Why live in South Salem Neighborhoods?
South Salem has something for everyone, except affordability. From gated communities to upscale neighborhoods, golf course communities with HOA’s and everything in between, home buyers can find what they are looking for down south. Yellow neighborhoods are single family subdivisions and green ones are condo/townhome subdivisions.
If you want golf course living, two large upscale communities are available in Creekside Estates and Illahe Hills. Creekside has an HOA, and Illahe does not. These are popular South Salem neighborhoods for home buyers wanting upscale living. Upscale living is also available in new construction neighborhoods such as Bailey Ridge for those that want to have homes that have that new home smell.
With ample rolling hills, acreage properties are abundant in Rosedale and Chinook Estates. Located in the south hills, view properties are a draw for people wanting to sit on a deck with a view of Mt. Jefferson or the coastal range or to have a few acres to board their horses for an easy ride on the weekends.
Older neighborhoods are abundant in south Salem and are the core of this area. Many have large trees and give neighborhoods a nestled feeling, like Sunnyridge, Alderbrook, and parts of the Woodscape and Cambridge neighborhoods. Access to local parks, close to schools, and well maintained homes, these older neighborhoods are popular with home buyers.
Those are just a few of the many south neighborhoods to consider. Watch our local real estate videos and read about the south Salem Oregon areas. Click on the map and start to explore where you might want to buy your next home, and then Contact Tomson Burnham real estate agents for help for your neighborhood home search consult.