Moving to Sunriver, Oregon?
Are you relocating to Sunriver, Oregon? Great choice. Ken Renner specializes in helping families find their dream home in Sunriver.
Whether you are relocating to Sunriver, Oregon from some other part of the state or country, or simply moving across town, Ken Renner offers a unique mix of knowledge and experience to ensure that you find the perfect fit for your family, lifestyle and budget.
Ken offers an intimate knowledge of the various neighborhoods and communities within the Sunriver area, their history, trends, and provides a well-informed, up to the minute understanding of the current market status of each.
The Sunriver / Central Oregon area offers a truly diverse range of neighborhoods and communities, including; golf course properties, secluded cabins, river-front homes, urban-style lofts, investment properties, resort homes, vacation homes, ranches, historic homes, and more.
Give Ken Renner a call today to discuss your plans about relocating to Sunriver / Central Oregon.
About Sunriver, Oregon
Sunriver, Oregon is a census-designated place and 3,300-acre (13 km2) planned residential and resort community in Deschutes County, Oregon, United States. As of the 2010 census it had a population of 1,393. It is part of the Bend Metropolitan Statistical Area, located on the eastern side of the Deschutes River, about fifteen miles (25 km) south of Bend at the base of the Cascade Range.
Sunriver consists of residential homesites and common areas, recreational facilities, the Sunriver Resort and a commercial development known as The Village at Sunriver.
The Sunriver Resort Lodge has hotel rooms, banquet facilities, a fine-dining restaurant, and other amenities. Sunriver Resort manages four golf courses. Two are public (Meadows and Woodlands) and two are private (Caldera and Crosswater, available to guests staying at the resort). Sunriver also features the SHARC (Sunriver Homeowners Aquatic and Recreation Center), completed in 2012. Learn More
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