Displayed below are homes for sale in Springfield, OR, which is located in Lane County. These Springfield real estate listings are updated daily from the RMLS.
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If you’re searching for Springfield real estate, and you’re not familiar with the area, you’ll no doubt be surprised to find that internet searches bring up more properties in Eugene than in Springfield. This is because Eugene and Springfield are in such close proximity. Driving up Interstate 5 through western Oregon, you’ll find Eugene to the west of the highway and Springfield, directly adjacent to the east. Often lumped together, the entire area is known as the Eugene-Springfield Metro Area. Springfield is located in Lane County, Oregon where the McKenzie and Willamette Rivers join, in the southern part of the incredibly gorgeous Willamette Valley. Portland is located 110 miles to the north.
Springfield residents are within close proximity to many shopping opportunities. Target, Sears and Kohls anchor the Gateway Mall, located on Gateway Street in Springfield. It also houses specialty shops, restaurants, theaters and a play area for children. The sister city of Eugene hosts several malls and shopping centers as well.
It’s just a quick hop across the Interstate to get to the Hult Center in Eugene. Home of the Eugene Ballet Company, Eugene Concert Choir, Eugene Opera and Eugene Symphony, the venue typically packs a full bill of entertainment options for Eugene and Springfield residents. The Silva Concert Hall plays hosts to some of the biggest names in show business, such as Bill Cosby.
The vast array of outdoor recreation opportunities is why many folks decide to purchase Springfield real estate. The McKenzie and Willamette Rivers provide a number of water activities such as boating, fishing, swimming and white water rafting. Springfield is also home to some of the country’s most breathtaking scenery along its hiking trails. Golf, activities for children and teens and even an adult activity center are all conveniently located in or close to Springfield. Many people searching homes for sale in Springfield are pleasantly surprised by the beauty and opportunity for outdoor recreation surrounding the area.
If you’ve decided to look at Springfield homes for sale and you have children, you are no doubt curious about schools in the area. Nineteen schools in the Springfield School District serve Springfield’s children: thirteen elementary schools, four middle schools and two high schools. This website can help you find the schools near Springfield homes you are interested in.
Springfield OR homes for sale contain a variety of styles in various types of locations. Springfield houses for sale may be situated among evergreen trees or may have stunning mountain views. Most homes in Springfield were built in the 1970s with another spurt of housing starts occurring in the 1990s.
The median price of Springfield OR Houses for Sale varies, depending on the economy. In late 2011 into early 2012, the median sales price of a Springfield home is $155,000. Prices are, however, beginning to rise, so if you plan on purchasing a Springfield home, act quickly. If you area looking for a steal and are in no hurry, Springfield short sales and foreclosures sometimes offer the deepest discounts. We are happy to show you the current inventory of distressed homes in the Springfield area.
Regardless of your requirements, we can help you locate the perfect available Springfield home for sale that meets your needs.