This family of four moved to Bend Oregon from California for a lifestyle change and opportunity in relocating a business. They found a great view lot on a butte overlooking the city of Bend to the south.
They contacted Sunterra Homes Inc wanting an energy-efficient passive-solar home with all the amenities and the latest in building science technology.
This home is nestled into the topography capturing the valley views and integrating with the private outdoor living space. It blends a combination of 9' 10' 12' and 14' ceilings defining while blending the interior spaces.
The owners preferred a rustic mountain lodge look with a blend of contemporary.
Passive solar air/water heat pump with radiant floor heating and air conditioning plus heat recovery ventilation was incorporated in the construction of this home. The mechanical design for this equipment is included. Our 102-page Conservation Guide providing the latest in building science and proven cost-effective energy-saving features that you may incorporate in the construction of your new home is also included. With this guide you can reproduce what this family asked Sunterra home to provide for them.
The Deven is a classic split level in craftsman and bungalow style. Front and back porches wrap the main living dining and kitchen wing. Stairs down take you to the family room laundry and garage. Stairs up lead to the 3 bedrooms lots of storage a nursery desk area and two baths. Arts & Crafts styled home features simple trim and moldings exposed rafters tapered columns sand stucco finish 6:12 pitch decorative shingle roof (3:12 at porches) Learn More
The Lyman is designed for a small lot. It provides all the comforts of a larger home in a small comfortable space. It is a revised version of the award-winning Comstock plan.
The downstairs is an open plan with separate living dining family and breakfast nook. The living features a fireplace and is open to the stairwell. The dining has a built-in china display cabinet and bar. The family room and kitchen are designed for entertaining. Front and back porches provide space for outdoor living.
Upstairs the master suite is comfortable with access to the private sundeck modern bathroom with soaking tub and walk-in closet. The secondary bedrooms each have walk-in closets. Learn More
When you enter this home from the large covered porch you pause to take in the expanse of grandeur.
A very open design with ceiling transitions that define space and slope up to the balcony and loft above.
A modest size home that appears much larger with a large master suite on the main floor. This home was built on a sloped site over a crawl space and large decks on the east and south for the perfect outdoor living location.
An excellent passive solar design with radiant floor heating and cooling on the first floor and forced air heating and cooling on the second floor using an air-to-water heat pump.
Plan includes a radiant-floor heating-tube layout a heat recovery ventilation design and an upper-level forced-air system design. Our 102-page Conservation Guide providing the latest in building science and proven cost-effective energy-saving features that you may incorporate in the construction of your new home is also included.
This split-level home features four bedrooms and attached two-car garage. The tiled Entry opens into a spacious Living Room that connects with a family sized Dining Area. An efficient "U" shaped Kitchen is located next to the Dining Area. The Master Suite located on the upper level includes a private bath with a step-in shower. Two additional upper level bedrooms share a full hall bath. The lower level includes a large Family Room and a fourth bedroom or study. Learn More