Eliot Park Neighborhood

Tour an Open House!

This weekend, for every person who tours the open home on 5th street in Hood River; Curtis Homes will donate a meal to FISH Food Bank.

Free Open House: (*Look for signs)

4-6pm
Friday, May 13

9am-1pm
Saturday, May 14

Meet Cameron Curtis, tour a new Curtis Homes’ house and learn more about upcoming neighborhoods/homes in Hood River. The new home is one-story (see pictured floor-plan), behind Rosauers and a part of the newest phase of the Sieverkropp neighborhood!

Wednesday
11
May 2016

Homes for Sale in Hood River- 2015

Hood River:

Mt. Vista Neighborhood- This family oriented neighborhood is surrounded by a community park and school.  Located behind Rosauers and on the Heights of Hood River, OR.
*See the map of Mt. Vista community below.
**Contact Curtis homes for list of the lots available.

Phase 1 plat map-print

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Rocky Road- A brand new neighborhood, only a handful of lots, nestled into a wooded area with Mt. Adam views.  The new homes will have a common space and larger lots sizes available. These lots aren’t ready to build on yet, coming soon!

White Salmon:

Sun Vista Estates-  Ready-set-build! There is only three lots left in the estate community.  The lots are on a dead-end road with beautiful Gorge views, river, surrounding mountains, and forest views.  Located on Strawberry Mountain in White Salmon, WA.
*Lot 2 is sold.

Sun Vista Estates Plot Map

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*Please contact Curtis Homes for details on finding a specific lot or custom home building.

Tuesday
07
July 2015

Family Home in Hood River, Oregon

Morrison_collageA new home was recently finished in Hood River, Oregon in the Eliot Park Neighborhood (located behind Horizon School).  The home’s floor plan was designed by Alan Mascord and is named ‘The Morrison’  The Home is 2,000+ sq. ft. and has three bedrooms with two/half bath.  While this home was already pre-sold to a family, feel free to ask us about other lots or floor plans we are building in the area.

View more photos of the Home on Houzz!

 

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It is all in the details!

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Master Bathroom

 

Thursday
10
July 2014

New Homes in Hood River

[slideshow_deploy id=’554’] Hood River and the Columbia Gorge is a fantastic place to live! With limited homes on the market it makes building a new home a great option.  Curtis Homes works with families moving to the area or wanting a larger home in the Hood River area.  Builder Cameron Curtis, works families to choice a lot, house plan and price that meet their needs.  The Curtis Homes team has homes being built in Eliot Park, located on the Heights in Hood River, the Meadow Lark neighborhood, also located on the Heights by Westside Elementary, and lots in the local area too.  Curtis Homes is beginning construction on a new 4-lot neighborhood in White Salmon on Strawberry Mountain.  Our goal is to build quality homes for our clients, and enable families to join a community they can thrive in.

To keep open communication and address concerns the home buyers schedule weekly walk-throughs with builder Cameron Curtis.  During these hour-long meetings, at the home being built, questions are answered and changes discussed.

To find out more about our process of building new homes contact us–  541-436-0736 or by email Cameron@curtishomesllc(dot)com

*Slideshow is a Curtis Homes’ house under-construction.

Wednesday
18
June 2014

Relocating to Hood River, Oregon

The Columbia River Gorge is a beautiful place, and many people want to move to the area to be a part of the local communities.  The larger towns within the Scenic Gorge area are Hood River, White Salmon, and The Dalles; smaller communities such as Cascade Locks and Mosier also add to the flavor of the Gorge.  Many consider Troutdale the entrance to the Gorge.   Here are resources from a “old” local gal for anyone planning on moving to the Gorge or interested in a second home in the area.   

Where is Hood River?

The City of Hood River parallels the Columbia River, and is nestled in the scenic Gorge region of Oregon.  Across the Hood River Bridge are the small towns of Bingen and White Salmon, Washington.  Hood River is located an hour east of Portland and the Portland Int’l Airport.  (View of Hood River)

Hood River_Google Maps

Industries in Hood River?

Hood River is home to a diverse group of local industries ranging from technology software companies to fruit packing houses.  Tourism, healthcare, timber industry and government positions are some of the larger employers in the area.  Recreational sports draw thousands of people every year to the Columbia River Gorge, creating lots of tourism opportunities.  There are many entrepreneurs that call the Gorge home, and as a by-product there are a lot of small business owners thriving in the Gorge.

What is Popular in Town?

There is never a dull moment in “the Hood’ with many activities to try!  Many locals and tourists enjoy a number of water sports (Windsurfing, Kiteboarding, SUP Boarding, Kayaking).  After a day on the river, try one of the many local breweries and/or wineries.  The town is full of fantastic restaurants such as 3 Rivers, 6th Street Bistro, Solstice and Celilo.  Hood River has many wonderful seasonal festivals too! (Click on the festival for details) Harvest Fest, Blossom Fest, Pear & Wine Fest, Hops Fest, Hood River Holidays

What about neighborhoods in Hood River?

Within the City of Hood River their are several different areas, Downtown, the Heights, and Fruit Loop.  The Downtown area is full of shops and historic homes.  The Heights neighborhood is also full of established neighborhoods and home to Jackson Park.  On the Heights, near Horizon School and Rosauers Grocery, is the Eliot Park neighborhood.  The Eliot Park neighborhood will be expanded by several lots in summer of 2014.  There is also the Meadow Lark neighborhood on the Heights adjacent to Westside Elementary.

Website Resources:

Hood River News

Hood River Biz Buzz

City of Hood River

Hood River County

Hood River County Chamber

Community Education

Gorge.net/classifieds

 

 

 

Wednesday
23
April 2014

Questions to ask about Windows

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Let’s talk windows.  Windows can be draped, covered, shaded, or frosted. Windows give a room character, light, functionality, or a view.  Windows come in all colors, shapes, sizes and styles too!  There were a lot of wonderful windows in a recent pre-sold home built by the Curtis Homes crew. The windows benefit the new homeowner by bringing in cross-breezes, natural light and added character to each room.

In a new home or remodel think about what a new window will do for the room.  There are A LOT of window choices, but try to narrow down the options by thinking through what the room needs.  For example, does the room need more natural light?  Is the exterior of the home lacking a little character?  Would a sunset or sunrise be missed without a window in the room?

Once you know what benefits from a window the room will have, think about what you’ll see on the other side of that window, such as neighbors, mountain view, trees or a backyard.  Add a skylight, dormer window, picture window, bay window (the list goes on-and-on) based on what makes sense for the space and it’s surroundings.

The Curtis Homes’ preference is to include lots of  windows, as it makes sense of course, because we are building homes in Hood River, Oregon, the most beautiful place in the world.  Hilltop or mountain views makes us want to add a window. Possibility of natural light in a master bedroom’s walk-in closest makes us want to add a window.   Ask yourself what makes you want to add a window?

See more photos on Houzz.com

Monday
20
January 2014
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