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Oregon City Real Estate

Welcome to your top Oregon City real estate source for the newest home listings near Portland. Oregon City is a city located near Portland, Oregon that offers a wide range of amenities to fit any lifestyle. Oregon City, Oregon is just 12 miles south of downtown Portland. Browse our Portland homes, Portland condos and Portland luxury homes for sale by location, size or price and let this website be your regional real estate guide. We would love to be your Oregon City real estate agents and assist in the home buying process. For current information about Oregon City neighborhood homes for sale near Portland or to schedule a private home showing, call your Oregon City real estate experts today. Read more about Oregon City real estate.

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Oregon City Real Estate Market

The community of Clackamas County, Oregon City is home to about 36,000 residents living here. The city was incorporated in 1844 after being established by the Hudson Bay Company, making it the first officially incorporated city west of the Rocky Mountains. It was the last stop on the historic Oregon Trail, giving it the nickname “End of the Oregon Trail.” Today, it is best known for outdoor community recreation, craft beer, and great food. I-205 cuts through the northernmost part of the city, providing access to the greater Portland area. Oregon City uses zip code 97045.

Median listing prices for Oregon City homes for sale are in the upper $300s, an increase of about 10 percent over last year. Two-bedroom properties have seen the greatest growth, selling for about 15 percent more than last year, while growth has been the slowest for four-bedroom houses. About 65 percent of the Oregon City residents living here are homeowners, and the median rent cost is around $1,000 per month.

Single family homes make up the majority of the real estate market, and typical homes for sale are contemporary styles that offer three bedrooms and two baths in about 1,800 square feet of living space. About 20 percent of the housing market is made up of historic homes that are more than 50 years old, many of which are classic Craftsman and farmhouse styles. Homebuyers can find luxury real estate above the million-dollar mark, and many of these homes offer sprawling property lots, river views, and a host of high-end neighborhood and community amenities. There are a handful of condo and townhome properties on the market priced from the low $200s for two- to three-bedroom units with about 1,200 square feet of living space.

New construction planned communities within 10 miles of Oregon City include Heritage Crossing in Tigard, Pine View Meadows in Happy Valley, and Polygon at Villebois in Wilsonville. Builders include DR Horton and Polygon Northwest.

Oregon City Community Amenities

The city maintains more than 20 public parks including Clackamette, which features a boat launch and serves as the site of annual community festivals and events. Positioned at the confluence of the Willamette and Clackamas Rivers, it’s no surprise that Oregon City is a popular destination for those who love to tour the outdoor including hikers, bikers, and kayakers.

The Oregon City Shopping Center, Downtown Oregon City along Main Street, and Hilltop Mall are the primary trendy retail purchase spots as well as dining destinations in the city. The 130-foot Oregon City Municipal Elevator offers incredible views and informative murals, connecting 7th Street and Railroad Avenue. The region is prime Oregon wine country, and wineries in Oregon City include Villa Catalana, King's Raven, and Christopher Bridge Wines.

The Oregon City community celebrates its pioneering history with several museums and historic sites, including End of the Oregon Trail Interpretive Center, Museum of the Oregon Territory, and the Stevens Crawford Museum.

Public transportation is available throughout the city, though most residents living in the area own a car. An Amtrak station connects Oregon City with Portland and Eugene. The TriMet provides bus service to most of the greater metropolitan area, and there are several other supplemental bus services providing access to Clackamas Community College, Canby, and Woodburn. The most pedestrian-friendly neighborhoods in Oregon City include McLoughlin, Barclay Hills, and Hillendale.

Forestry and related industries such as paper production were mainstays of Oregon City’s economy until the late 20th century. Today tourism, technology, and light manufacturing are among the largest employment sectors. Major employers include Willamette Falls Hospital, Miles Fiberglass and Composition, and Home Depot. The median household income for the city is about $60,000.

Oregon City Neighborhood Highlights

  • Willamette Falls, the largest waterfall in the Pacific Northwest
  • Golf courses in the community include Oregon City, Stone Creek, and the Oregon Golf Clubs
  • Neighborhood breweries include Coin Toss and Shattered Oak
  • Oregon City Farmer's Market features dozens of vendors with fresh organics for sale
  • Mount Talbert Nature Park in Clackamas

Oregon City School Information

Neighborhood children living in Oregon City attend schools in the Oregon City School District, which encompasses seven elementary schools, two middle schools, and a high school. Several of the schools in the community receive excellent nine out of 10 ratings from the school ranking website GreatSchools.org, including John McLoughlin Elementary, Oregon City High, and Springwater Environmental Sciences School, a public charter school. Private schools serving the area include the Marylhurst School, North Clackamas Christian School, and St. John the Apostle School. Post-secondary institutions nearby include Clackamas Community College, Lewis and Clark College, and Pioneer Pacific College.

Oregon City is an ideal location for prospective homeowners who want to buy a home for sale near Portland. It offers an enticing blend of suburban community amenities, such as excellent schools, and outdoor adventure, like hiking and watersports, combined with a burgeoning downtown scene.

Oregon City Real Estate Agents

Considering buying or selling a home in Oregon City OR? Let our local Portland real estate agents assist you with the purchase of your next property or expertly negotiate the sale of your current Oregon City home. As local Oregon City real estate agents, we're experts on the market dynamics unique to the Oregon City real estate market. We'll get to work for you today!

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Listing information last updated on May 25th, 2019 at 4:54pm AKDT.

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