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If you’ve been looking for a new living arrangement and haven’t seen Hope Valley Resort, you’re in for a treat. When people hear the word downsizing, it often carries a negative connotation. The opposite could not be truer at Hope Valley Resort in Turner, OR. Our community is situated on a gorgeous piece of property in Turner, OR, allowing our residents a safe, secure community along the foot of the Hope Valley Butte. Experience the natural wonder of the area while living in a beautiful tiny home, built in a variety of floor plans to best suit your lifestyle.
Moving from the city?
Many of our current residents are retirees who have owned or rented places in Portland, Salem, or Eugene and are now looking for the next adventure. At Hope Valley Resort, you only downsize in the sense that you’ll reduce clutter, free yourself of exorbitant property taxes, and rid your day-to-day life of home maintenance. Our homes are furnished with top-quality, full-size appliances and we have several floor plans to choose from to ensure you are comfortable from day one.
A full Tiny home community
The community areas of our property are some of the best parts about living at Hope Valley Resort. From exercise facilities to a full basketball and tennis court, our recreation areas are the perfect place to keep fit and meet people. The pool is one of the most popular areas and you can spend a relaxing day lounging in the sun. These are just a few of the many amenities you will enjoy once you decide to live at Hope Valley Resort.
Easy access to metropolitan areas
Even though we are situated in a scenic location, major cities are easy drives away. Hope Valley Resort is only 10 minutes from Salem, an hour from Eugene, and an hour-and-a-half from Portland. With access to grocery stores, restaurants, and other essentials a short drive away, you get the best of both worlds at Hope Valley Resort. Ready to book a tour of the property? Call us today!
Get settled in your new home in Turner, OR, today.