an artesian well.

 Home is wired for security, but not being used.

 RV Parking and access to electricity.

 The shop has a pull through garage door.

 Shop is heated, roughly 1200 sf, and includes large attic.

 Property is completely ready for hot tub. Owners removed old one due to move.

 The HOA is $20 a year and includes boat dock and park.

 Downstairs laundry room area has been plumbed for a wet bar or small kitchenette. Seller had
considered making this space into a mother-n-law unit

Posted in Featured Listings
Sept. 8, 2018

LOCATION walking distance to the Sunriver SHARC $315,000


Location! Just an easy walk or bike ride to the SHARC and Village. Three full sleeping areas and beautiful Pine-wood accents throughout. Updated flooring and kitchen Features fireplace, two slider doors to access the main deck, overlooking the nice commons behind. Lots of windows, including upper story windows, skylight for lots of natural light. Sold furnished.

Thank you for your interest.  It’s a great unit and location.  The HOA is $385 a quarter and then there is also the $123 for the Sunriver HOA.  There is a similar unit doing $20,000 to $25,000 a year in nightly rental.  This does not include the 30% (e) to the property manager, should you decide to use a property manager.


How the SHARC passes work as an owner you pay $50 per year, per person for an access card that is for the SHARC, tennis courts, private owner pool, private owner park and the private owner gym.