8 Most Expensive Houses Currently on the Market in Oregon

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Lewis and Clark mapped much of modern-day Oregon during their expedition searching for the Northwest Passage. Before that expedition, Spanish explorers visited the area during the 1500s, making them the first Europeans to see the Oregon coast.

Before European colonization, the region we call Oregon today was mainly home to indigenous populations. “We have been here since time began,” said Coquille Indian Tribe chief Don Ivy, “We have been here since the first human got here.”

Nine federally recognized indigenous communities live in Oregon to this day.

Today, Oregon is home to more than 4 million people. The coastal state offers an abundance of outdoor activities and unique towns, including popular areas like Portland and Salem.

In 2022, half of the houses in Oregon sell for more than $500,000. With this list, we’ll look at the most expensive homes in the state — from modern masterpieces to beautiful wood cabins.

8. The Mountainside Ranch on Northwest Skyline Boulevard

House Value: $6.1 million
Bedrooms: 5
Bathrooms: 7
Property Size: 25 acres
The Mountainside Ranch on Northwest Skyline Boulevard
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First up is this beautiful mountainside home found in Portland, the biggest city in Oregon with a population of more than 600,000 people. The property of 25 acres sold for just under $600,000 in 1996, but recent estimates say it’s worth a whopping $6.1 million today.

The crazy-expensive land features sprawling fenced-in pastures, a shimmering outdoor pool, and stunning views of nearby mountains.

Beyond the outdoors, the inside of this home offers beautiful tiled floors, high vaulted ceilings, and huge windows letting in tons of sunlight. The five-bedroom design includes a variety of dens, living rooms, sitting areas, and common spaces, all complete with cozy corners and open-concept connections to the rest of the home.

The whole space measures just under 7,000 square feet and includes several terraces, decks, and patios for outdoor living.

Did you know?

Oregon joined the United States in February 1859. The state’s capital, Salem, is home to more than 170,000 people as of 2022.


7. The Modern Mansion in Portland

House Value: $7.7 million
Bedrooms: 4
Bathrooms: 5.5
Property Size: 9 acres
The Modern Mansion in Portland
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The Modern Mansion in Portland
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Coming in at number seven is an incredible modern mansion found in Portland. The unique building has been called “A masterpiece of light and design,” with large windows letting in plenty of natural light and eye-catching design details blending style with function.

The “architecturally significant” property has several unique features, including a slightly curved exterior design and sleek touches like glossy paneling and cement finishes.

At the back of this house, you’ll find large, floor-to-ceiling windows overlooking the property’s sloping lawn.

The glass is met by a large, open-concept living space combining a living room, kitchen, dining room, and more. The whole area blurs the lines between areas of the home, creating fluid movement between spaces.

Overall, this incredible house costs about $7.7 million. That price tag gets you well over 11,000 square feet of living space, a six-car garage, and 9 acres of forested land.

Did you know?

Portland is known for its unique neighborhoods, public green spaces, and artsy communities. “Above all, the people of Portland are why the city is so exceptional,” says one travel guide, “Portland has a thriving community of artists and makers who encourage innovation in design and craft.”


6. The Westwind Residence

House Value: $8 million
Bedrooms: 4
Bathrooms: 6
Property Size: 78 acres
The Westwind Residence
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The Westwind Residence
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The Westwind Residence is called “an architectural sculpture” set on 78 beautiful acres. The mid-century home was designed by Pietro Belluschi, an icon of the 20th-century Modern Movement.

This stunning space is ideal for sunlight-lovers, with tons of windows and an indoor-outdoor feel. Wood is a prominent material in the home, while elements of cement add rough contrast.

Four bedrooms provide sleeping space in the Oregon countryside while six bathrooms are designed with beauty in mind.

Outside the home, you’ll find views of the distant mountains and a gorgeous pool deck by a sloping grassy lawn. There’s also a greenhouse and pool house, boosting the home’s connection to sunlight.

The entire property is worth about $8 million, making this the sixth most expensive house in Oregon.

Did you know?

Pietro Belluschi was born in 1899 and passed away in 1994.


5. The Cabin Mansion on Gold Beach

House Value: $10.88 million
Bedrooms: 4
Bathrooms: 5
Property Size: 28 acres
The Cabin Mansion on Gold Beach
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Sitting at the edge of the Pacific Ocean, this cabin mansion offers stunning views of the crashing waves and acres of rugged shoreline.

