Perfect for a family getaway or friends traveling together, this Sisters retreat is all ready for your Oregon high desert adventure! Right in the heart of downtown Sisters, you'll be right across from Creekside Park, a few blocks from the movie theater and Three Creeks Brewing, and less than a mile from all the charming shops and restaurants that this historic western town offers.
A big covered front porch with adirondack chairs is a great place to enjoy your morning coffee or glass of after-dinner port, as there is a fire pit in front of the deck for those chilly days. Bring the party outside for some s'mores! Past the porch, you'll st...ep inside to a cozy, comfortable living area. Come back from your day's adventures and relax on the plush oversized furniture and sit in front of a warm, toasty fireplace. This warm and inviting space is also perfect for reading in the afternoon or playing a board game after dinner.
The kitchen is well-stocked and has everything you'll need to prepare tasty vacation meals. Of course, there are a number of walkable dining options around town from Mexican at Los Agaves Grill to hand-tossed pizza at Martollies. In the morning, you may want to walk or ride your bike down to the Sisters Coffee Company for expertly-made lattes and espressos, as well as pastries and baked goods.
The three comfortable upstairs bedrooms are all well-appointed, with two queen beds and two full sized beds. There are also two and a half baths throughout the house, as well as a washer and dryer for guest use. There is plenty of room to sleep eight guests comfortably inside, and there is also a full RV hook-up complete with water, sewer and power for any additional visiting guests.
Although small in size, Sisters is big on culture! In June, there's the Annual Sisters Rodeo. This yearly event was featured in the New York Times and on The Late Show with David Letterman. Other festivals include the Folk Festival and the Fall Street Festival, both in September, as well as a thriving arts community year-round.
Outdoor enthusiasts can enjoy hiking, fly fishing on the Metolius and Deschutes rivers, and mountain biking to name a few of the many popular activities in these parts. In fact, the nearby McKenzie River Trail is widely regarded as one of the great epic bike trails in North America. Golfers will want to check out the Aspen Lakes Golf Course, as well as the resorts of Black Butte Ranch and Eagle Crest, each with their own critically acclaimed golf courses. And if you want to just hang around town and play tourist, there's plenty to do as well. Sisters is home to a number of unique shops, galleries, and restaurants.
Come winter, ski bums have their pick of two resorts - Mt. Bachelor is only 26 miles to the southeast and Hoodoo Ski Area is only 20 miles west. There's also snowmobiling, cross-country skiing, snowshoeing in the surrounding Willamette National Forest. For a fun day trip, visit Bend, Sisters bustling neighbor to the south. There you'll find even more galleries, coffee shops, bookstores, the scenic goose-filled Drake Park, and many local breweries.
No matter what time of year, there's something for everyone in the high desert, mountain town of Sisters and this downtown vacation home makes a perfect home base for discovering it all. Plus, here's something to keep in mind - this home is currently listed for sale, so if you fall in love with it, you may just be able to extend your Central Oregon vacation with a relocation to this wonderful western town permanently!Deschutes County Tax Certificate #77
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