Real estate in Four Corners

The Four Corners Neighborhood is located in east Salem near Four Corners Elementary school and has good access to Cordon Rd. The neighborhood was built in the mid-1950s through the late 1970s. Homes are almost all one-story homes that would be considered starter homes or a downsizer size. They generally range from 1100-1800 sq feet and have larger lots and mature landscaping.

Some of the older homes will have oak hardwood floors as was common in homes built in that era. Since homes were built before the urban growth boundaries they often tend to have larger lots with 1/5 to 1/4 acre lots common in the neighborhood. This makes them attractive, especially at the affordable price of the neighborhood.  Homes are generally in the $300,000-$450,000 range.


A Four Corners Neighborhood Home



Neighborhood Life

The local elementary school Four Corners Elementary is within the bounds of the neighborhood. Students then go on to Houck Middle School and South Salem High School.  Four Corners is an excellent neighborhood for commuters as I5 access is close by. It is close to grocery shopping, movie theaters, and a handful of restaurants.  There is a lack of green space and parks within the neighborhood, but Geer Park is relatively close by car for park access.