1136 E Creekside Court

Sisters, OR 97759
REDUCED!
Reduced by $10,000 (-1.2%)
61 Days on Market HOA Fee $0.00 Taxes $6,223 /yr
Residential
3 Beds
2.1 Baths
2,850 sqft
MLS
201904215
A rare opportunity to own an amazing home on Whychus Creek that has been completely rebuilt after the winter of 2016-2017 and it totally remodeled. The list of features and benefits is too long to list with the MLS space and is an attachment to the listing. Yes, master on the main, granite and quartz kitchen counters, new appliances, tile and new plank distressed engineered hardwood floors in several rooms, wood burning fireplace. Grounds designed by a landscape professional. Call for an... read more
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Price
$839,000
Sub Type
Residential
Bedrooms
3
Bathrooms
2.5
Square Feet
2,850
Style
Northwest
Year Built
2005
Acres
0.31
Location
Subdivision
Creekside
County
Deschutes
Status
Active
Association Fees
$0.00
Estimated Taxes
$6,223
Listing Office
Black Butte Realty Group
Listing Last Updated
July 8, 2019 12:07 PM
Schools
Elementary
Sisters
Middle
Sisters
High
Sisters
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Interior
Interior
Heating
High Eff. Heat Pump, Prog. Thermostat, Electric, Forced Air, Heat Pump, High Eff. Furnace
Master Bedroom
Main
Features
Security System
Ceiling Fan
Smart Alarm System
Smart Lighting
Smart Locks
Walk in Closet
Washer/Dryer
WiFi CO Monitor
WiFi Smoke Det.
Fireplace

Exterior
Exterior
Foundation
Stemwall
Roof Type
Composition, Shingle
Features
Drip System
Smart Irrigation
Fenced
Sprinkler
Sprinkler Timer(s)
Landscaped
Patio/Deck
Construction
Frame

Lot & Land
Lot & Land
Acres
0.31
Zoning
R
Sewer
City Sewer
Waterfront description
Water
Water
Back Flow/Irrig, City
Lot Size
13504
View
Terrain
Water


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Sisters


Identified by the beautiful Three Sisters mountains, Sisters is a small Central Oregon town with big appeal. Used for seasonal hunting and gathering by the Northern Paiute Native Americans, the land remained unsettled until the early 1880’s. The area’s proximity to open pastures and dense forests supported local sheep and cattle ranching businesses as well as a thriving lumber industry. By the 1970’s, Sisters became a high desert destination and tourism became the town’s focus.

 

VIBE AND STYLE

Sisters is a vibrant community dedicated to preserving its home town characteristics. With 1,800 year-round residents, it remains a close-knit population and enthusiastically embraces citizens from surrounding neighborhoods and visitors. The area’s slowly emerging economy has created a center for business owners to grow and establish new ventures. You’ll find families, businesses owners, retirees, seasonal residents and vacationers attracted to Sisters for its leisurely and pleasant atmosphere. 

Area homes mirror the surrounding nature, whether settled among the ponderosa pines or the sage rock canyons of the high desert. Modern townhomes are conveniently located within walking distance from downtown, while traditional ranch and Craftsman-style houses are found in surrounding neighborhoods. For more rural living, residents can choose from estates complete with farming and equestrian facilities and fully customized luxury homes.   

 

LOCAL SCENE

At the center of the community is the nostalgic downtown area. Modeled after an 1880’s western town, the local shops are anything but old-fashioned. Boutiques and specialty stores offer a variety of merchandise ranging from fine art and antiques to western wear and souvenirs. The exceptional Black Butte Ranch resort is a favorite Oregon destination. Awarded four stars by Golf Digest, the resort’s Big Meadow course challenges player’s skills and accuracy against a backdrop of stunning mountain views. Other year-round resort activities include tennis, biking, swimming and horseback riding.

 

OUTDOOR SANCTUARY

Surrounded by rivers, lakes, mountains and meadows, the selection of outdoor activities are countless. The nearby Deschutes National Forest accommodates hikers and backpackers with miles of winding trails and scenic vistas. Fly fisherman flock to the rushing Metolius River for their catch of Rainbow Trout, Dolly Varden Trout and Kokane Salmon. During the warmer months several camping locations are conveniently located offering full service amenities such as showers, bathrooms, fire pits and picnic tables.



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