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Team Pendley’s June Featured Homes For Sale

4710 Christopher Ave SE, Albany, OR

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Looking for a home with some land and close to town?? Look no further….This cute home sits on almost 1 acre. Nice updates and beautiful hardwood floors throughout. Newer roof, updated vinyl windows and attached 2 car garage. Fenced pasture and room for your animals. This one won’t last long.

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http://www.teampendley.com/4710-Christopher-Ave-SE-Albany-OR~l4931042

327 6th Ave SE, Albany, OR

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Great Income Property with Newer Foundation approx 20 years ago, updated electrical approx 10 years ago. Lifetime roof.  Rent is $595/month on a month to month basis.

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http://www.teampendley.com/327-6th-Ave-SE-Albany-OR~l4913590

3866 Linn Ave SE, Albany, OR

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Don’t miss out on this home w Character & Charm…. This inviting 4 bedroom home offers large vaulted ceilings in the living room accented by the glow of a warm fire place, picture window & recessed lighting. Large open kitchen & breakfast bar w combined dining area makes the perfect place for entertaining! 4th bedroom downstairs makes for a great bonus room option. Over Sized Master Suite offers dual closets, bathroom w dual vanities, & ample linen storage… plus bonus attic storage area. 2 car garage w RV smaller parking area, fenced back yard, covered deck, great neighborhood, great schools & great I-5 commuter location!

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http://www.teampendley.com/3866-Linn-Ave-SE-Albany-OR~l4889006

3173 Hannah Ave SE, Albany, OR

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With lots of room to relax… This ravishing spacious home is ready for new owners! 5 bedrooms, 3 baths, 3 car garage, & 2794 sq ft with all the extras imaginable, this could be the ONE! Granite counter tops in the kitchen as well as bathrooms, hardwood floors, oversized upper kitchen cabinets, & all stainless steel appliances!! 9 ‘ Ceilings make this grand entryway simply breath taking! Large bedrooms, ample storage, & superb details put this Hannah Estate Beauty over the top!! Home warranty also included!

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http://www.teampendley.com/3173-Hannah-Ave-SE-Albany-OR~l4911974

 

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Get to Know Oregon Airlie Winery

AIRLIE WINERY
SERIOUS WHITES & ELEGANT REDS since 1986

Philosophy and History

PHILOSOPHY

From farming principles, to treatment of employees, customers, vendors and the animals we share our homes with, sustainability and relationships consume us. We believe in a lifestyle that combines work with play, a dedication to our craft with commitment to share our good fortune with others. A dream lived is a wonderful thing!

Expect to be NUDGED when you visit. All tasting fees (you determine the amount) are donated to local food banks. On sunny days expect conversation and the sharing of your picnic food with fellow tasters. Dogs are welcome to visit along with the humans who feed them.

Our vineyard and winery are certified sustainable, LIVE (Low Input Viticulture & Enology) and Salmon Safe the same is true for BeckenRidge Vineyard supplier of our remaining grapes. Our duty to the earth is to think about the least disruptive practices that will produce the best fruit, thus the best wine.

The town of Airlie has a rich background dating back to the early 1800’s and the Pony Express. Once a Christmas tree farm, the original owners established and began planting Dunn Forest Vineyard in 1983. They founded Airlie Winery in 1986.

I (Mary Olson) purchased Airlie Winery and the estate vineyard in 1997. Our Wine maker Elizabeth Clark joined the Airlie Family in 2005 along with Sue Shay, marketing and sales, 2012. Sebastian, 2003 and Guadalupe 2007 round out the Willamette Valley’s best vineyard crew.

Nestled in the coastal mountain range on the western edge of the Willamette Valley, the inviting setting, complete with a picnic area and pond, extends any plans for just a brief stop. Located in the Heart of Willamette Valley, Corvallis, Salem, Albany, Dallas and Monmouth are just a short drive away.

Thirty acres of grapes consisting of eight varietals: Pinot Noir, Pinot Gris, Chardonnay, Riesling, Müller Thurgau, Gewürztraminer, Maréchal Foch, and Muscat Ottonel make up sixty-five percent of the grapes used in making Airlie Wines. BeckenRidge Vineyard, located 20 miles away west of Dallas Oregon, supplies the remaining grapes. BeckenRidge is more than a supplier, they are friends as well. I buy their grapes and they sell my wines at their event center Visit the BeckenRidge Website.

