From the moment you arrive at the timbered entrance and pass through its gates, it’s clear that Tanager stands out among Central Oregon’s most desirable boutique residential communities.
Tanager features 19 waterfront homesites, ranging from two to 12 acres, spread across 160 acres of forest, meadows, lakes, river, and canyons.
A network of trails and paths throughout the property connect homesites with the two lakes around which life at Tanager is centered. The north lake
is dedicated to non-motorized recreation such as swimming, stand-up paddle boarding, canoeing and kayaking, and fishing, while on the larger south lake owners enjoy exclusive access to a regulation water ski lake complete with turnaround islands, boat launch, and mooring slips.
With 80 percent of the acreage preserved as dedicated open space, Mother Nature is a priority and Tanager will provide critical year-round habitat
for wildlife including native deer and elk populations, migratory waterfowl, raptors, and more, including the community’s namesake bird, the Western Tanager.
Because water is the focal point, and in an effort to maximize open space, Tanager’s 19 lots are clustered around the property’s three primary bodies of water, with 11 homesites bordering the south lake, four homesites perched on the rimrock overlooking tranquil Tumalo Creek, and a single homesite on the shores of the north lake.
Tanager Development, LLC is a partnership between Eric and Brianna Cadwell and Nancy and Harris Kimble. The partnership supports local construction jobs and provides tax revenues to Deschutes County and the State. The Cadwells have successfully developed multiple projects in Central Oregon and own a respected local business. KCDG is guided by a mission to invest locally in order to provide economic and environmental benefits for their neighbors and community.
Tanager is located just six miles outside of beautiful downtown Bend, Oregon.
A Land Use Hearing was held on Oct. 23, 2017 at the Deschutes Services Building – 1300 NW Wall St. Bend, OR 97703. If you would like to submit public comment or testimony, please contact Anthony Raguine, Sr. Planner at Deschutes County by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org