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Located in the heart of Central Oregon’s natural grandeur, Bend is the cornerstone of all things great in this special region of the state. If you’re looking to move to Bend, Hayden Homes offers you beautiful new homes for sale throughout the city at an unparalleled value. Check out the new home communities in Bend.
Redmond is a fast growing city in the heart of Central Oregon’s high desert beauty. On the eastern side of the Cascade Mountain Range, Redmond attracts those seeking a quaint but vibrant home. View all of our Redmond new home communities, to find the home that's right for you.
The charming city of Sisters lies just east of the Three Sisters deep in the heart of the Cascade Mountains. Old western facades line the main corridor through town, honoring the historic traditions of this frontier town. View our Sisters communities to find your charming new home today.
A mere 15 minutes from Ashland and 25 minutes from Grants Pass, lies the beautiful, warm, and welcoming city of Medford. Home to the famous Shakespeare Festival and Southern Oregon University, minutes from historic Jacksonville and its’ well-known Britt Festival, and close to Crater Lake and many National Forests and Parks.
Located in the heart of the Willamette Valley, Independence is a historic, rural community offering a charming and quiet lifestyle. If you're looking for a new home in Independence, explore the new home opportunities today!
Located minutes north of Eugene and Springfield, Oregon in the heart of the south Willamette Valley, Coburg offers many amenities of a larger town while maintaining its quaint, small-town charm. Explore the new homes for sale in Coburg today!
Located in the central Willamette Valley, Albany is only a few minutes from the larger city of Corvallis and Oregon State University’s lovely historic campus. Full of historic charm, more than 500 of Albany’s earliest structures remain. View the new home communities in Albany to find the home that's right for you today.
Oregon’s second largest city, home of the Ducks, Eugene is quickly growing a reputation for its’ active and open-minded culture. Also called the “Emerald City,” a tribute to the natural beauty of the Willamette National Forest and proximity to the McKenzie and Willamette Rivers, is one reason why Eugene is such a great city in which to reside. Find your new home in Eugene today.
Springfield is perched on the western edge of the Cascade Mountains and adjacent to the famed Willamette River, making outdoor excursions easier than ever before. Only minutes from the city of Eugene, University of Oregon, and a vibrant city culture, Springfield also features community amenities such as shopping, festivals, and concerts.