Please visit the Airlie Website for more information and to order wine!!!
http://www.airliewinery.com/

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(541) 990-2530

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Certified Distressed Property Expert
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Doug Hall, Broker
(541) 979-0571

**Pat Pendley, Christie Pendley ,and Doug Hall, are licensed Real Estate Brokers in the State of Oregon with RE/MAX Integrity

Get To Know Oregon Oregon Hot Springs.

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Shake Off The Winter Chill In the Warm Water Of One Of The Many Oregon Hot Springs

Hunter’s Hot Springs Resort

Hunter’s Hot Springs Resort is the home of Old Perpetual, the only hot water geyser in the entire Pacific Northwest. Oregon’s only continuously spouting geyser shoots a plume of 200 degree water over 60 feet into the air every 90 seconds (seasonally) and fills the many surrounding ponds that attract a diverse bird population. Old Perpetual is among one of the greatest attractions in Lakeview.

Come stay with us today and enjoy our warm hospitality. Whether your looking for a relaxing get-away, a nights sleep, a great place to dine in our Geyser Grill Restaurant, or planning a group event, we would be happy to make your stay most enjoyable and memorable.

After a long day of enjoying the treasures of Oregon’s Outback, come back and relax in our outdoor hot mineral water pool, which is maintained at about 104 degrees. The pool is also available for those not staying at the resort, and dressing rooms and shower facilities are available.

WEBSITE
https://michael-greenman.squarespace.com/home

Belknap Hot Springs

Belknap Hot Springs is located on the McKenzie River, one of Central Oregon’s hidden jewels.

Open 365 days of the year with our two mineral hot spring pools and many acres of gardens including the extravagant Secret Garden, Belknap offers a relaxing experience not soon to be forgotten.

WEBSITE
http://belknaphotsprings.com/

Crystal Crane Hot Springs

Worth the stop just for the private hot tub experience.”

“Got up early to soak in the 102 degree outdoor pool (included in price of lodging) and watch the beautiful sunrise while the coyotes howled in the distance.”

“They have everything you need here, even a kitchen to prepare meals and wash up your dishes, which I thought was very cool.”

WEBSITE
http://cranehotsprings.com/

Breitenbush Hot Springs Resort and Conference Center

Natural hot spring pools, tiled tubs and steam sauna
Sumptuous organic vegetarian cuisine
Cozy cabins with geo-thermal heat and camping in summer
Over 150 workshops, conferences, and celebrations annually
Daily Well-being programs like Yoga, EDGU and meditation
Historic Lodge with spacious decks
The Sanctuary for meditation, reflection and yoga
Gift shop with books and artisan crafted gifts
Library for lounging and reading
Ancient forest trails
Stone Labyrinth
Massage
And Much More!

Breitenbush Retreat and Conference Center is a worker-owned cooperative and
intentional community on 154 acres of wildlife sanctuary in the
Willamette National Forest of the Oregon Cascades.

WEBSITE
http://www.breitenbush.com/

McCredie Hot Springs

Located on Highway 58, southeast of Eugene, Oakridge and Westfir are close to some of Oregon´s best recreational spots. No matter what sport you’re into, chances are you’ll find it somewhere around here. For those who love camping you´re just minutes away the campgrounds of the Willamette National Forest. Prefer fishing? Some of the best trout fishing can be found on the Middle Fork of the Willamette River which flows right by Oakridge on its way down to the Willamette Valley floor. More excellent fishing and boating can be enjoyed on nearby mountain river, lakes and reservoirs.

There are nearly 500 miles of trails for every kind of outdoor recreation including hiking, biking, birding, hunting, cross county skiing, and equestrian activities. If you like to recreate with a motor we have special motorcycle and snowmobile trails. And, as if all the above isn’t enough, there is a ski area only 30 miles to the east.

