Shevlin Bluffs Phase 1. ( Phase II and III coming this Spring 2017) 9 Custom new home sites located on the West Side of Bend halfway between Northwest Crossing and Shevlin Park, off of Shevlin Park Road. Skylight Homebuilders and Structure Development NW are constructing single level and two story homes for sale.
It’s the Neighborhood: A Park like area with curved streets, tall fir trees and very private. Most of the homes do not back up to another home. All Shevlin Bluffs new homes are individually designed for each lot from one of 5 architectural styles. The homes are custom construction instead of being production homes, and utilize the finest methods of construction and surfaces.
BrooksMill Phase 1. Now constructing 3 New homes on 9 custom home sites located just south of the Mill District near Brookswood Blvd and Hillwood court. (Across the street from Blakely Park.)
It’s the Location: Close to everything. Deschutes River trails, Shops at the Old Mill, Blakey Park, Restaurants and Concerts all within walking distance. Single level and two story homes with style.
Neighborhood Design. All BrooksMill new homes are designed from of of 6 architectural styles. Mid Century Modern, Four Square Bungalow, Prairie Style, Shingle Style, Bungalow and English Tudor. The neighborhood is designed to feature the front of the homes without a garage view. We do this by placing the garages at the back of the lot, or from alley access or on corner lots where the front of the house on one side with the garage on the side.
Visit our Sales Center at BrooksMill. View plans and specifications for Shevlin Bluffs and BrooksMill, interior design selections and talk to our staff or buy a great new home. By appointment until our upcoming opening date. Click on the Link to contact us via the Sales page.
Please look around our website for information about :
- Our new homes for sale.
- Homes and developments Skylight HomeBuilders designed and built since 1980 in Bend and the Greater Portland area.
- Bend Urban Growth Boundary (UGB) : Impacts of current decisions by the State of Oregon and the Bend City Counsel on new homes and pricing on the West Side of Bend.