PointsWest’s Ski Village!

The beginning of an epic ski season. The ending of an epic ski village.

Admit it. On your journeys back and forth to Mt. Bachelor, you’ve always been a little envious of people staying at the 7th Mountain Resort. Being much closer to the slopes means they can sleep in a bit longer, yet still make first tracks on their favorite run. What’s more, they can be enjoying Apres’ Ski wine and cheese, without having to fight through roundabout traffic in Bend.

Well, guess what. There are still a few homes left at PointsWest, the award-winning neighborhood of townhomes right next to the resort. Which means it isn’t too late to own a magnificent home that’s as close as you can get to Mt. Bachelor. Right at the outset of what promises to be another stellar ski season.

skier on Mt.Bachelor

Of course, that’s not the only beauty of living at PointsWest in the wintertime. Nestled on a bluff above the Deschutes River, hiking, cross-country skiing and snowshoeing on the River Trail are right outside your door. Some folks have even been ice skating on the big pond down below.

We handle all the neighborhood snow removal and routine maintenance. And even though PointsWest offers unparalleled peace and quiet, it’s still just an easy seven-mile drive to all of the dining and cultural activities in downtown Bend.

outdoor patio-fireplace-PointsWest

Our spectacularly spacious “Deschutes” floor plan overlooking the river that bears its name won Best Master Suite and Best Landscaping on the COBA Tour of Homes this year. This 4-BR, 4-BA, two-story masterpiece offers more than 3,600 square feet of maintenance-free living. Our three other remaining homes in the neighborhood also provide upwards of 3,000 square feet, with breathtaking river views, dramatic lava formations in the backyard, and prices starting as low as $869,750.

So don’t let another day slip by before making tracks for PointsWest. There’s never been a better time to get your skis waxed and get moving.

Contact Stephanie or Jordan for more information today.


PointsWest. This is what buyers say!

Residents can’t say enough about PointsWest.

For the past few years, we’ve said a lot of powerful things about PointsWest Townhomes. But in these days where hardly anyone has a bite to eat or makes a purchase without checking social media reviews, what the residents have to share about this special neighborhood says even more. For example, take it from Charles and Sandy Husk:


Those thoughts were echoed by Dave and Kim Callanan,a couple who purchased a townhome at PointsWest a couple of years ago and loved it so much, they bought a larger one on the river when it became available:

All six of our remaining homes are perched on the bluff just above the River Trail, putting summertime hiking, mountain biking and fly-fishing literally in your backyard. What’s more, Widgi Creek, one of Bend’s favorite golf courses, is right next door.

PointsWest top view

Each river-view lot accommodates spacious 4 BR, 4.5 BA, two-story floor plans ranging from 3,258 to 3,647 square feet. Many come with dramatic lava formations surrounding the patio. And yet, even with such rugged natural scenery, you’re only 15 minutes from the civilized activities of downtown and the Old Mill.

The spacious floor plan and resort amenities attracted Bill and Esther Erlenbusch as well. Their purchase has led to a highly enjoyable lifestyle:

With prices starting at $779,750, we suggest you embrace the opportunity to join the happy campers at PointsWest while you still can. Enough said.

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Bringing it home at the ADDYs


It’s a wrap! Our marketing team made us proud at the 2013 ADDY Awards.

Bend has a lot of great things going for it. But what you might not know is we’ve got a lot of creative and talented people too. Our team at PointsWest is proud to have worked with a few of them—especially since they brought home some nice swag at the 2013 Oregon ADDY Awards this month.

In the Digital Advertising category, we won an Award of Merit for the PointsWest video produced by Brian Niles of The Outlaw Partners in Big Sky, Montana and written by Cam Davis of Wordplay in Bend.

And in the same category, we won a Silver Award for the Digital Campaign that included the video, a series of Email blasts, and the website developed by Blanco Media of Portland. Both the Eblasts and the website were designed by Chris Michaelis of Thistlefish Design of Bend and written by Cam Davis of Wordplay. By earning a Silver Award, the PointsWest Digital Campaign will be forwarded to compete in the Northwest ADDY Awards for the entire region, which includes Oregon, Washington, Idaho, Montana and Alaska.

We wish them the best of luck in representing PointsWest Townhomes and our beloved city of Bend!

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