Harcourts The Garner Group Real Estate represents some of the best. If you are a first-time buyer looking for maximum value, are moving up to a larger home, downsizing or looking for a vacation retreat, we can show you where you can secure the best return on your Bend Oregon real estate home buying dollar. Our builders offer features, floor plan designs and architecture suited to the Central Oregon lifestyle.
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NorthWest Crossing. Bend’s landmark neighborhood has become a leading example of contemporary community planning and is one of Bend’s most active real estate markets. Residential and commercial property, schools and parks are unified through architectural integrity, preservation of natural features and a web of sidewalks and trails. Homes by individual builders vary in design and size.
Shevlin Pines. This is a neighborhood of desirable new homes at the west edge of Bend near Shevlin Park, a 653-acre regional park laced with trails for walking and cycling. Large lots, native pines and mountain views are typical. Several builders are active here.
Hidden Hills. This neighborhood brings new character to Southeast Bend, offerering homes that compliment and reflect the Bend lifestyle. Amenities include comfortably sized lots, Cascade Mountain views, distinctive landscaping and a diversity of architecture. Individual builders work under design guidelines approved by an Architectural Review Committee.
Monterey Mews.This unique neighborhood of stylish new cottage-style homes is situated on a quiet, private street near NW Shevlin Park Road and NW College Way. Cottages share a tranquil common area. This is a "shoebox" condominium development where each cottage is fully owned with no shared walls.
Reed Pointe. Stone Bridge Homes NW is building homes in this centrally-located southeast Bend neighborhood that emphasize livable plans, convenient and thoughtful features, and finishes and materials that are durable and attractive. Homes will be executed in a variety of architectural styles that will help shape a welcoming and cohesive neighborhood.
IronHorse. Brooks Resources Corp. brought the planned neighborhood concept to Prineville in 2007 with development of IronHorse, located on the former site of the historic Hudspeth Ranch property at the city’s eastern edge. Lots are made available to builders and individual purchasers. The Garner Group Real Estate LLC currently represents Santiam Inc., a builder of quality homes.