RISMEDIA, July 18, 2008- Fly fishing has always been an outdoor sport held at the utmost regard by fisherpersons everywhere. Despite requiring a great deal of patience and skill, the sport continues to gain popularity amongst outdoor enthusiasts of all ages. The real estate market has even seen a significant surge in a niche of buyers looking for homes near rivers where they can live the fly fishing lifestyle.
Teri Green with The Hasson Company’s Bend branch received coverage in Tuesday’s New York Times article for her 4-bedroom, 3.5 bathroom home on the Deschutes River in Central Oregon. Green’s listing is the perfect spot for the fly fisherperson and outdoor enthusiast.
Sitting on 1.25 acres in Tumalo, Ore., the home’s spacious 2,847-square foot floor plan features African mahogany exterior doors, custom cherry cabinetry, flagstone rock flooring and eight-zone radiant heat. Breathtaking views of the river can be found in the great room and master suite. In addition to river access, the partially wooded property also boasts a workshop with 10-foot doors and an apartment above with one bedroom and one bathroom.
To learn more about this property, please visit: www.hasson.com/2802160.
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