Newly updated 1000 square foot townhome. 2 bedroom 1.5 bath river and mountain views, short walk to riverfront parks. Sleeps 6. All new stainless steel appliances. 40 inch flat screen tv. Wireless internet. Washer and dryer in unit. All new furnishings. Private deck overlooking the river. Quiet neighborhood. Walk to downtown or old mill. Restaurants, movie theaters, shopping, riverfront hike & bike trail.
2 Bedroom 1.5 Bath River And Mountain Views, Short Walk To Riverfront Park.
About Gary Clow
A semi retired professional married with two children at home. Have lived in Bend since 1987. Currently remodeling a 4 unit condominium in Bend OR to nightly, weekly, monthly vacation rental. I have traveled extensively and look forward to meeting new people and helping to share our wonderful town. A prior owner of the Suttle Lake Resort and Marina in Sisters, OR. I am also a licensed realtor in Oregon.
Gary Clow purchased this Townhome in 1990
Why Gary Clow chose Old Bend
Our location is central to all that Bend and Central Oregon has to offer. Enjoy the views and our newly upgraded and furnished Townhome.
Cancelled bookings will not receive a refund.
Easy and fun place to stay!
Bend at its best!!
Great location!! Comfortable space!! Plenty spacious for the five of us!!
Wonderful guests !! Glad they had a great visit to Bend and enjoyed stay with us. Bend has so much to offer. Look forward to having them back for future stays !!
Great view of river rapids.
Clean and when Windows or doors open you can here the water.
Close to action.
Excellent vacation location! My husband and I traded off riding bikes while the other stayed with our child. This place is really close to downtown so, while one of us had the car off playing, the other could find things to do by walking downtown or going to the river park that is right behind the townhouse. The owner was very kind and responsive to any and all of our questions. He even informed us about the local events. I would highly recommend this place!
Wonderful townhouse in great Bend location!
We stayed in the 2BR townhouse for 6 nights in June. Very clean and comfortable unit, especially the beds. We had everything we needed and loved how close it was to downtown restaurants, shopping, and hiking. No air conditioning, but they did provide a fan and we really didn't need it. The owners are great to work with. Reserved parking was a big plus in this area. Definitely check out the new grocery store, the Market of Choice. Jackson's Corner restaurant is wonderful. We would definitely stay here again.
We were very pleased with the unit. Had everything we needed and very comfortable. The two queen bed setup was what we needed. Close to town and the Old Mill area. Excellent communication with the owner.
Would rent this unit again in the future.
They were a pleasure to have as guests. We would welcome them back at anytime. Very respectful and left the rental in wonderful condition. First time to Bend, OR and we hope it's not their last. Gary
What’s not to love about a high-desert town with about 300 days a year of sunshine. This picturesque city of 80,000 is a seductive spot for travelers who are into craft brewing and the great outdoors. The bend region has 26 breweries, three wineries, two craft spirit distilleries, two cideries. There is a wealth of restaurants and fine eateries within walking distance or a short drive. Shopping in downtown or the old mill has theaters something for all to enjoy. World-class skiing at mount bachelor; and an embarrassment of riches for hikers, fishermen, climbers, stand-up paddle boarders and kayakers and over 30 golf courses. Run or hike or run through downtown, drake park and the old mill on the deschutes river trail. Smith rock state park, north of town, has sheer basalt walls and welded tuff cliffs that make it a magnet for rock climbers and hikers along the numerous trails. Cascade lakes highway. This 66-mile historic highway was selected by scenic america as one of the nation’s ten most important byways. It was also dedicated as a national forest scenic byway in 1989. The byway follows a journey of water through a volcanic landscape accentuated by 14 alpine lakes.