Real estate in the Spring Lake Estates Neighborhood
The Spring Lake Estates Neighborhood is a subdivision of homes that are all on large acreage parcels. Homes are custom-built to suit, so you will see modern, farmhouse, Victorian, French country, and well everything in-between in this neighborhood. Many homeowners stable horses on their property, and there is a horse trail that runs throughout the development as well as a community lake.
Real estate started development in the 1980s and continued into the 2000s. Very few homes become available, and as such, despite the high prices, homes in Spring Lake Estates tend to sell quickly. If schools matter, note that the school district boundary line between Jefferson school district and Salem-Keizer cuts through the neighborhood.
Many of the homes have views of the Cascades while others face the coastal range. Most are nestled in trees and are not visible from the road. For the bird watchers out there, the entire neighborhood is adjacent to the Ankeny National Wildlife Refuge.
Real estate prices in Spring Lake Estates
For an older outdated home on a smaller parcel, prices start in the $500,000 price range. There are million-dollar homes in this subdivision as well.
- Outside city limits
- Acreage properties
- Diverse architecture
- Horse trails
- CC&R’s and HOA
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