What Can I Get For $1 Million In … Eugene, Oregon?

81460 Cassidy Lane Eugene, OR is currently listed by Amy Dean with Amy Deal Real Estate, Inc. for $1,300,000. 

Home to the University of Oregon Ducks, Fifth Street Public Market, Alton Baker Park, and extensive bike paths and forested trails, Eugene, Oregon, is a city of the arts and outdoor recreation, ideally situated on the Willamette River. From artisan markets and local cafés, to craft beer and organic coffee, this year-round destination attracts visitors far and wide for its mild winters and comfortable summers. Whether you’re looking to hit the Oregon Coast beaches, seeking adventure in the high country’s Cascade Mountains, or eager to sample award-winning wines from Eugene’s scenic vineyards, Oregon’s great outdoors is an integral part of the local lifestyle. This begs the question: What can I get for $1 million in Eugene, Oregon? Here’s what I found.

Valley River Village Home Backing To River, Running, And Biking Trails For $975K


First up is the least expensive of the three Eugene, Oregon, homes we will showcase today, and it happens to be listed under a million at $975,000.

Classically designed with sophisticated touches throughout, this five-bedroom, four-full-and-two-half-bathroom family home offers everything you could want in an Oregon escape.

Situated on over a quarter-acre-lot, it comes complete with a gourmet kitchen outfitted with upscale SubZero and Bosch appliances, and a cozy breakfast nook. Open living area features walls of windows framing the lush back patio and lawn.

We love the coffered ceiling accents, darling kid’s playroom, and landscaped rear yard backing to river and mountain views.

 

Both formal and relaxed, it’s ideally located in the Valley River Village neighborhood, just minutes from Eugene’s small town charms.

2834 Riverwalk Loop Eugene, OR is currently listed by Ben Mondragon with Keller Williams Realty for $975,000.

Jackson Creek Cottage On Over 252-Acres With A Barn And Outbuildings For $1.3M

Perhaps a cottage in the woods is more your thing? The value of this secluded getaway is in the land, offering over 252-forested-acres with four ponds, a year-round creek, huge barn and numerous outbuildings to satisfy all your fixer upper dreams.

The main house affords a nice place to start, with wood floors and a deck featuring serene water views.

Miles of Oregon pasture and paths to stroll down Jackson Creek make this an exceptional land grab for just over $1 million. And when you’re craving a bit of city life, downtown Eugene is but a 25 minute drive.

81460 Cassidy Lane Eugene, OR is currently listed by Amy Dean with Amy Deal Real Estate, Inc. for $1,300,000.

1956 Charmer With Orchard And Coburg Hills Views For $1.197M

Last but certainly not least is this 1956 two-story residence with its own orchard and views of the Coburg Hills.

Situated on a sizable lot with expansive drive-up, you’ll enjoy six bedrooms, four and a half bathrooms, plus 4,299 square feet to kick back and relax.

A refined floor plan affords a gourmet kitchen with marble counters, Viking stove, and griddle, plus a nearby formal dining area that seats up to 14 guests.

An inviting living room with fireplace offers incredible views. You’ll also find the home offers something for everyone in the family with two master suites, an office, exercise room, hobby room, barn, garden, orchard, and even water rights!

Perfect for the green thumb, hobbyist, and car collector alike, this is a great find in one of Eugene’s established neighborhoods.

91411 Coburg Road Eugene, OR is currently listed by Edith Sorenson with Real Estate Professionals for $1,197,000.

Thinking of traveling to Eugene, Oregon to scout out a few second homes? Make sure to pack a rain jacket, and don’t forget to tell them Amy Puchaty from Second Shelters sent you!

Amy Puchaty is founder and principal writer of Amy Puchaty Communications, a copywriting firm specializing in luxury real estate marketing. Amy’s work has appeared in numerous print and digital publications including The Wall Street Journal, Architectural Digest, Inman News, The Denver Post, and Dallas Business Journal. Follow Amy at www.amypuchaty.com