If all you know about the quaint hamlet of Sisters is that it’s outrageously popular with tourists (in part because of its unique frontier focus and 1880s storefront facades), you’ve only scratched the surface.
Located on the edge of the Cascade Mountain Range –with close proximity to the Three Sisters Mountains — Sisters is astonishingly scenic. Outdoors enthusiasts of all kinds flock here, finding ample opportunities for hiking, biking, camping, horseback riding, golfing, snow sports and water sports, all of which are an easy drive from downtown.
The town is rich in culture, with a year-round calendar of arts festivals, concerts and crafts fairs. It’s probably most known as home to the largest outdoor quilt show in the country, which is always held the second Saturday in July.
Having generated world-wide acclaim, this course is a favorite of golf enthusiasts from all over the world. The Aspen Lakes course has received recognition from Golf Digest as the number eight Best New Affordable Course in the United States. Brainstorm Magazine recently ranked Aspen Lakes the number . . .Explore
Mountain views welcome you upon arrival, and continue to provide peace and tranquility throughout your stay at Black Butte Ranch. The awe-inspiring scenery teamed with our abundant year-round recreation is what makes Black Butte such a special place, and our 120 Ranch vacation homes located throughout . . .Explore
Cascade Meadow Ranch is a gated residential equestrian development located about two miles northwest of Sisters. CMR consists of 24 lots ranging in size from 1.63 to 2.96 acres in size. The home owner’s lots comprise about 60 acres of the total 300 acres in the development and are surrounded . . .Explore
The original old-growth Ponderosa Pine lumber mill has been long since silent, but its former location is now being transformed into a beautiful new residential community in Sisters, Oregon called ClearPine. It’s namesake is derived from the high quality “clear” lumber that was produced for several . . .Explore
What more could you ask? The rural feel of Central Oregon living, yet just minutes from the town of Sisters, that’s the lifestyle in Coyote Springs and Buck Run. Literally, walk or ride your bike to this quaint town and all the restaurants, galleries, shops and never ending events like the Sisters Outdoor . . .Explore
The Peaks at Pine Meadow (Peaks) is an 8 Unit Townhouse project built within the Planned Unit Development of Pine Meadows Village. Pine Meadow Village is the premier planned residential development within the City of Sisters. Pine Meadow Village was developed in 2002 with 112 single family . . .Explore
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 . . .Explore
Ridge at Indian Ford is a gated custom home community. Many of the homes have Cascade Mountain Views. There is a community barn with stalls available to the property owners. The development is adjacent to public lands and approximately 4 miles north of Sisters for an easy commute to town . . .Explore
Sage Meadows was developed around the Indian Meadow Preserve which was donated to the Land Trust in 1996 by a local landowner to protect its dramatic scenic views and important wildlife habitat. Bisected by Indian Ford Creek, this picturesque 63 acre meadow near Sisters contains a unique diversity . . .Explore
Timber Creek is a popular 127-lot subdivision on the northeastern edge of Sisters. Platted in 1999, it consists predominantly of one- and two-story single-family homes, along with a smattering of duplexes and townhomes. Location is one of its key draws here: situated amid a forest of old-growth . . .Explore