PINE MEADOW VILLAGE
Pine Meadow Village was developed in 1999 by the Sokol family and was originally part of the Sokols’ sprawling Pine Meadow Ranch. Its obvious attraction: a picturesque setting that provides its residents magnificent Cascade Mountain views. Another in-demand aspect of Pine Meadow Village: It’s loaded with amenities, including a community pool, tennis court, clubhouse and spa. Those perks, combined with the Village’s location –- within walking distance of much of downtown — make it especially popular among homeowners and second-home buyers looking for more of a resort-type experience.
The 51-acre, 202-lot community, situated on the southwest edge of downtown Sisters, was designed expressly with the mountain views in mind. So, for example, the community master plan (based on the neo-traditional style of design) combines one-story and two-story homes in a configuration that ensured that as many homes as possible would retain those enviable mountain views.
Outdoor exploration is encouraged here: A scenic brook meanders through the neighborhood, plus there’s a large pond, bridges, numerous water features and extensive walking paths. (The tennis court is open to the public as part of a Planned Unit Development agreement with the City of Sisters, but the pool and spa are available only for residents and their guests.)
The neighborhood features a mix of single-family homes, townhomes and condominiums, while its residents include a cross-section of full-time residents of all ages, second-home owners and rental units (especially vacation rentals).
From the onset, Pine Meadow Village’s CCR’s included detailed Development Standards, established to ensure continuity throughout the neighborhood and maintain consistency with the existing 1890’s architectural theme mandated in downtown Sisters.
So, all homes here must adhere to those standards, which outline the required style (“late 19th-century Western Farmhouse” with “simple detailing and limited decoration” that is “constructed of high-quality materials”). Any new construction or alternation to an existing home must be approved by PMV’s Architecture Review Committee.
Pine Meadow Village has an active Homeowners Association (HOA). The HOA dues are divided into two parts: an operating assessment, which covers the costs to operate the association, including general maintenance, utilities, office expenses, insurance, legal fees, pool and spa operations, accounting fees and other miscellaneous expenses; and a reserve assessment, which covers the eventual cost of major repairs or replacement of common property, including the pool and spa, clubhouse, water features, landscape equipment, tennis courts, alleyways and bridges.
Each townhome and condominium community also has its own HOA, with additional monthly dues, which vary by development; they’re responsible for the exterior maintenance, landscaping, driveways, and parking lots within their boundaries.
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