Mt.Angel is small city in Marion County. Just 18 miles northeast of Salem Oregon. Here you will find information on demographics, highlightes, and the most important what real estate is for sale in Mt. Angel.
Originally Mt. Angel was settled in 1850 by Ben Cleaver, he later helped a railroad station establish and named it Filmore after a railroad official. Rev Fr. Adelheim Odermatt came to Oregon soon after, with Benedictine Monks from Engelbery, Switzerland.
Together they claimed a new American daughter house. Due to all his efforts in the local churches, helping post offices and the nearby elevation Lone Butte came to be known as Mount Angel in 1883. The city was then established and incorporated in April 3, 1893.
As of the last government census there were 3121 people, 1059 households, and 661 families living in those homes. The population density sat at 3264 people per square miles. Out of those 1059 households 35% of them have children under 18, 48% are married and living under the same roof, and 10.8% are single female families.
The average median income for a household in Mount Angel is $36,293, the median income for a family is $45,650. The per capita income for the whole city is $15,535. Only about 10.3 of families were below the poverty line.
Mt. Angel is most well known for its yearly Oktoberfest. In fact, its the largest of its kind in the United States. Attracting upwards of 350,000 people with beer gardens, wine gardens, sports, and super good german food.
This town is mostly made up of historic homes, country properties and rental homes. A very wide selection, but you won't find many big metro-custom homes for sale. If you are interested in relocating or finding out more information about this area, contact us today.