Mountain biking deserves special mention in our area, as there are a number of annual events dedicated to this growing sport. From beginner to extremely advanced, you’ll find your epic ride here in the Oakridge/Westfir Area

WEBSITE
http://www.oakridgechamber.com/

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We Go The Extra Mile, It’s Less Crowded!

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Pat Pendley, Principal Broker
(541) 990-2530

Christie Pendley, Broker
Certified Distressed Property Expert
(541) 619-3640

Doug Hall, Broker
(541) 979-0571

**Pat Pendley, Christie Pendley ,and Doug Hall, are licensed Real Estate Brokers in the State of Oregon with RE/MAX Integrity

Team Pendley’s October Featured Homes

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1666 Del Rio Av SE A, B, C, D, Albany, OR 97322
Great investment opportunity or owner occupy 4-plex. Townhouse style units

http://www.teampendley.com/1666-Del-Rio-Av-SE-Albany-OR~l4638548

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3849 Ryunkin St SE, Albany, OR 97322
Amazing Hickory Floors & Cabinets as well as the large open windows with 12’ ceilings brighten up every space of this home! Master suite on the main level including dual sinks & walk in closet
http://www.teampendley.com/3849-Ryunkin-St-SE-Albany-OR~l4833099

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2802 NW Convoy Way, Waldport, OR 97394
Newer 2 bedroom, 2 bath w/Office or Guest Room! This AMAZING home in Bayshore is located just a one block walk to the beach & very close to private clubhouse.
http://www.teampendley.com/2802-NW-Convoy-Way-Waldport-OR~l2170059

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1025 22nd Ave SE, Albany, OR 97322
Unbelievable back yard!! This 3 bedroom 1.5 bath home offers 1296 sq ft all on a 0.23 acre lot in town!
http://www.teampendley.com/1025-22nd-Ave-SE-Albany-OR~l4835423

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1497 North Heights, Albany, OR 97321
Hard to find 5 bedroom Home in North Albany w Home Office or Dual Living Possibilities built by Sierra Construction
http://www.teampendley.com/1497-North-Heights-Albany-OR~l4670445

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3750 Spicer Drive, Albany, OR 97322
This “One owner” Classic 60’s Ranch Style home offers over 2500 sq ft, 3 bedrooms, 2 baths, 2 car garage PLUS 40 x 60 Shop with loft area for storage!!

http://www.teampendley.com/3750-Spicer-Drive-Albany-OR~l4664955

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625 35th Ave SE, Albany, OR 97322
This rare find 4 bedroom beauty is located in lovely South Albany! Offering a master suite w walk in closet, master bath w tile floors & French doors leading outside to the tropical rock garden w Koi Pond!
http://www.teampendley.com/625-35th-Ave-SE-Albany-OR~l4832416

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1599 Salmon Run SW, Albany, OR 97321
This quality built Monticello home is a real charmer w the best lot in the neighborhood
http://www.teampendley.com/1599-Salmon-Run-SW-Albany-OR~l4834354

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Team Pendley
with RE/MAX Integrity
We Go The Extra Mile, It’s Less Crowded!

http://www.teampendley.com/

Pat Pendley, Principal Broker
(541) 990-2530

Christie Pendley, Broker
Certified Distressed Property Expert
(541) 619-3640

Doug Hall, Broker
(541) 979-0571

**Pat Pendley, Christie Pendley ,and Doug Hall, are licensed Real Estate Brokers in the State of Oregon with RE/MAX Integrity

Get to Know Oregon Salmon Watch Program

Salmon Watch
by Grant McOmie – October 17th, 2014

Many Oregon streams – like Eagle Creek in the Columbia River Gorge – show that summer has past and now, it is fall! The small creek near Bonneville dam is often choked with chinook and coho salmon, and it is a prime site to watch the fish.

The Salmon River near Welches, Oregon also offers a fine spot for a Salmon Watch. Here, the chinook salmon are hard to miss – no longer gleaming silver, the big fish are mottled black and gray. They started life right here four years ago and that is a profound lesson not lost on Kirk Ordway’s 6th grade class. “I have been fortunate to join the Salmon Watch program for the past four years and it’s huge with the kids; getting them out here and experience nature one on one,” said Ordway. In fact, his group of youngsters are a part of 1200 Portland area students – ranging from middle school through high school experience a Salmon Watch this fall thanks to the not for profit, Portland-based “World Salmon Council.”

