Oregon Water Wonderland Home Values Rise | Home Value Estimate
I’ve written articles in the past regarding Three Rivers & the value potential it has to offer but never written specifically about Oregon Water Wonderland (OWW 2). A previous post of mine about Three Rivers is titled “Finding the Best Value In Central Oregon Real Estate,” you can read it here… Written in 2013, the post discusses how the upper end of the market in Three Rivers was poised to take flight but does not talk much about what makes Oregon Water Wonderland or OWW as its also known so special.
A nice mix of lot size, available services & gorgeous terrain with close proximity to area attractions help make Oregon Water Wonderland a very popular area within Three Rivers South Oregon ranging values between 250k to upwards of a million.
Inside Three Rivers South sets Oregon Water Wonderland, a popular residential area of homes all situated on at least 1/2 acre. The famous Deschutes River twists through the quiet neighborhood of sweeping vistas & towering pines – all centrally located to the areas most popular recreation like Mt Bachelor, the Cascade Lakes, Newberry National Volcanic Monument and Sunriver Resort to name just a few!
Oregon Water Wonderland residential area stand out features include…
- An approximate 5-10 minute drive South from Sunriver resort with dining, grocery, shopping/services and recreation
- 30 minutes from Bend
- 45 minutes to the Redmond Airport
- Paved maintained roads with Winter Snow Removal
- Sewer and water (no wells or septic)
- Nearby School, USPS, Fire Station, Police
- Deeded access to Deschutes River Community Marina & Boat Ramp (more info)
As Sunriver real estate continues to appreciate & affordability within the popular resort wanes, Oregon Water Wonderlands well balanced community will thrive… Attracting a similar demo to Sunriver; Investment and second home owners, primary residents and retirees will help propel & ensure a robust market for the area just outside Sunriver resort.
Historical Graphs | 12 Year Price Per Square Foot
Oregon Water Wonderland