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Peggy LeGrande, Principal Broker, CRS, GRI

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Call Peggy LeGrande for real estate services in Marion County, Polk County Cities. Dallas, Falls City, Grand Ronde, Independence, Monmouth, Rickreall, Aumsville, Aurora, Brooks, Detroit, Donald, Gates, Gervais Hubbard, Idanha, Jefferson, Keizer, Lyons, Linn County, Mill City, Mehama, Mount Angel, Salem, Scotts Mills, Silverton, Stayton, Sublimity, West Stayton, Woodburn and surrounding communities.


Railway Station

The current  structure is one of five masonry depots that still exist along the original Southern Pacific West Coast line. Constructed for the Southern Pacific Railroad in 1918 it is the third station to be built at this location.

Mt. Hood

Relocating to Oregon?  I can help you find the home you'd love to have and introduce you Oregon's beauty and diversity of outdoor activities. Simply spectacular!

Oregon's Capitol

Salem, Oregon is a friendly community... not too big and not too small. A few minutes drive and you find many great rural communities and small-town activities, too!

Downtown Salem

Downtown Salem has many historic buildings and engaging boutiques, cafes, specialty shops and antique stores, plus two larger malls. Salem Center with skywalks over streets, along with JC Penney, Kohl's, TJMAXX and even a Nordstom's!

Outdoor Activities

Outdoor activities are plentiful, in and near Salem. The Willamette River flows through Salem with many opportunities for a variety of water sports - from water-skiing to kayaking and canoeing to fishing for trout and salmon.  Hiking, hot-springs, waterfalls, lakes rivers, parks, preserves, so much to choose from for the outdoor enthusists!

Museum in Salem

Willamette Heritage Centerin Salem, Oregon, United States. The 5-acre museum site features the Thomas Kay woolen mill, the Jason Lee House, Methodist Parsonage, John D. Boon House and the Pleasant Grove (Condit) Church. The Center also includes a research library and archives of Marion County history.

Historic Theatre

Opened in May 1926, this gorgeously designed and decorated theatre in downtown Salem has a rich history and community pride to the point of saving it from demolition and restoring its grandeur in the 1980s..

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Salem, Oregon Real Estate Broker

Office Location: 2110 Mission Street SE, Suite 310  MAP

TEL (503) 371-5121
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What About Salem, Oregon?

Salem, Oregon... so much to see and do in Salem that you will never be without choices for great activities, entertainment or recreation!


The City of Salem website offers a lot of information. Here in Salem you can visit world-famous iris and tulip farms, walk through acres and acres of lush public parks and gardens, and tour award-winning wineries. Discover the Willamette River from the deck of the vintage Willamette Queen sternwheeler. Drive the surrounding countryside to explore the area's covered bridges and river ferries, historic churches and farms, and the agricultural magnitude of the valley. Experience community theatre in a rustic setting, see world-class entertainment on a gothic stage, or listen to classic Bluegrass along the banks of the Willamette River . . . Salem, Oregon has it all!

For outdoor enthusiasts, Salem has everything from golfing to cycling; fishing to boating, as well as an abundance of wildlife viewing. With mountains all around and the ocean only an hour away, snow skiing, hiking, scuba diving, surfing, beach combing and much more can all be done in a day!

The Oregon Garden, a 24-acre world-class display garden east of Salem in the Silverton foothills recently opened to the public and plans to eventually showcase regional ornamental and agricultural landscape. Garden workshops and educational events are ongoing, and features a children's garden, as well. The facility also hosts outdoor concerts and private weddings/receptions in the pavilion area and expects to draw over a million visitors per year.

Local fairs, regular Saturday markets, plus other festivals and events include Salem Saturday Market, the World Beat Festival, Keizer's Iris Festival, the Bite of Salem, Summer in the City, Polk Home and Garden Show, the Marion County Fair and the Oregon State Fair. Long-standing community traditions include the Salem Art Fair and Festival in Bush's Pasture Park, now in it's 52nd year, and annually attracts more than 100,000 participants. It is considered one of the top ten community events on the west coast!

The Reed Opera House, also in downtown Salem, opened in 1869 with the community's first theatrical production of "The Female Gambler." Now an elegant specialty shopping mall with a 3rd floor ballroom, the Reed Opera House has retained its historic appearance and atmosphere while it serves as a unique commercial space housing many businesses in the heart of the city. The Reed is host to offices and numbers one-of-a-kind shops featuring everything from lighting and home decor to fine clothing and locally hand-crafted items. Dining choices at the Reed range from classic Greek food to soups and sandwiches.

A 23-acre park located in downtown Salem by the Willamette River with an amphitheater, play equipment and large grassy areas. (See the Travel Salem Visitor Info). This beautiful park is now home to the Salem Riverfront Carousel; the fabulous A. C. Gilbert Discovery Village (a Salem native who was the creator of the Erector Set, American Flyer Trains, Mysto Magic sets, chemistry and telegraph sets in the early 1900s) as well as the EcoEarth Ball. Facilities also included are restrooms, picnic tables jogging/walking/biking paths and three "mutt-mitt" dispensers.

90+ acres with 2,763 trees; 49+ acres of grassy areas; 22+ acres wild and undeveloped.

Facilities include: 1 ball field; 12 horseshoe courts; 4 playground structures; 24 play equipment pieces; 7 drinking fountains; 86 picnic tables; 16 benches; 1554 linear feet of sidewalks-concreted; 3982 linear feet of walks and paths-asphalt; 770 linear feet of gravel trails; 9638 linear feet of soft surface jogging path. Also features: lighted tennis courts; rose gardens and flower beds. Bush Barn Art Center and Gallery; Bush House Museum and Soap Box Derby tracks.

898+ acres with 12,286 trees; 16+ acres of grassy areas; 66 acres of wild undeveloped area. Features include: 1 play structure; 6 play structure activities; 8 portable toilets; 1 shelter; 2 drinking fountains; 13 picnic tables; 7 benches; dog exercise area; 51,955 linear feet of walks and paths in asphalt and 25,238 linear feet of soft surface jogging paths.

If you have any further questions, it will be my pleasure to provide you with the answers! 

Peggy Legrande (503) 371-5121

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