Lansing Neighborhood real estate

Located in central/north Salem Oregon is the Lansing Neighborhood. An older neighborhood with larger lots, this neighborhood is made up of homes that are mostly under 1500 sq feet and one story.  Homes were mostly built in the 1950s so they generally have the mid-century box look with oak floors and one-car garages.  The big draw is the larger lots that are located within the neighborhood and there are often additional shops on the lots.

A midcentury home in the Lansing Neighborhood.

A midcentury home in the Lansing Neighborhood.

Just north of Sunnyview and sandwiched between I-5 and Evergreen, Lansing has good access to the highway or public transportation. Lansing is right next to the Northgate neighborhood which was built in the same era. Residents are generally long-time residents so there are opportunities for sweat-equity home purchases in this neighborhood as they often need updating. It is a really good location for homeowners who need to go up and down the freeway for work as access is within 5 minutes of the neighborhood.

It is not a particularly walkable neighborhood as it doesn’t have restaurants within a mile, but there are many amenities within a 5-minute drive from the neighborhood including the Kroc Center.



Lansing home prices

Houses in the Lansing neighborhood have a median sales price of $350,000 in 2022.  Homes are generally between $300,000-$400,000 for the most part. You will find a few of the larger homes more expensive, but this is a very affordable neighborhood.

Neighborhood Characteristics
  • Large lots
  • Many streets lack sidewalks
  • Homes vary from great condition to poor condition
Neighborhood Life