Ordway’s watch actually began in his science class at Mt Tabor Middle School – where the salmon watch program provides the curriculum, supplies – plus the cost of the field trip and even pay for a substitute teacher, so Ordway is able to join his students in the field when the salmon watch field day arrives.

In the field, volunteer teacher Janet Davis (one of four volunteers assigned to each class) guided the young newcomers by teaching them scientific methods to measure the environment. Davis was retired when she learned that the Salmon Watch program needed volunteers, so she stepped up to lead her life in a new direction. “Students must be able to think systematically rather than ‘Oh, I was told this, therefore it must be true.’ They need a way to verify what they see and hear in a systematic way. Plus, I love the outdoors and wanted to be a part of it.”

Since the Salmon Watch program began more than 20 years ago, over 60,000 Oregon students have learned what salmon need to thrive, noted Alyssa Thornburg. Thornburg is the Salmon Watch Program Manager and added that not surprisingly, it’s what people need, too: cold, clean water. “Salmon are so deeply characteristic of our region and yet kids grow up these days not knowing that we live so close to magnificent streams, and that these salmon swim through here every season of the year. It’s an important heritage that youngsters need to know so they can protect it.”

Mt Tabor Middle School student, Austin Larsen, said that a day streamside observing and learning takes hold in a way the classroom can’t. “We tested water quality and we ran some transect lines and quadrant lines in the forest to survey the vegetation. I have learned that salmon need specific conditions to live in, so the water needs to be a perfect range of temperatures or they won’t survive. Well, I want to survive too, so it’s important to know this information.”

Kirk Ordway said that sort of understanding for his students – or anyone – who calls Oregon their home. “How often can you go around the city and see salmon running up a stream? You can’t. How often can you walk through an old growth forest – you can’t! So the chance for us to come here – to an old growth forest area along the Salmon River and bear witness to nature and its life cycles – it’s a remarkable moment and you can’t beat that.”

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Travel Oregon
http://traveloregon.com/trip-ideas/grants-getaways/salmon-watch/

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Certified Distressed Property Expert
(541) 619-3640

Doug Hall, Broker
(541) 979-0571

**Pat Pendley, Christie Pendley ,and Doug Hall, are licensed Real Estate Brokers in the State of Oregon with RE/MAX Integrity

To-Dos: Your September Home Checklist

To-Dos: Your September Home Checklist

Boost the comforts of home for fall with a few of these ideas for stocking up and staying cozy

1. Remove A/C units. If you use window air conditioning units, now is the time to either remove them (preferable) or cover them outside with protective insulation.

2. Add weather stripping. If you have old weather stripping that has loosened, remove it and replace it with new material. New double-pane windows may not need weather stripping, but most older windows can benefit from it, and if you notice a draft, you should add weather stripping no matter how new the windows are.

3. Inspect the roof. Either get help and carefully climb a ladder so you can look at your roof, or hire someone to do this for you. Problems like damaged shingles and worn-out seals around vent pipes and chimneys are much easier to remedy if you catch them early

4. Give the family room some TLC. Beef up the family room for the cozy season ahead by upgrading technology, bringing in extra cushions and a cozy throw, or simply cleaning and tidying up. Movie night is more fun when the family room is comfy and welcoming.

5. Put some fall-blooming plants on the porch. Sweep away summer sand and dirt, and set out a few pots of chrysanthemums or other late-summer plants in gorgeous fall hues. It’s an affordable way to give your porch a quick fall makeover

6. Stock up on birdseed. The birds that stick around for the winter could use some extra help when wild food becomes scarce. Stock up now on birdseed so you can keep those feeders full.

Providing a water source (either a birdbath or simply a saucer of water) is another way to show kindness to our feathered friends. Refresh it every day to deter mosquitoes.

7. Order firewood. If you use a woodstove for warmth or enjoy using your fireplace a lot, now is a good time to order a delivery of firewood. Try not to store it directly against the house, since that can encourage critters to take up residence, but do put it in a covered outdoor area to protect it from rain.

