Lisa Bowers has a deep connection with her 700-acre Central Oregon property. With five Border Collies at her side, she has hiked every inch of the land. She knows where the owls roost, where the hawks and eagles soar, the coyotes den, and the cougar roam.
After more than a decade of memorable years on this property she says it’s now time to let it go. Lisa and her husband are both in their late sixties and say it’s time to downsize and allow someone new the opportunity to experience the magic on these ridge tops.
“This property is a dream come true for anyone with a deep connection and love of nature. So much of it is unspoiled,” says Lisa. The property is so vast you can see the moon rise over Smith Rock, the sunsets behind the Cascade mountains and the night lights of Mt. Hood Meadows. On a bluebird day, the views stretch from Mt. Bachelor all the way north to Mt. Adams. And these views are secure because the property is surrounded by BLM land.
Located minutes from Redmond, Sisters and Bend, this is the largest parcel of land currently for sale in Deschutes County, Oregon. It’s divided into 8 legal tax lots lending itself perfectly to a family enclave, sportsman’s paradise, horse property, or a legacy for generations to come. The property includes a 2,700-square-foot luxury, green-built, off-grid home.
Lisa says she has the “best of everything” – the complete tranquility of country life yet with quick access to city life. “I’ve been so fortunate to live in complete natural seclusion yet I’m only minutes away from the market, the spa and my Pilates classes.”