There are currently 259 townhouses and condominiums for sale in Bend Oregon. The main difference between a townhouse and a condominium is that with a townhouse you own the land under the building. The condo is only "air space" everything within the walls. The home owners association owns the land under the home. Both types of ownership usually provides a home owners association and dues for maintenance and up keep.
The least expensive condo/townhouse is a one bedroom, one bath condo at The Inn of the Seventh Mountain. It's listed for $79,900. The Inn at the 7th Mountain has had financial problems in the past so a buyer should beware and take due diligence to check out all home owner's dues and stability of the association.
The most expensive condo/townhouse in Bend is listed at $1,500,000 in down town Bend on Bond Street. This condominium has exquisite city and mountain views, floor-to-ceiling windows, finely crafted interiors, generous outdoor living space, private elevator to unit, and a green, rooftop garden.
This third floor condo has a 1,338 square foot paver patio with a built in BBQ. Other features include Viking appliances, bamboo floors, CaesarStone counter tops, Anegre/Wenge cabinetry, cut pile wool carpet in the bedrooms, in-floor heat in the baths, wet bar, and wiring for stereo and security. It has 2 bedrooms, 2 1/2 baths and 2,561 square feet.
There are some great buys available in condominiums and townhouses in today's market in Bend. Now is a good time to buy. The above pictures are provided by The Associates Realty Group and the Central Oregon Multiple Listing Service through their reciprocity agreement.
Jim Johnson has been selling quality homes in Bend Oregon since 1981. Call 541-389-4511 or see his web site http://www.bendoregonrealestateexpert.com . To see more information on Bend Oregon click on the link below http://bendoregonrealestateexpert.com/bendoregon.asp .If you would like to make a comment on this post or on the Bend Oregon real estate market click on "comments" below. Jim is licensed by the State of Oregon as a Principal Broker for Century 21 Gold Country Realty.