My goal is to provide excellent customer service and satisfaction throughout a client's home purchasing and selling experience. My focus and expertise are in Farm, Ranch and Residential home sales within the Central Oregon region. Educating myself in local government, environmental and agricultural activities helps to provide information for my clients to make good decisions. With a background in Corporate Planning/Marketing and past Economic Development Manager for the City of Sisters, I take a professional approach to real estate in representing my clients through their transactions. I sit on the Sisters Rodeo Association Board of Directors, was President for the Sisters Chamber of Commerce and was Committee Chair for the economic development team for the City of Sisters. Choosing the right professional to represent you will make all the difference in your home buying and selling experience. Please call, text, email or contact me through my website for an appointment.
Contact for Price • 5.77 acres Live the good life at The Red Barn Farm in Sisters, Oregon! This 5.77-acre estate has two residences and actively operates as an income-producing vacation rental. Total 6 beds, 5.5 baths in 5,279 SF of living space. Gated, fenced, and equipped with everything to make a vacation shine, including a regulation tennis/pickleball court. Graze animals on 5 acres of auto-irrigated pastures with 1980 groundwater rights. 3-stall Barn, tack room, and hay/equipment storage. Covered porch, balcony, and patios. Pet-friendly floors + outdoor kennel with fenced yard. 1,000 SF guest house w/ living/dining/kitchen, 2 beds, and 1 bath. The Main House has 4,279 SF, 4 beds, 4.5 baths, a family room, an office, laundry, and more. Dine-in kitchen has an island, breakfast bar, granite counters, stainless appliances, and 2 walk-in pantries. 2 primary suites, one on the main level with a Jacuzzi tub, a tile shower, and a heated floor. Central fireplace, wood stove, and 2 heat pumps for heat and A/C. 3-car garage and gravel parking areas. Furnishings are negotiable.