Can Tripleknot make it a Fab Four?

July 12, 2016

After four years of construction and three years on the annual COBA Tour of Homes, you might think that one more Tripleknot Townhome on the Tour is no big deal. But with our new model home all dressed up and ready to show off its incredible mountain views, we have a strong feeling that Tripleknot’s fourth time on the Tour will be as fabulous as ever.

 

In 2012, we took home awards for Best Architectural Design, Best Master Suite and Best of Show in the $550,000-$700,000 category. In 2014, we struck gold again with Best Architectural Design, Best Kitchen and Best of Show in the $575,000-$650,000 category. And last year, we had our best haul ever, collecting awards for Best Feature, Best Kitchen, Best Interior Finish and Best of Show in the $525,000-$600,000 category.

 

The new two-story model home will move us up to the even more competitive $725,000-$800,000 category. So impressing the COBA judges this year could easily be the greatest achievement yet for architect John Muir and the team at Arrowood Development.

 

But what makes Tripleknot even more impressive to homebuyers is being located in the resort community of Tetherow, where residents are celebrating the opening of a brand new outdoor heated pool and hot tub. In addition to offering a place for residents and lodges to refresh and relax, the surrounding deck will feature five cabanas, fire pits, a food cart and grassy areas. It’s all part of a complete community recreation center that’s due to open next year.

 

Of course, at Tripleknot, that’s just the beginning of the recreational opportunities. You’re right next door to Phil’s Trailhead and some of the Northwest’s best mountain biking. Paddling or fly-fishing the Deschutes River is just 10 minutes away. The slopes of Mt. Bachelor and trails of the Cascades are an easy 20-minute drive up Century Drive. And for more civilized pursuits, you’re only three roundabouts from Bend’s multitude of restaurants, brew pubs and nightlife.