It’s been a couple of years since the announcement of a new, high end development called The Tree Farm on Bend’s Westside. If you’re like us, you’ve followed the development’s progress (or, if haven’t followed… that’s why we’re here!) and we’re happy to report that on October 1, 2016 forty homesites were released. Lot prices range from $347,000 – $718,000 and most lots are close to 2 acres in size. Many with incredible views. Offers are being accepted until NOON THIS FRIDAY, OCTOBER 7, 2016.
The Tree Farm website states:
The developers are working together to thoughtfully design a community that will permanently preserve over 400 acres of open space and offer just fifty 2-acre homesites, grouped in a cluster style development. This vision allows much of the land to remain as pristine as it is now, and provides residents and the larger Bend community enhanced access to Shevlin Park and US Forest Service land. The variety of the land provides a diverse mix of homesites—some with clear mountain vistas; others with a forested feel—each as unique as the trees that grow here. The result will be a tight-knit community that offers residents privacy and tranquility, quite literally at the doorstep of Mother Nature’s playground, yet conveniently located close to schools, shops, restaurants and the rest that Bend has to offer.
There are some specific guidelines and criteria that must be met in order for your offer to be considered. If you’d like more information or are interested in placing an offer, please let our experienced Realtors help you out!
Here is some information about the sales release process and timing from The Tree Farm Bend website:
- Buyers are limited to making one offer on up to five (5) different homesites.
- Offers submitted through noon on October 7th must be stated in actual dollar amount and must be equal to the published list price for the homesite.
- Offers below or above the published list price will be considered invalid.
- No offers in the second round will be accepted if the amended price is stated as a certain amount above the highest offer (example of what will NOT be accepted: “Four thousand dollars above the highest offer”). All amended offers must be stated in actual dollar amount.
- Each offer must be accompanied by earnest money in the amount of $25,000.