You have reached our Lane County Homes and real estate search page. Here you will be able to find properpties in all the cities that are incorporated in this county. Plus you will be able to create a profile and recieve email updates on real estate that matche your personal preferences. On top of that we will also send you personal information on homes when they have price reductions. So you will be able to jump on deals fast.
Lane County was named after its first territorial governor, General Joseph Lane. First settlers came to Lane County during the 1800’s mainly to farm. The discovery of gold in the Bohemia Mountains led several towns to boom. Lane County includes these cities: Cheshire, Eugene, Monroe, Walton, Dexter, Junction City, Florence, and Springfield.
4,620 square miles, spanning from the Pacific Ocean to the Cascade Mountains. According to 2010 U.S. Census Bureau data, Lane County has a population of 351,715. Lane County is larger than Delaware and Rhode Island combined and almost the size of Connecticut. Although 90% percent of Lane County is forestland, it is Oregon's 4th most populous county and the cities of Eugene and Springfield comprise the 3rd largest metropolitan area in the state.
Lane County's economy has been based on timber and agriculture. Agriculture is important because of the fertile soil and moderate climate. From the coast to the mountains, Lane County communities offer something for everyone, from big city excitement to small town charm. These livable communities offer outdoor recreation, sports, music, theater, and arts, and are supported by a diverse economy, including agriculture, education, manufacturing, technology, recreation, and tourism.
Lane County is popular for its 73 recreational county parks, 20 historic covered bridges and for its wineries which includes Willamette Valley Wineries.
Our Valley Oregon Homes team has decades of combined experience working in Lane County. From selling homes, land to multi-million dollar properties. This county has a different feel to it, as compared to all the other counties.
You have Eugene, which is one of Oregon's largest cities. Most Eugene is professional and college focused. As compared to the rest of Lane County which is mostly country/secluded type towns. Like Monroe and Walton ect.
In Eugene you will find condo's, custom homes, luxury homes and regular metro-type smaller homes. In the other towns, you will mostly find country and historic homes. A lot like the outskirts of Marion County.
Whatever type of property you are looking for, make sure to do a detailed search above. And set yourself up for daily email alerts, this will cut down the time you need to spend looking for a home. Plus, when a home listing has a price reduction, we'll make sure to let you know. That way you can jump on it right away!
Charming three bedroom, two bath home nicely situated on a corner lot. Charming details throughout, with tasteful updates. Cozy livingroom with fireplace. Some vinyl doub...
Listing courtesy of Keller Williams Realty Eugene and Springfield.
Fantastic mini ranch/farm at nearly 2 acres. Located close to town. View of nearby hills, overlooking pasture and horses.Recently paved(asphalt)drive, with 3parking spac...
Listing courtesy of H & H Real Estate.
Own your own piece of country paradise. Located in the desirable McKenzie Valley and close to the majestic McKenzie River this single level home sits on nearly two acres ...
Listing courtesy of Triple Oaks Realty LLC.
Marcola Meadows no selling! Marcola Rd, North on 31st. The Dahlia features 4 bedrooms + a loft, 2.5 baths and 2 car garage! Quartz countertops, gas range, pantry, premi...
Listing courtesy of D. R. Horton, Inc Portland.
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