The beautiful property is crowned with a huge cabin mansion featuring floor-to-ceiling windows, gorgeously designed bedrooms, and a huge deck ready for relaxation — all within a rustic atmosphere.

Other cabin features include a towering stone fireplace inside the open-concept living room and visible wooden beams along the ceiling. The main bedroom has large glass sliding doors providing access to the exterior deck, while the large bathroom includes a massive shower with stone walls sitting near a deep bathtub with views of the ocean.

For entertainment, you’ll enjoy a private movie theater and a club-style den complete with a pool table.

Back outside the mansion, you’ll find a guest house, two barns, a pond, and a gated half-mile driveway. Everything is topped off with a helipad so you can fly in on your personal helicopter.

The whole property is worth more than $10 million, making this Oregon’s fifth most expensive house.

Did you know?

The huge wood logs used to make this mansion were imported from Canada.


4. The Custom Mansion on Oswego Lake

House Value: $11.5 million
Bedrooms: 5
Bathrooms: 6.5
Property Size: 0.66 acres
The Custom Mansion on Oswego Lake
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The Custom Mansion on Oswego Lake
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This custom waterfront mansion sits right at the edge of Oswego Lake. The five-bedroom home stands on just over half an acre of land and offers beautiful views of the lake from its airy living room.

A movie theater, billiards hall, and elevator are all found within the home, alongside a sauna and a fully equipped gym. The house overall measures 13,462 square feet, making it one of the biggest homes on this list.

Did you know?

This house includes an infinity pool and a private waterfront putting green. There’s also a private dock and fire pit for fun outdoors and on the lake.


3. The Compound on Southwest Wilsonville Road

House Value: $19.5 million
Bedrooms: 5
Bathrooms: 7
Property Size: 215 acres
The Compound on Southwest Wilsonville Road
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The Compound on Southwest Wilsonville Road
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Just off Southwest Wilsonville Road you’ll find a large equine compound with views of the Oregon countryside. The property features a variety of indoor and outdoor arenas alongside huge expanses of fenced-in pastures ready for horses to run and play.

Beyond equine spaces, the house on this property offers five large bedrooms and high vaulted ceilings. Common areas within the home include a beautiful living room with an ornate stone fireplace and a large dining room.

The 9,000-square-foot home is worth about $19.5 million, making it the third most expensive house in Oregon.

Did you know?

This property has five barns and nearly 100 horse stalls.


2. The Y Bell Ranch

House Value: $19.99 million
Bedrooms: 5
Bathrooms: 6
Property Size: 435 acres
The Y Bell Ranch
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The Y Bell Ranch
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The Y Bell Ranch is a stunning property found in Powell Butte, Oregon, just off Southwest Powell Butte Highway. The sprawling property offers mountain views from a five-bedroom home with nearly 9,000 square feet of living space.

A guest house and ranch manager house are also located on the property, each measuring over 2,000 square feet and located near a variety of outbuildings.

Beyond amazing views, this ranch includes a large indoor space styled after the great outdoors. The space includes murals and full-scale trees to bring the wilderness inside, with ceilings painted to look like the sky and special lights completing the illusion.

Overall, this large ranch is worth about $20 million.

Did you know?

This property has a very large outdoor pool.


1. The Cabin at Old Wolf Creek Road

House Value: $65 million
Bedrooms: 3
Bathrooms: 2
Property Size: 40,040 acres
The Cabin at Old Wolf Creek Road
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The Cabin at Old Wolf Creek Road
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The Cabin at Old Wolf Creek Road is the most expensive house in Oregon.

At first glance, this three-bed two-bath cabin might not seem very special. The building is beautiful, but $65 million? That’s a crazy amount of money! But here’s the twist. This cabin sits on more than 40,000 acres of land along the Ochoco Mountains.

The property is more than two times the size of Manhattan and features nearly 20 miles of rivers, over 60 natural springs, incredible wildlife, and stunning views of the wild Oregon landscape.

Beyond the cabin, this property includes a 5,700-foot fire tower and a large barn/garage-style outbuilding. The property also features more than 100 miles of roads so owners can easily get around the sprawling land.

Did you know?

This property is also called The Ochoco Ranch.

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