Well recognized for its charming small town ambiance, as well as close proximity to some of Oregon’s most stunning lakes, rivers and mountains, Sisters (its name is taken from the nearby Three Sisters mountains) offers a wide range of vacation homes and full time residences. With its frontier themed downtown boasting boutiques, art galleries, Western wear, antiques as well as wonderful restaurants, Sisters offers an enclave of neighborhoods popular for families, retirees, vacationers and everything in between. The population has been steady with new subdivisions including Timber Creek, Pine Meadow Village, and ClearPine. Home prices and styles vary bringing in the old and new, with many residences located in traditional neighborhoods, while others on expansive lots which you will find in the Tollgate, Crossroads and Squaw Creek Canyon Estates subdivisions.  Black Butte Ranch and Aspen Lakes are two nearby very popular golf resorts that also offer a wide array of homes.

Served by the highly regarded Sisters School District, here you will find approximately 1,300 students at its three schools, elementary, middle and high school as well as an alternative school for high school students.  Sisters also has several commercial developments and a new county library and City Hall as well as an active social events calendar that includes the annual Rodeo, arts festivals, and perhaps it’s most famous event, the largest quilt show in the country.  Yet perhaps Sisters is best known for its breathtaking beauty.  Located at the edge of the Cascade Mountain Range, and near three Sisters Mountain, there are numerous adventures waiting for the most skilled athlete to those that like to take their time while soaking in the scenery.  Opportunities such as hiking, biking, horseback riding, camping, snow and water sports as well as golfing, tennis and much more are all close to downtown.  Just a short 30-minute drive to Bend, Sisters attracts a large share of tourists particularly during the busy summer months, which is why many residents prefer to live outside the city limits.