Introducing our newest addition, a gorgeous Tudor style home located in the Drake Park Neighborhood Historic District, listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Homes in this neighborhood are distinguished by their spacious treed lots, and an unusually high concentration of diverse architecture with unique cultural value. The neighborhood is adjacent to both Drake Park and downtown Bend and has historically been the preferred neighborhood for the city’s most prominent families. You cannot find a better address is Bend.
Built in 1925 for mill employee James Gilfillan and his violinist wife Ethel, the “Foley House” has been completely remodeled inside with an open floor plan centered around the original basalt fireplace. The home features three large bedrooms, three bathrooms, a huge living room, formal dining room with seating for eight, a modern kitchen with copper countertops. Downstairs is the master bedroom with en suite bath, featuring a king bed. Upstairs are two bedrooms: one bedroom with two queens beds, the other with a single queen bed. All bedrooms have European bedding including duvets and high-thread count linens. The home is filled with natural light and enjoys central forced air heat. There is a front-loading washer/dryer, high-efficiency dishwasher, gas range, and modern kitchen amenities. The yard is fully fenced with a private patio that features outdoor seating, bbq grill and carefully maintained hot tub. Foley house has smart TVs in two bedrooms, as well as the living room, with cable and digital recording devices. There is password-protected wifi for the house.
This house is pet friendly and available for rentals of 30 days or longer, between October 1 and May 1.
Historic beauty two blocks from Drake Park
– Gas fireplace
– Gas range
– Hot tub
– Fenced yard
– Gas BBQ
– Pet Friendly