Diverse Architectural Style In A Planned Community

Hidden Hills

Hidden Hills


Southeast Bend is gaining traction as a rapidly-growing area of new home neighborhoods. With large parcels of residential land located inside the city limits, opportunities are emerging for builders and developers to design and execute attractive new communities that deliver excellent value to home buyers.

Hidden Hills, located off SE Brosterhous Rd. south of SE Murphy Road, is such a neighborhood. Hidden Hills features a collection of livable and attractive homes by individual builders who have purchased lots from the developer. An architectural review process assures that design standards are met and architectural styles are diverse, ranging from Craftsman to Mid-Century Modern. Single-level and two-story homes are intermixed.

Building sites are level but lots near the west edge of the development are terraced, providing some homes with views of the Cascade Mountains.

The first phase of 30 lots built out quickly. Lots in the adjacent second phase were secured by builders through a lottery process and new home construction has been brisk. Streets, curbs and utilities are in place for future phases.

Phase 3 has just been released to builders, stay tuned for new homes coming soon.


Participating in the development of Hidden Hills are Tennant Developments LLC, Currry Architecture and Forterra. Harcourts The Garner Group is the designated listing agent for any lots remaining after the builder lottery and represents several builders active in the development.

Hidden Hills is located near the Bend Golf & Country Club, Larkspur Park, the Bend Senior Center and R.E. Jewell and Silver Rail elementary schools. Shopping and health care resources are not far away. Improvements to SE Murphy Road and SE 3rd St. in the vicinity of the Bend Parkway will translate into increased convenience for residents in Bend’s southeast sector. A planned extension of Murphy Rd. eastward to SE 15th St. will border the northern edge of Hidden Hills.

Also adding to the appeal of Southeast Bend will be a future community park at SE 15th St. and Murphy Rd., scheduled to coincide with the street extension. The Bend Park & Recreation District has purchased 37 acres for this purpose.