Lake Oswego Homes & Real Estate
Welcome to your local Lake Oswego, OR homes for sale & real estate resource. Just 8 miles south of the city of Portland, the suburb of Lake Oswego has successfully maintained a small-town community feel with a historic downtown area. For additional information, including sales history and prices, property disclosures, and more for Lake Oswego properties for sale, or to schedule a home tour of any property listed below, contact your LOCAL real estate experts today! Read more about Lake Oswego real estate.
Homes for Sale in Lake Oswego OR
Lake Oswego Real Estate Search
These Lake Oswego home listings are updated throughout the day from the Lake Oswego, Oregon MLS.
Every Lake Oswego MLS listing features important details entered by the listing agent, such as property price, days on the market, square footage, year built, lot size, number of bedrooms and bathrooms, assigned schools, and construction type.
Check the current listing status and the local Lake Oswego property tax information. As available, numerous property features such as greenbelt locations, views, swimming pools, and Lake Oswego community amenities, including parks and golf courses, will be listed.
Lake Oswego Real Estate Market
Homes in Lake Oswego tend to be pricier (starting around $200,000 in the most affordable neighborhoods in Lake Oswego and reaching $4+ million in the most expensive neighborhoods in Lake Oswego) than most areas of Portland, not only because of the homes this community has to offer but because of how desirable this area is. Each neighborhood in Lake Oswego has something different to offer, such as communities with low HOA fees, and there are plenty of great neighborhood options to settle in. Benefits of living in neighborhoods like Lakewood include easy access to the water and downtown Portland.
First Addition is one of the oldest neighborhoods in Lake Oswego, with historic homes and newer homes that have replaced some of the older homes. Most of these homes have lake access rights. The North Shore Community also offers historic homes that are tucked into the trees, so a more secluded feel. Mountain Park is high up on the north side, set apart from the rest of Lake Oswego. It offers a private rec center for the residents of this tight-knit community. Single-family homes, condos, and apartments are all offered in this community, so there's a lot to consider before moving to Lake Oswego.
Lake Oswego real estate is known for prestigious lakefront properties and a number of architecturally significant homes. The Carl C. Jantzen Estate, a Tudor-style estate on the National Register of Historic Places, was built on an island on the lake's north shore by the founder of the Jantzen swimwear company in 1930. In addition, the lakeshore features homes by noted Portland architects such as Richard Sundeleaf and Van Evera Bailey. Custom build properties are made possible by Lake Oswego's most popular home builders.
Lake Oswego Community Amenities
Lake Oswego is commonly compared to a resort town with beautiful hills and trees, winding roads surrounded by forest, and sweet shops and restaurants within walking distance of many homes. Throughout the town sit benches for residents to take a rest and enjoy the view, and restaurants have outdoor patios and seating, decorated with flowers and art. In downtown Lake Oswego, you will find Tryon Creek Park, the only Oregon state park in the Portland metro area, offering tons of trails. This park is the perfect place to engage in outdoor activities in Lake Oswego.
Also downtown, there is a fun Lake Oswego park: George Rogers Park, a fun place to spend the day with kids or take your dog. This park is on the Willamette River, right where the lake drains into the river. George Rogers Park offers plenty of fun in the water or out of the water with a sandy beach to sit in the sun and take in the spectacular view or take a swim in the river, kayak, paddleboard, or go on a float trip on the river. And, of course, who could forget Oswego Lake? If you're planning on gearing up to go, make sure you're familiar with Oswego Lake usage rules.
The shops, restaurants, and services along First Street attract visitors from Portland and nearby suburbs and provide many things to do in Lake Oswego. The Oswego Lake is naturally occurring, a former channel of the Tualatin River, but has been significantly altered because of a concrete dam that increased its size to 395 acres. There are many neighborhoods where residents can walk to Oswego Lake. All of these great amenities make a vacation to Lake Oswego a trip full of fun.
Lake Oswego School District provides educational opportunities to the residents of Lake Oswego.
Lake Oswego OR Real Estate Agents
Considering the purchase of a home in Lake Oswego? Allow our Lake Oswego real estate experts to guide you when purchasing your new Lake Oswego property or the sale of your current residence. As local real estate agents, we're well-versed in the Lake Oswego real estate market's unique dynamics.
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