This month, we’re excited to introduce you to Larry Hasenoehrl, owner of Hasenoehrl Custom Homes. After getting his start building custom homes start-to-finish as a teenager, Larry started his own construction company in Bellevue, Washington. More than twenty years of building in the rain later, he relocated to Bend, Oregon and never looked back. Building unique and high-quality homes is his highest priority and working closely as a team to build houses customers are proud to call home. Keep reading to learn more about his role in the Discovery West neighborhood:
What do you like about the concept of building out Discovery West?
Discovery West is a wonderful community in which to live and work. It is a privilege to be a Discovery West Guild Builder. Both homeowners and HOA agents have been very supportive. The amenities are well-planned and well-managed. I think the upcoming common area, Discovery Corner, will be a great addition and serve as the heart of Discovery West.
How do you approach the homes you build in the neighborhood?
At Hasenoehrl Custom Homes, we create stylish homes ranging from craftsman and traditional to midcentury and modern. Each home is built with environmental integrity, quality products, and careful attention to detail, reflecting my roots in finely crafted woodworking.
Why do you think the neighborhood is so popular with homebuyers?
I feel Discovery West has been well received for several reasons. The home designs vary, allowing a variety of buyers with varying tastes to find something to love. Additionally, the homes are built with very strict building standards, making them a worthwhile investment. The streets, sidewalks, and parks are all aesthetically appealing, and the abundance of open spaces and trails gives Discovery West a sense of connectedness with the outdoors. Finally, the developers are caring and truly invested in the community.
Do you have anything else to add?
The residential building industry is ever evolving, and the past few years have been no exception. The old cliché “they don’t build them like they used to” is actually a good thing in this industry. Homes today are built stronger and smarter, with less environmental impact than ever before. They will stand long after I do for future generations to enjoy.