If you think you’ve had a busy summer, wait til you see what’s been developing at Tartan Druim.
A new floor plan, a pre-release of Phase 2, and a new video are just a few of our exciting developments.
In an industry where you have to make hay while the sun shines, Tartan Druim has had an extremely constructive six months, to say the least.
For starters, we now have 10 homes either completed or under construction, including most of the sites overlooking Kidd’s Corner, the signature basin of holes 3, 4, 5 and 6 on the Tetherow Golf Course. Also, our model home made its second appearance on the Tour of Homes and Chefs on Tour last month.
As a result of that exposure and growing demand, we have opened up part of Phase 2 earlier than anticipated, giving buyers access to some exciting home sites with exceptional views.
One of those home sites on the far northeast corner of the property will feature “The Rainier,” a new 3,581-square-foot, 3-Bed, 4-Bath floor plan, which is now under construction. The contemporary layout designed by architect John Muir specifically for this home site will come with a lovely 444-square-foot casita and a listing price of just over $1.5 million.
Not to be outdone, our marketing team has also been busy building a series of short videos starring some of our most candid residents. In the first of a series, new residents Eric & Eilish Canady reveal how the Bend climate and lifestyle attracted them from Portland about 10 years ago.
Future videos will reveal how the couple was drawn like a magnet to Tetherow and collaborated with the Tartan Druim design team to customize the perfect home for them and their two children.
Spoiler Alert: with home sites of approx 1/2 an acre, panoramic views of the Cascades, a soon-to-be-completed community center, and the ability to finish a customized single-family home in just over a year, the Canady’s story has a very happy ending. Watch for the other two videos in the coming weeks.
In the meantime, take a few moments of your busy schedule to check out Tartan Druim. It could be the best part of how you spent your summer vacation.