For Sale: $3,600,000

4 Beds
3 ½ Baths
3,451 sq ft
Year Built: 1996
MLS: 220183542
Parcel: 150805
Property Tax: $17,131.80/year

Stunning 40-Acre Tumalo Estate in Bend, Oregon

Meticulously cared for and artistically crafted, this private 40-acre Tumalo estate includes two individual 20 acre parcels boarded by public land on three sides. Seamlessly merging with the Cascade mountains, this remarkable home preserves true craftsmanship and encompasses the definition of a legacy property. The home welcomes with an airy great room boasting vaulted ceilings, rustic lodge-style beams, a wood-burning fireplace and French doors leading to an expansive patio. The exquisite kitchen, bathed in natural light adjoins a family room that is warm and inviting. The dining room with soaring 14-foot ceilings also provides a refined space for entertaining. Retreat to the luxurious main level primary suite, complete with a spa-like bath and generous walk-in closet. Upstairs, three guest rooms await, one with its own ensuite bath. Outside there are two detached shops, the largest spanning 2,268 sq ft and boasting a finished living area w/full bath perfect for a myriad of uses.


9-Car Garage
Bordered by Public Land
Vaulted Ceilings
Wood Beams
Wood Burning Fireplace
French Doors
Water Feature
Main Level Primary
Two Detached Shops
Soaking Tub
Bonus Room
Jack and Jill Bathroom
RV/Boat Storage

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20630 Harper Road
Bend, OR 97703
4 Bed | 3 ½ Baths


Situated just minutes from downtown Bend, Tumalo is a charming community known for its picturesque scenery and tranquil ambiance. Residents enjoy easy access to premier dining, shopping, and recreational activities, including world-class skiing, hiking, and fishing. Tumalo State Park, with its beautiful river views and hiking trails, is a local favorite, offering outdoor enthusiasts a variety of activities. The area is also home to local farms, artisan markets, and a winery, adding to its unique appeal.


Located on the eastern edge of the Cascade mountain range along the Deschutes River, settlement began in the early 1900s and Bend was incorporated as a city in 1905. Economically, Bend started out as a logging town but is now known as a gateway for many outdoor sports including mountain biking, fishing, hiking, camping, rock climbing, white-water rafting, skiing, paragliding and golf. Bend’s climate is typical of the high desert with cool nights and sunny days. A three-hour drive from Portland, Bend is located on the east side of the Cascade mountain range. Residents can enjoy road trips to the Oregon Coast, Seattle, Boise and Northern California.

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