Want to call Lake Oswego, Oregon home? 


Tree-lined neighborhoods, a strong civic-minded community, and one of the best school districts in the nation make Lake Oswego one of Oregon’s most sought-after cities. One visit here and you’ll see why. Named after Oswego Lake that lies in the center of town, Lake Oswego is one of Portland’s toniest suburbs. Homes here range from meticulously maintained mid-centuries, stately tudors, and luxurious new construction. The beautiful environs and privacy created by old growth forests make Lake Oswego a desirable place to live for many of the Willamette Valley’s most affluent and famous residents, including several Portland Trailblazers and Portland Timbers team members. Perhaps the most desirable aspect of Lake Oswego, however, is the top-notch school system.

The Lake Oswego School district comprises 10 schools that consistently receive Excellent scores from Oregon’s Department of Education, and both high schools in the district boast four-year graduation rates well north of 90%. While the excellent schools keep properties values high even for those who don’t have children, there are other benefits to making a home in Lake Oswego. The city is home to multiple community centers, including indoor tennis and aquatics centers, both private and municipal golf courses, an equestrian club, and one of the top ten libraries in the country. And our parks are some of the best cared for and attended around. If you’d like to learn more about Lake Oswego, let us know. We’d love to show you around and help you find your perfect home.

 

It was recently named one of the 10 Best Places to Raise a Family by MSN Real Estate "making the grade in housing costs, school quality, green space, and giving spirits!"  

 

Take a look at our in-depth economic data, search for the most current listings of Homes for Sale in Lake Oswego, or gather information about the area and see if it's where you would like to plant some roots. Lake Oswego is a suburb of Portland and is located on the Willamette River along Hwy 43.