A Little On Redmond, Oregon
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Central Oregon has many beautiful places to walk or hike to including: many spectacular waterfalls, Smith Rock to enjoy and take in Monkey Face Rock, the Dry Canyon and you can enjoy music on the green at Sam Johnson Park and American Legion Park part of the Dry Canyon, the Lava Lanes, and the Basalt River Canyon some of the greatest canyons in Oregon. No wonder there is so many new homes for sale in Redmond, Oregon!
There are many places to cool down, including: Centennial Park with refreshing fountains, Cascade Swim Center, Cline Falls and other falls. There are many rivers to explore for: fishing, camping, boating and hiking. Spectacular places to go biking and rock climbing. The McKenzie Pass, Cove Palisades, Cascade Mountains and Ochoco Mountains.
Mt Jefferson, Mt Bachelor, Hoodoo are great places to play in the winter to enjoy Skiing, Snow Shoeing and Sledding. There are many mountains all around including: Mt Bachelor, MT Jefferson, Three Sister, Three Finger Jack, Broken Top, and Black Butte all a part of the Cascade Mountain Range. There is access to recreational opportunities, including mountain biking, fishing, hiking, camping, rock climbing, white-water rafting, skiing, and golf. Redmond is a full-service municipality and one of the fastest-growing industrial and residential communities in Oregon.
- Vern Patrick Elementary School
- Westside Christian School
Bestplaces.net rates Redmond 1 of 100 for danger. However, it scores 25.4 for violent crimes but 60.2 for property crime.
According to Trulia, market trends “indicate an increase of $11,950 (4%) in median” of homes for sale in this area.
In mid-2018, the median for house-sizes were as follows:
2 Bedroom: $239,000
3 Bedroom: $292,000
4 Bedroom: $345,000
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