Real Estate at Tetherow: Momentum and beyond

In the past 12 months, Tetherow has sold 43 properties and 16 more are currently pending. by Carrie Ramoz The choice truly is yours when living in the Tetherow community. Nestled between Bend and the forest, it provides a gateway to everything that makes Central Oregon great. This ideal location is often cited as the reason young families and retirees alike have chosen Tetherow as their home. Other reasons include the mountain and golf course views, the area’s exceptional topography, proximity to some of Bend’s best schools and the current pricing/availability of home sites.East or West? Head out to the garage, grab your biking gear and decide – turn east and ride an easy 4 miles to find yourself in… Read More

Meet some of our Newest Members: Tetherow Residents Cynthia and David Strutin!

Starting a new chapter under the “great sweeping sky”  by Kelsi Shelton Soon-to-be Tetherow residents Cynthia and David Strutin say they were immediately captivated by “the openness of the high desert, the spectacular mountain backdrop, and the great, sweeping sky” —three quintessential Central Oregon trademarks that Tetherow residents soak up every day. Although Dr. and Mrs. Strutin won’t technically be establishing residency in their Tetherow home until October, the couple is moving from Eugene to Bend the end of September, and will be staying at Mt. Bachelor Village until their home is complete. Their move to Bend was motivated by, as they explain, the “bounty of outdoor recreation, art and music venues, and great restaurants and breweries.” It felt like… Read More

Labor Day golfers win football tickets

We love football and are so excited the season has begun! Over Labor Day Weekend, for every resort golfer who wore something to promote their favorite team, Tetherow entered them to win two tickets to a Ducks or Beavers game. Thank you to everyone who golfed and showed the football love. Below are the winners of the football tickets: Winner of the Oregon State University vs. Washington – Curtis Parks Curtis Parks, a native Portlander, lives in SW Portland and is a third generation Beaver (his mother Kathy, father Doug, and paternal grandmother Dorothy all attended there). Parks graduated from OSU in 2005 with a Bachelors in Mechanical Engineering and was a member of Sigma Alpha Epsilon and  served as… Read More