Sleeps up to 8. Like a breath of fresh mountain air, this house will take you away from the frantic pace of the modern world and back to a time when board games and homemade pies were weekend staples. The Homer house is one of Bend’s original Craftsman gems, located on Bend’s first platte, NW Delaware Avenue. It is a registered historic home, originally occupied by Homer and Bertha Mayrand. Homer was a sawyer for the Shevlin-Hixon Lumber Company. The first floor of the home has a large living room with hearth with gas insert in fireplace, dining area, modern kitchen and a retro dinette area overlooking the back yard. One of the finest features of this house is the enclosed front porch with cafe seating. There are two bedrooms on the main floor, each with a queen bed.
This house is ideal for folks who are looking for a laid back home base in Bend. The yard at Homer is large and flower-filled. There is a four-foot fence enclosing the backyard, making it pet-friendly, but not ideal for dogs that like to jump fences. There is a hot tub, barbecue, lots of outdoor seating and really lovely old-timey vibe. Delaware Avenue is a truly historic street with large lots, mature trees, and historic homes. Three blocks from the house is the popular Jackson’s Corner Market.. Downtown and the Old Mill are both easily accessible on foot or bike.
– Hot tub
– Pet-friendly (for dogs that don’t jump fences)
– Fully fenced yard
– Barbecue grill
– TV with cable and DVD player
– Registered historic home
– Close proximity to Old Mill and downtown Bend
– Gas fireplace
– Sitting porch
– Outdoor patio
- Regular Season $225
- Peak/Holiday Season $275
Please note that bookings require a two (2) night minimum stay.