Breakdown of Oregon Homes for Sale
|Average Sale Price||$479,489|
Along the coast of the Pacific Ocean, Oregon is a state filled with vibrant, wild settings such as mountains, beaches, and forests. With a climate that is dictated by the sea and never too extreme, the homes in Oregon can sometimes reflect the importance of the environment in this state. Popular home styles in the past include Arts and Crafts and Victorian, while newer homes have tried to incorporate more sustainable materials and eco-friendly design.
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Most of the people of Oregon are concentrated in its three largest cities along the Willamette Valley. Portland, the largest city, is a progressive world that has a distinctive, quirky personality. One of the greenest cities in America, Portland makes it a point to adhere to an environmentally friendly lifestyle. Historic homes in Portland are treasured, and new construction is ecologically responsible, with one of the most efficient usages of green space in the nation. Salem, the capital, is a city filled with a large network of public parks and recreational activities. There are also several large universities in the area. Houses in Salem include a large selection of rancher type homes and craftsman homes. The University of Oregon, located in the third largest city, Eugene, gives college students and other young professionals a lifestyle filled with alternative viewpoints and counterculture. Homes in Eugene vary depending on the age of the home, from older gothic Victorian homes to new, contemporary modular homes.