THE TREE FARM
Architectural Renderings of a Completed Home at The Tree Farm
- Steve Bennett Builders recently completed a beautiful custom home project for clients on Lot 7 at The Tree Farm in Bend, Oregon (renderings above, pictures coming soon)
- We would be more than happy to give you a walk-through of any of our homes in Central Oregon or tour lots for sale at The Tree Farm and provide a builder’s perspective.
- Steve has a great understanding of the vision for The Tree Farm community and is very familiar with the CC&Rs and design review guidelines.
Steve is a licensed and certified general contractor in Central Oregon and has been for 25 years. Steve is also a member of the Central Oregon Builders Association.
“My long lasting personal relationship with homeowners is a trademark of my genuine involvement.”
Average Costs* for a Custom Home at The Tree Farm:
*The cost to build a custom home can vary significantly depending on size, complexity, and finishes. We would be happy to discuss costs with you and provide an estimate after meeting with you.
Lot 9 is currently the only lot for sale at The Tree Farm (as of January 18, 2020):
Lot 9, 18988 Ridgeline Dr:
- Lot size: 2 acres
- Lot price: $555,000
“The Tree Farm was designed to respect the land and offer ample opportunity for the residents to enjoy the surrounding landscape. With only 50 Homesites on 100 acres, over 400 acres of the community has been left as permanent open space of forested and high desert landscape. Years of proper forest management practices have produced a fire resilient landscape that is a key feature to enjoying the lifestyle at The Tree Farm. Located in the Deschutes County Wildland Urban Interface (WUI) zone, The Tree Farm is in an area of transition between unoccupied land and human development. The developers of The Tree Farm proactively embraced developing a first of its kind prototype community that adopted fire resilient and defensible practices from the ground up. Defensible landscape zones, fire resistant building materials, and internal fire suppression systems all contribute to maximizing the fire resiliency of the neighborhood.” –The Tree Farm Architectural Guidelines