Bend Bungalow Rental Photos and Description
House, 3 Bedrooms + Daybed /1 Baths (Sleeps 6-7)
Classic 2 story bungalow with a large private yard.
The home features a large master suite upstairs with a queen size bed, light and bright with skylights.
Downstairs, there is a second bedroom with a queen size bed, and a third bedroom with a double bed. There is also a built in daybed upstairs perfect for lounging during the day or can be made up for an extra guest.
The living area features a large, comfortable mid century couch and 2 chairs, surrounding a Jotul gas stove. Flat screen TV mounted on wall for settling in later in the day.
Dining room has a large table which seats 6 for family and friends to enjoy home cooked meals.
Outdoors, the large deck features built in deck seating and portable table to set up for an outdoor dining experience. Weber BBQ and reclining deck chairs provided. The yard has lilac and maple trees, lavender, spruce trees, tamarack, paper birch, rock daphne, manzanita bushes and is a pleasantly relaxing environment for your time off the trails.
During your stay in this charming updated home, leave your car parked and walk 4 short blocks to the pedestrian footbridge crossing the Deschutes River and into Drake Park and downtown Bend, The Milwaukee house is just 1/2 Block to Newport Market and Newport Shopping District including two of Bend's best coffee spots: Nancy P's Baking Company and Backporch Coffee Roasters. Some of the best restaurants in Bend are on Newport Ave, just a block away.
We've got 4 bikes in the garage for your use to pedal into town. Two cruisers and two hybrid bikes. Locks provided and there are 4 helmets. Bring your own helmet if you want to insure a proper fit!
- non smoking only
- wheelchair inaccessible
- pets not allowed
- children welcome
We moved from Anchorage, Alaska after 26 years and craved the outdoor experiences we were used to finding in the last frontier.
Bend had it all-road cycling, mountain biking, nordic skiing, back-country skiing, hiking, not to mention a scenic setting!
Now relocated in Bend, we spend most of our time on the trails and enjoying our Oregon roots.
Paula purchased this bungalow in 2011
Why Paula chose Bend
When we started looking in Bend, we wanted to be in walking distance from coffee shops, restaurants and close to downtown. We also wanted a genuine bungalow with classic charm. This double lot has trees surrounding the house and even though it's close in, there's a serene peaceful feel.
After years of owning an architectural Millwork shop, Bill went to work restoring the 100 yr. old bungalow and reclaiming it's original charm.