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The Central Oregon region has many things to boast about! Cities like Bend often grab top rankings as one of the most livable communities in the U.S and offers many lifestyle choices. World-class outdoor recreational pursuits about throughout the region where you will find over 20 well-known golf courses, over 40 pristine lakes in the Cascade Mountains, whitewater rafting, fly-fishing, hundreds of hiking trails and camping spots, and skiing at Mount Bachelor and Hoo Doo ski resorts. The Redmond airport is centrally located and now offers non-stop service to 7 cities in the West



                            


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BRASADA RANCH
Central Oregon

Brasada Ranch is a resort community tucked away in Powell Butte. A breathtakingly beautiful landscape caters to every whim from championship golf, equestrian trailriding, and miles of hiking all with stunning panoramic views and scenery to enjoy. At Brasada Ranch you can find both a private golf course . . .

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CULVER
Central Oregon

Culver lies on the high-desert plateau just north of Bend, in the heart of Central Oregon’s outdoor playground. It’s a small town off of highway 97 most notably famous for being in the path of totality of the great American eclipse of 2017. With the Ochoco National Forest on one side and the Deschutes National . . .

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EAGLE CREST
Central Oregon

Eagle Crest Resort is home to over 1,850 homes,chalets,and vacation residences all set within 1,700 acres. The first homes were built almost thirty years ago. Eagle Crest Resort has been a favorite family destination for decades. Eagle Crest offers buyer several real estate options with the convince of Bend and. . .

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MADRAS
Central Oregon

Originally named “The Basin” due to the circular valley, its uniquely beautiful landscape is only one of the fascinating features of Madras. Highly revered for its picturesque views, Madras offers views of the nearby Cascade Mountains as well as several local lakes. An area that is known for its semi-arid climate . . .

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POWELL BUTTE
Central Oregon

The community of Powell Butte is located just west of Prineville and east of Redmond. It is an unincorporated community in Crook County, Oregon, and named after the nearby Powell Buttes . . .

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PRINEVILLE
Central Oregon

Prineville is a relatively young city with a median age of about 38 years and a total population of around 9-10,000. While small, the city has enjoyed general prosperity through wood products, tourism and even has some tech influences (though it should be noted that’s caused some controversy among the people . . .

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RANCH AT THE CANYONS
Central Oregon

Located on the Crooked River between Smith Rock and Coyote Butte exists the most exclusive ranch properties that exist on Oregon lands. A limited number of land holdings, most ranging from 5 to 10 acres or more per building lot. Each landholding has been hand-tailored to respect privacy and take . . .

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REDMOND
Central Oregon

The city of Redmond is one of Oregon’s fastest-growing residential communities. Redmond is particularly well known for its stunning setting on the easternmost part of the majestic Cascade Range. Juniper trees and sagebrush are dotted throughout the area, making it appear as a charming desert oasis . . .

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TERREBONNE
Central Oregon

Terrebonne is an excellent place for those looking for that small-town charm. With only several hundred households, you have an amazing opportunity to really learn who your neighbors are. In a world that’s more and more hung up on virtual connectivity, it can be the perfect solution to help you start appreciating . . .

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THREE RIVERS RECREATION AREA AND GRANDVIEW PLATEAU
Central Oregon

Three Rivers Recreational Area is a private gated community approximately 40 years old with about 4,000 acres of land surrounded by BLM, National Grass Lands, Forest Service Lands, and the Warm Springs Indian Reservation on the Metolius River arm of Lake Billy Chinook. TRRA now has its own . . .

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TUMALO
Central Oregon

Those unfamiliar with the area known as Tumalo might assume there’s little to this community beyond its small, quaint downtown, which is located off Highway 20 about 10 miles northwest of Bend. But there’s a lot to love about Tumalo (which is pronounced Tuhm-uh-low) –- especially for those who . . .

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