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Contemporary Highlands home in Bend, OR

Contemporary Highlands home in Bend, OR
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Through the courtyard entry you walk toward the main entry door. There is also a deck to the left of the entry accessed via double sliding doors to allow the owners easy access for morning coffee.
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Contemporary Highlands home in Bend, OR
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The front of the home is entered via an open courtyard set off by stone columns with a roof structure. The fence of the courtyard is down is powder coated metal. It defines the courtyard yet doesn't impact the owner's views from the house.
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Looking from the kitchen toward the great room of the home. The ribbon of fire firebox is featured in a stone and metal wrapped full height surround. The cabinet to the left of the fireplace hides the room's tv in a Sapele and Bamboo crafted cabinet.
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Looking from the home's great room toward the kitchen and dining room. The large beam allows for the space to be open without an post for support.
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The home's fireplace is composed of stone matching the exterior wrapped with powder coated metal with stainless steel bands. The room's TV is hidded in the cabinet on the left crafted from bamboo & stained sapele. The mantel is sapele with metal & stainless steel accents.
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Looking at the master bath-- but in the foreground and the walk in shower on the right. The double vanity with the makeup area for the owner in the center.
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Contemporary Highlands home in Bend, OR
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The custom front entry door reflects the look of interior doors just on a grander scale. The door invites the eye to see through the great room to the mountain views beyond.
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A still closer view of the outdoor living space with it's unique 'L' shaped fire pit.
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A view of the home's rear elevation. The roof on the right is fitted with 10KW of photovoltaic panels to service the home yet they aren't visible in most views of the residence.
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Contemporary Highlands home in Bend, OR
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Another view of the front elevation with rock elements highlighting the front entry. Facia is both cedar and metal with various materials used to highlight the design of the home.
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Contemporary Highlands home in Bend, OR
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A final look at the home--the main bank of windows if for the home's great room. There are various pitch roofs used in the design, the nearly flat roof's actually have rock on top!
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Contemporary Highlands home in Bend, OR
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A closer view of the upper deck of the home which also forms the covered deck area just off the kitchen. The family's bbq is just to the right and the unique fire pit invites you to come out and enjoy the view and at night the stars!
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