This Oregon outpost is the closest private residence to the Three Sisters Mountains.
Tucked away by Deschutes National Forest, 2R Ranch keeps its own private stock of the Pacific Northwest’s best traits. Pine trees tower high above, the Cascade Mountains ascend into the clouds, a basalt rock outcropping sturdies the land below, and a clear stream flows into a trout-filled pond with its own white-sand beach.
PHOTOGRAPHY: Steve Tague Studios.
The property is remote—you can’t see it from any public road—yet conveniently located only a few minutes from nearby Sisters, Oregon, and its airport (not to mention it’s the closest private residence to the 10,000-ft. Three Sisters Mountains). If the surrounding nature wasn't enough, the main residence—with three bedrooms, three full baths, and two powder rooms—offers even more inside its rustic-modern, craftsman-style interiors. There are 360-degree mountain views, Brazilian hardwood decking, and a balance of wide-open glass windows with substantial Western furnishings. Rock formations, antler fixtures, and timber-inspired décor complement an outcropping of regional art, like the life-size North American bison sculpture and totem pole located between the main house and the stables.
PHOTOGRAPHY: Timothy Park Photo + Video.
Yes, we mentioned stables. Recently added to the property is a massive facility floored in reinforced concrete that includes four custom horse stalls, a tack room, a vet/laundry room and a wash rack (there’s also an adjacent 2-stall horse barn with hay storage). But wait, there’s more. The 12,680-sqft. structure also includes a 1950s themed garage/shop and drive-through RV bays, and offers space for a helicopter, boat, RVs, cars, or anything your collector’s heart desires.
The nearly 200-acre property is listed for just more than $7 million.
Sisters, Oregon | 194 acres | $7,250,000
5,000 sqft. main residence + 12,680 sqft. custom facility
Listed by Ryland Moore, Live Water Properties; Chamese Christianson, Legacy Realty
PHOTOGRAPHY: (Cover image) Steve Tague Studios; (Bison image) Timothy Park Photo + Video.