Posted by Melissa Lynn Galland on Nov 27, 2018 6:45:17 AM
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For home buyers searching in Central Oregon, finding the ideal home can be challenging. The market is on the upswing, and the inventory of prebuilt homes is often limited. No wonder so many Oregonians are opting instead to build a custom home—one that will ensure they wind up with exactly what they want and need.

Throughout the natural splendor of Central Oregon, cities and towns of all sizes offer incredible places to call home. The vast majority of residents here love spending time outside—and they want their homes to reflect their many interests and hobbies. Here, we take a closer look at some of our most popular floor plans for Central Oregon and tell you why the locals love them.

The Cashmere

This 3,120-square-foot Pacific Northwest classic includes three bedrooms, 2.5 baths, and an incredible amount of living space in a creative, functional, one-story floor plan.

Throughout the sprawling ranch home, large windows let in ample light and provide views of the surrounding property. In addition to the charming front porch, you have the option to add a large covered patio at the back of the house, right off the great room, which is perfect for hosting parties, dining al fresco, or just enjoying an evening under the stars. And to cater to active, adventurous homeowners, The Cashmere offers a mudroom at the garage entry.

The master suite is located on the opposite side of the house from the two other bedrooms, giving your guests plenty of privacy—and making the home perfect for long-term visitors or multigenerational living. It’s also great for growing families, of which there are plenty in our tight-knit communities. The open floor plan and spacious great room are ideal for a lively family, and a large bonus room creates even more flex space. The home even includes a roomy den near the master suite that could be used as a convenient nursery.

Learn more about The Cashmere.

The Oswego

This 1,950-square-foot ranch-style home is a little like a scaled-down version of The Cashmere, with a practical split floor plan and ample living space. With three bedrooms and two baths, The Oswego is popular with small families, empty nesters, retirees, and everyone in between.

This functional floor plan is ideal for those who love to live life to the fullest. A roomy covered patio and large windows throughout highlight the beauty of Central Oregon’s scenery. In the garage, a spacious shop provides room for your outdoor recreational gear, woodworking supplies, gardening tools, and more. And the sizable great room/dining room/kitchen combo creates an unforgettable space for entertaining guests, hosting family get-togethers, and wowing people with your cooking skills. 

Learn more about The Oswego.

The Winchester

This smaller-scale, rambler-style home is a great fit for first-time buyers and empty nesters. It’s also popular as a vacation home, with its three-bedroom, two-bath, one-story floor plan that provides just enough space.

At 1,560 square feet, The Winchester is compact enough to be charming but spacious enough to be functional. The split floor plan creates privacy for you and your guests or children, with the master and the other bedrooms separated by a large great room with expansive windows. You can opt to cover the long back porch to really make the most of your backyard. And if you don’t need the third bedroom, you can turn it into a den to create an extra common area.

As a growing number of people from out of state fall in love with Central Oregon, homes like The Winchester are a great solution for a vacation home that you visit regularly. The scale of the home makes it affordable to heat and cool and easy to clean—ideal for a weekend getaway spot.

Learn more about The Winchester.

Find Your Perfect Floor Plan

Whether you’re an outdoor enthusiast, the parent of growing children, an empty-nester adjusting to your new status, or a busy executive looking for a vacation home, finding the right floor plan is important. Throughout Central Oregon, home buyers tend to gravitate toward homes like the ones we described, which offer open-concept living, plenty of space for entertaining, and a strong connection to the outdoors. As you explore these and other floor plans, be sure to keep your interests and hobbies in mind—and you’ll have no trouble finding the design of your dreams.

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