Oregon (OR) Real Estate, Oregon Homes, Oregon Home sites, Property, Lots and Land For Sale.

The Real Estate Home Guide showcases Oregon Property, Homes, Homesites, Communities, Lots and Land for Sale.

Oregon is America’s Pacific wonderland, where there’s always something to see and do. This is a dramatic land of rugged ocean seacoast, high mountain passes, lush landscapes, spectacular waterfalls, and high desert Ponderosa pines. Thankfully, Oregon’s natural beauty has been preserved for everyone to enjoy with scores of wilderness areas, 14 national forests and, of course, Crater Lake, the deepest lake in the United States renowned for its clear blue waters. The outdoors beckon at Mt. Hood, the world’s second most climbed mountain, you’ll also find world–class golf, bicycling along hundreds of miles of bike lanes, road–trips to wine country, or hunting for fossils in ancient lava beds. In Oregon, the exploration never ends.

Representing a wealth of diverse cultures, climates, and recreational opportunities are Oregon’s seven distinctive regions: the Coast, Portland Metro, Mt. Hood/Columbia River Gorge, the Willamette Valley, Southern, Central and Eastern Oregon.

For those seeking coastal and oceanfront real estate, Oregon’s 400 miles of pristine coastline ranges from rugged cliffs to evergreen forests to miles long sandy beaches. Mt. Hood and the cliffs of the Columbia River Gorge overlook charming riverfront towns and picturesque waterfalls, making for idyllic mountain and resort property. Ski enthusiasts looking for ski, vacation and resort real estate will appreciate the Mt. Hood area’s four ski areas, including historic Timberline Lodge and Mt. Hood Ski Bowl, offering the country’s largest night skiing area.

The Willamette Valley is at the heart of Oregon’s agriculture country with classic covered bridges and winding country roads. The region is popular with hikers and cyclists, and the rolling hills boast more than 200 wineries, making the valley one of Oregon’s major wine growing egions.

Portland, called the City of Roses, features an exciting arts community, numerous urban parks, green spaces and a lively downtown. Beautiful Portland, and its surrounding metropolitan area– home to nearly 2 million residents– continues to rank as one of the country’s most livable cities.