This is The Hiatus: A Cottage Community in Bend, Oregon. According to Tongue & Groove, the model is open for viewing from 12-4 pm every Thursday – Saturday, the location listed below.
The development consists of 22-cottages on foundations. The community also includes 3 common areas for residents. Interested? The community is still under development but you can learn more and inquire below.
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The Hiatus Community of Tiny Cottages in Bend, Oregon
Remember the Hiatus tiny cottage? It’s the one designed and built just for this community. So we assume that all the models will be very similar to this. It’s definitely a beautiful and spacious tiny house design. It’s designed by Tongue & Groove Tiny Homes and built by Tiny Smart Homes. What do you think?
Tour the rest of the Hiatus Cottage right here!
The Hiatus Cottage Community Flyer
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According to Tree Hugger, pricing is $249,000 USD which includes land, connection to city utilities, etc. Median price for a home in the area is $400,000 USD, so it is not an inexpensive neighborhood.
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Welcome to The Hiatus, a one-of-kind cottage community located in Southeast Bend. The Hiatus consists of a community of 500-square-foot cottages built in the “small/tiny house” design style. On the inside, these cottages are built with the highest quality fixtures and surfaces, with a focus on livable design. On the outside, community is key, with a network of paths, living ponds and gardens, as well as bocce courts and cozy fire pits.
From 12 – 4PM every Thursday – Saturday @ 61311 Benham Rd. Bend, OR 97702
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I really like the concept of the community but wish there could still be individuality in the homes – tired of the cookie cutter homes in subdivisions of the recent past – everyone doesn’t love the industrial/wood look.
I love these homes. Perfect for me. When will this “community” be up and running.? I’m would be interested in living here…
I wish that they could make some tiny homes that low income seniors could afford.
Say in the $50,000 price range. Then again. We can purchase $30,000 to $100000 dollar homes on a river where I currently live, they are nice cottage, too. However, it is getting just too cold to live in Mid Michigan and I am 67 and getting tired of shoveling the heavy snow. I don’t mind the light fluffy type. But, sometimes we get the heavy wet stuff along with the ice and that is too much.
Just too expensive. What happened to the idea of affordable tiny home living?
The land and utility hood ups are included with this…..but still lots of $
I’m sorry, but $250k for a glorified tiny home in Bend, OR is a joke. There are tons of park model homes with much better designs and layouts. To pay $250k and not be able to stand up in my loft bedroom is way out of reason.
The price is too outrageous …250K???… Come on…I agree with the comment before me that this is too expensive & all the homes are basically the same…No individuality to them at all…Sure you get land & hook ups to the utilities but that doesn’t even come close to making this an affordable home..Way too expensive…Plus if I’m going to drop 250K for a home I’m going to be able to stand up in my bedroom…Ridiculous
I agree. Not only that but they aregetting too expensive
Left Coast = Overpriced Housing
Yes you guys are absolutely right the whole purpose of the Tiny House movement was affordability. Now it is totally pricing out the ones it was intended for. Don’t need all the luxury just a simple home with affordable price. And I don’t mean trashy just a nice simple home. The buyer can make something simple, gorgeous with their touch here and there