8. Seal gaps where mice could enter. Speaking of critters, take a close look around the exterior of your home and cover any and all gaps you find (even tiny ones!) so mice cannot get in. A heavy-duty screen or hardware cloth works well to cover exterior vents, and door sweeps attached at the bottom of doors will prevent furry critters from squeezing in.

9. Get covers for patio furniture and grill. If you plan to leave your patio furniture or grill outdoors through the fall and winter, cover them well and stow them beneath an overhang that will protect them from the worst weather

10. Have chimney maintenance done and add a chimney cap. Don’t even think about using that fireplace until you’ve had it cleaned! Built-up creosote inside the chimney can cause a house fire.

Also, there’s always the possibility that an animal family has taken up residence inside — and even if the critters have moved on, the nest itself could cause a major problem if it’s not cleared out.

If you do not already have one, speak with your chimney sweep about adding a chimney cap. This metal cap with screened sides will stop animals from getting in and can protect your roof from any burning embers.

11. Clean the laundry room. A fresh, clean laundry room can make getting chores done more pleasant. Start by cleaning out the dryer vents to prevent lint buildup, which can lead to fires. Wipe down surfaces, mop the floor and declutter.

12. Swap out bedding. Dig out those thicker blankets, quilts and duvets, in preparation for the cooler nights ahead. If they smell musty, have them laundered now so they are fresh and ready to put on the bed on that first chilly night. If you are shopping for new bedding, try a richer color palette for fall. Warm spice tones, like the ones shown here, are classic — even a few new pillow shams can make a big difference.

13. Make time for breakfast. Back-to-school time often means busier mornings. Make a commitment to carve out time for a real breakfast every morning. It doesn’t have to be complicated — muesli, granola or oatmeal with add-ins like fruit and nuts makes a hearty but quick breakfast. To make things even easier in the morning, try setting the table the night before.

Information courtesy of
HOUZZ

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We Go The Extra Mile, It’s Less Crowded!

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(541) 990-2530

Christie Pendley, Broker
Certified Distressed Property Expert
(541) 619-3640

Doug Hall, Broker
(541) 979-0571

**Pat Pendley, Christie Pendley ,and Doug Hall, are licensed Real Estate Brokers in the State of Oregon with RE/MAX Integrity

4 Tips for Furniture Arrangement

You step into a room and you know something is off but you can’t pinpoint it. Could it be the furniture arrangement?

Home design writer Fred Albert with the Houzz editorial staff offers up several tips on proper furniture arrangement. Here are four of his tips, along with some tips from HGTV.com, on finding the right balance when furnishing a space.

Posted in Staging Tips, by Blog Contributor on August 25, 2014

1. Pinpoint a focal point: What do you want to highlight in the room? A fireplace or the beautiful view it offers to the outside? Arrange the furniture to highlight the focal point. Have the largest piece of furniture, such as the sofa, pointed toward the room’s focal point.

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2. Create balance: You can achieve balance by using symmetrical or even asymmetrical arrangements, depending on the feel you want to create in the room. In formal areas, symmetrical tends to work best, such as two alike sofas across from one another. If you want a room to feel more casual, you might do an asymmetrical arrangement, such as a sectional across from two small arm chairs.

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3. Good flow: Consider how traffic will walk through the room. You’ll want to be sure to keep a path between doorways. Albert recommends allowing 30 to 48 inches of width for major traffic routes and a minimum of 24 inches of width for minor ones.

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4. Mix in some contrast: Consider combining straight and curved lines in furnishings. For example, Albert notes that if the furniture is modern and linear, you might consider throwing in a round table for greater contrast. If the furniture is curvy, add in an angular piece.

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Team Pendley
with RE/MAX Integrity
We Go The Extra Mile, It’s Less Crowded!

http://www.teampendley.com/

Pat Pendley, Principal Broker
(541) 990-2530

Christie Pendley, Broker
Certified Distressed Property Expert
(541) 619-3640

Doug Hall, Broker
(541) 979-0571

**Pat Pendley, Christie Pendley ,and Doug Hall, are licensed Real Estate Brokers in the State of Oregon with RE/MAX Integrity

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