Tetherow Launches Townhome Subdivision


Triple Knot Associates, LLC. announced it will break ground on the first phase of its new townhome community at Tetherow Resort this month.

The new development will be named Tripleknot Townhomes, with the first phase consisting of 22 homes.  Floor plans will range from a 2,100 to roughly 2,700 square feet.  They will include single-level as well as two-story homes with multiple master suites.  Prices are anticipated to start in the high $400,000s.  

The townhomes will be built by Arrowood Development, LLC, which is owned by local developers John Lietz and Don Bauhofer, who have specialized in the development of townhome communities on Bend’s west side. The company currently is building the townhomes at PointsWest, adjacent to Widgi Creek golf course.  The company’s previous projects include Bridge Creek Village, Whisper Ridge, Arrowood Trail and Tyrion Sky in Broken Top, along with Arrowood Summit.

Tripleknot is being designed by John Muir, a well known architect out of Carbondale, Colorado and a recently new resident of Bend.  Muir has design residential projects throughout the Roaring Fork Valley in Colorado as well as the townhomes Arrowood is building at PointsWest.

Tripleknot’s first phase will border the 11th fairway at Tetherow and offer panoramic views of the Cascade Mountains. The developer anticipates that sales information on the homes will be available in early June and the model home will be open for viewing in October.

Tripleknot is part of the overall master-planned community of Tetherow, home to the nationally ranked David McLay Kidd golf course which opened in the spring of 2008.  The resort abuts the National Forest and lies next to the Phil’s Loop trail head.


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