2941NW Horizon Dr., Bend, OR    $1,099,900  

3 bedrooms, 2 1/2 baths, 3,698 square feet, .93 Acres
mls #201908962

Summary Features

  • Amazing panoramic Cascade Mountain views including the Mt. Bachelor,Broken Top, Three Sisters and
    Mt. Washington

  • Lives like a single story home with the living room, dining room, kitchen, master bedroom/bath, office
    and laundry room on the entry level

  • Mountain views from the main living areas and all bedrooms in the home

  • 3,698 square foot custom-built contemporary style home

  • Designed by architect Keith Knolls

  • Built by Hansmann & Sons Construction

  • Located on .94 acres

  • 3 bedrooms, 2 ½ baths

  • Solid rift and quarter sawn tongue & groove red oak flooring throughout home

  • Hard maple interior doors with heavy duty nickel finish levers

  • Jeld-Wen solid wood dual pane windows with clad exterior

  • Hunter Douglas Duette honeycomb shades

  • Hard maple decorative wood trim and stairway handrail

  • Radiant floor heat in full bathrooms

  • Mountain view deck constructed from concrete pavers and railings made with red cedar and high tension stainless steel cable

  • Private courtyard and side yard with (3) red cedar raised beds for flowers or gardening.

  • Oversized 2 car garage with extra parking area
     

Entry Level

 

Kitchen

  • Viking stainless steel refrigerator, (6) burner cooktop, oven, microwave; KitchenAid dishwasher

  • Vent-A-Hood Commercial grade range hood

  • Slab granite tile countertops with granite backsplash

  • Solid hard maple cabinets and drawers with nickel finish pulls.

  • Huge 5 ft. x 8 ft. granite tile island with room for (3) barstools and
    built-in cabinets for extra storage

  • Sitting alcove with side and overhead solid wood windows

  • Solid douglas fir and glass exterior door leading to deck

  • Large pantry off kitchen with lots of built-in shelving and 32 bottle wine cooler

  • Slab granite bar shelf with lower and overhead cabinets
     

Great Room

  • Gas fireplace with stainless steel surround  

  • Entertainment cabinet with wall mount for flat panel TV

  • Bank of windows with mountain views  

  • Solid douglas fir and glass exterior door leading to deck

  • Large dining area adjacent to kitchen

  • Tech Lighting cable ceiling lights

  • (4) 3-blade contemporary solid wood/nickel finish ceiling fans

 

Master Bedroom

  • Master bedroom with incredible Cascade Mountain views

  • Solid douglas fir and glass exterior door leading to deck

  • Mountain view windows as well as high square windows facing north to
    bring in extra light

  • 3-blade contemporary solid wood/nickel finish ceiling fan

  • (2) walk-in closets with built-in drawers, shelves and clothes rods
     

Master Bathroom

  • Vaulted master bathroom with downlights

  • Dual raised sink vanity with nickel finish faucets 

  • Slab granite countertop with granite backspash

  • Solid hard maple cabinets and drawers

  • Huge doorless tile shower
     

Office

  • Located off the entry  

  • Hard maple cabinets and drawers

  • L-shaped laminate countertop

 

Half Bath

  • Slab granite counter with backsplash

  • Single vanity

  • Solid hard maple cabinets
     

Laundry Room

  • Laundry sink with laminate surround and backsplash

  • Many composite storage cabinets

  • Vinyl flooring

  • (2) high solid wood windows for additional light

  • Solid hardwood door leading to courtyard

  • Built-in desk with lower and overhead cabinets
     

Entry Foyer

  • Large entryway creating separation from the rest of the home

  • Solid wood windows and hardwood front door

  • Tile flooring

Lower Level
 

Stairway

  • Stairs with solid tongue and groove rift and quarter sawn red oak oak

  • Solid hard maple handrails

 

Bedroom #2

  • Bank of solid wood windows with Cascade Mountain views

  • Walk-in closet with built-in shelves
     

Bedroom #3

  • Bank of solid wood windows with Cascade Mountain views

  • Walk-in closet with built-in shelves
     

Guest Bath

  • Dual raised vanity sinks with nickel finish faucets 

  • Slab granite countertop with granite backspash

  • Solid hard maple cabinets and drawers

  • Large doorless tile shower

  • Tile flooring
     

Craft/Bonus Room

  • Located off the downstairs hallway

  • Can have many different uses:   art studio, craft area, storage room
     

Additional Storage Area #1

  • Located off the utility room, this room has plywood floor and serves as a
    great additional storage area

  • There is an additional unfinished area beyond this room

 

Additional Storage Area #2

  • Located off the craft/bonus room, this room has a large unfinished area which can be used for other purposes:  adding additional square footage and just using for storage.
     

Garage

  • Two car garage with (2) roll-up doors, both with garage door openers

  • Built-in storage cabinets
     

Home Exterior

  • Home has a very private entry and is barely visible from Horizon Dr.

  • Front and side courtyard with (3) raised beds and area for gardening and flowers

  • Lattice fencing encloses the courtyard

  • Metal roof
                                  

The information provided in this document is deemed reliable, but not guaranteed.   Buyer to verify all information.

 

Rift & Quarter Sawn Red Oak Flooring
 

Why was rift and quarter sawn red oak flooring the best choice for this home?  The answer also explains why the appearance of rift and quartered wood flooring is so uniquely different than that of plain sawn floors.  Compared to plain sawn floors, the cost of rift and quarter sawn red oak flooring is about 40-50% more.  This is why it costs more:  Plain sawn floors are the most commonly milled material today. This is the least expensive way to make wood flooring, because there is very little wasted material.  Plain sawn material is made from cuts flat down the center of the log.  The log is passed through the blade cutting off plank after plank without changing the orientation of the blade or the log. In plain sawing, the character markings and figures are brought out more fully, with its dynamic flame-like peaks and arched grains. 

 

In quarter sawn flooring, the log is first quartered, and then each quarter is cut again into slices. This method also produces rift sawn flooring boards.  The blade of the saw slices perpendicular to the wood’s annual growth rings, resulting in a straight, line-like grain appearance.  The center boards (true quartersawn) will have growth rings positioned at 60-90 degrees to the board’s surface.  Rift sawn flooring is manufactured by milling perpendicular to the log’s growth rings producing a linear grain pattern with no flecking.  This method produces the most waste, increasing the cost of this lumber.  Besides the unique appearance, rift and quartered wood flooring is highly prized for its stability.  In general, wood flooring adjusts to the climate that it is in by regularly absorbing and releasing moisture from the environment.  This causes floor boards to expand and contract as its surrounding conditions change.  Wood expands through the grain, in the direction of the curve of the annual rings.  Why is that important?

 

When lumber is rift and quartered and sawn, any shrinkage or expansion of the lumber is greatest in thickness (as opposed to width) because the grains run perpendicular to the face of the board.  For wood flooring, this means that rift and quarter sawn material is less prone to seasonal gapping, expanding/contracting, or cupping, making it very desirable for flooring.  A rift & quarter flooring board expands up and down, as opposed to side to side, as plain sawn flooring would.  For these reasons, rift and quartered hardwood flooring can be used over radiant heating and in climates with great temperature variations.  The other positive feature about rift and quarter sawn flooring is when you apply a darker stain, the look of the flooring is much more uniform than with plain sawn flooring.  Red oak rift and quarter sawn flooring is a great choice for a home, both for its stability and its style. 

 

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