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Canyon Ridge - Aspen URA3 Plan, Redmond, OR

Canyon Ridge
Redmond, OR
sold
Last listed price
$319,995
2 beds
2 baths
1245 SqFt
Unit is no longer tracked by Livabl.
Description
D.R. Horton is thrilled to announce that we are officially open at Canyon Ridge in Redmond, OR by appointment only! Canyon Ridge will have every perk of the Pacific Northwest. Situated just North of Bend, you’ll find home in a town rich in history and outdoor activity. Located East of the Deschutes River, recreation is the word around Redmond. With sites such as the Redmond Caves, neighboring Sisters mountains, and a landscape rich in wildlife, canyons, and foliage – every day will be picture-worthy. Downtown will be worth your time to explore, with a dedication to preserving historic charm while allowing you to indulge in modern activities. Be sure to check back for additional details – Canyon Ridge is ready to welcome you home! With a variety of floor plans to choose from including single story or two-story, Canyon Ridge offers choices to suit your wants and needs. Each home is curated to provide modern amenities as well as easy to navigate layouts. Interested in learning more? Contact a sales agent today for the most up-to-date details as we pre-sell, and be sure to check back for updates! Photos are representative of plan only and may vary as built.
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Aspen URA3 Details

Name:
Aspen URA3
Type:
Detached Single Story
Ownership:
Fee simple
Beds:
2 beds
Baths:
2 baths
Interior Size:
From 1245 SqFt
Lot Size:
-
Ceiling Heights:
-
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Price history

03/07/2021
Plan listed as Sold

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