A seven-home development in Bend’s Old Mill District went on sale early October, adding a handful of compact, high-performance, energy-efficient homes to the market.
The Hiatus Roosevelt project by Hiatus Homes includes three 900-square-foot, two-bedroom, two-bath homes with fully finished garages (one with a lofted one-bedroom ADU) and four 1,300-square-foot, three-bedroom, three-bath homes homes with detached garages featuring lofted one-bedroom ADUs.
The homes meet the Department of Energy’s Zero Energy Ready standards and include upgraded insulation and windows, efficient mechanical systems and an clean air exchange system that filters pollen and wildfire smoke. The homes are also readied for solar panels and electric vehicle charging, if a homeowner wants to add those features.
The homes embody a contemporary and modern style with vaulted ceilings and big windows. The project is the latest energy-efficient development from Hiatus Homes, which previously completed the twenty-two-home Hiatus Benham tiny house community in southeast Bend and Hiatus Roanoke, a development of ten, energy-efficient homes in northwest Bend.