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46310 COOK RD
2021 MAIN ST
800 David Eccles
160 S MAIN ST
160 S MAIN ST
46107 SNAKE RIVER RD
155 SUMMIT ST
44097 ANTHONY LAKES HWY
2030 MAIN ST
46310 COOK RD Baker City, Oregon
5 Beds 4 Baths 4,162 SqFt 1,777.950 Acres
2021 MAIN ST Baker City, Oregon
2 Beds 2.2 Baths 21,904 SqFt 0.170 Acres
800 David Eccles Baker City, Oregon
105,572 SqFt 12.230 Acres
160 S MAIN ST Halfway, Oregon
12,674 SqFt 1.710 Acres
160 S MAIN ST Halfway, Oregon
4 Beds 2 Baths 2,024 SqFt 0.880 Acres
46107 SNAKE RIVER RD Richland, Oregon
3 Beds 2 Baths 2,057 SqFt 5.680 Acres
155 SUMMIT ST Halfway, Oregon
2 Beds 2 Baths 1,389 SqFt
44097 ANTHONY LAKES HWY Haines, Oregon
4 Beds 2 Baths 2,488 SqFt 26.370 Acres
2030 MAIN ST Baker City, Oregon
3 Beds 2 Baths 2,670 SqFt
Baker City Realty – Serving Baker City and Beyond
Stability and reputation are crucial for something as important as real estate. Founded in 1961, Baker City Realty is the agency of choice for local residents and businesses, investors and people relocating. Whether you are interested in selling or buying a home, investment property, vacant land or farm and ranch properties in Eastern Oregon, or if you just want to learn more about the Eastern Oregon real estate market, we are here to help.
A Baker Institution
It makes sense our business would be a half-century established. Stability and history are important in Baker, whether it’s our carefully maintained Historic Downtown District, Baker City Trolley, Baker Heritage Museum, National Historic Oregon Trail Interpretive Center, Anthony Lakes Mountain Resort, ghost town of Sumpter or one of the oldest narrow-gauge railroads in the country. Many long-time businesses are still active in Baker City.
Traditional and Modern Values
Odd as it seems, an embrace of history keeps a town culturally relevant. While it has a traditional small-town character, Baker City also has a great collection of art galleries, terrific restaurants, national award-winning brew pub, coffee houses, one-of-a-kind shopping, engaged schools and an active and genteel nightlife. For those with more outdoor interests, Baker is at the foot of the Wallowa and Elkhorn mountains and offers solitude on mountain hikes, thrill-seeking adventure whitewater rafting on the Snake River, skiing at 8,000 feet, and golfing, fishing, biking or birding. Another attraction is the Hells Canyon National Scenic Byway, which leads to the town of Halfway and, farther along, to Snake River and Hells Canyon – the deepest river-carved gorge in North America.
Urban Elements of Baker
Baker remains an attractive place for those seeking the calmer pace of life a Western town, yet who still value culture, refinement, an active arts scene and good food and drink. If this sounds like what you’re looking for, contact us today to discuss what is happening with Baker City, Sumpter, Halfway and Grant County real estate trends. Our professional brokers are available seven days a week to assist you. Whether residential, commercial, vacant land mining claims or farm and ranch properties, we will do whatever it takes to help you buy or sell. When you list property with Baker City Realty of Eastern Oregon, you receive extensive exposure through our marketing network. We have access to potential customers who have utilized our services over the years, which we can utilize for your benefit.
The Baker Real Estate Market
The Baker City real estate market is one of the most dynamic in rural Oregon and we’d like to assist you in selecting the right property. Please call us for a market analysis of your property or to help you start the process of selecting your Baker City, Sumpter, or Eastern Oregon “home.” Please do not hesitate to contact us.
By Lisa Britton | The Baker City Herald Lyle Laeger is the legacy of Baker City Realty, his career in local real estate spanning nearly half a century. Laeger, 92, entered the real estate scene in 1961 with Blue Mountain Realty. Three years later he struck out on his own and established Baker City Realty.…Read More...
As our days continue to fill with clutter and and over charged media, it often makes one desire a slow down in life; a mere escape from it all. There are some who go to such extremes as complete off-the-grid living, tucked far away where they are detached from the hustle. Then there are some who seek…Read More...
On any given day, most of us “Bakerites,” find ourselves dabbling in all realms of what is Baker City. From feeding cattle to taking powder runs at Anthony Lakes, or taking a yoga class then heading out for a quick hunt, or perhaps braking horses then head to the local pub to play music. or…Read More...
What are consumers to do? Most people, whether living in town, from out in the country or just passing through, have recognized that many merchants and shopkeepers in Baker keep random hours. One may ask, “what’s up with these people?” The answer lies in the idea of lifestyle. This ain’t no urban-suburban-knockdown-drag-out commuter, gotta-get-to-the-store sort…Read More...
It is in part human nature to look externally for support, especially when the idea is to accomplish something. For a number of years now, a common conversation in Baker has been to ask why we haven’t brought McMenamins to town. The hard truth at one level is, of course, simply in the numbers. We…Read More...
With Barley Brown’s out pacing most small craft breweries nationally in regard to medals won at prime competitions, like the Great American Beer Festival, Baker City has most certainly secured its place as the Best Little Beer Town in America. After years of perfecting their craft, owner & brewer, Tyler Brown, has helped pave the…Read More...
Baker City – Your “Getaway” Pacific Northwest Destination Several recent articles in wide-area publications are showing the world that the world is taking note of Baker City: Overnighter: Baker City Oregon Every man I see is thickly bearded, save one with a goatee. And he runs the place. This I expect of Portland, where I…Read More...
Baker City has always been a prosperous and industrious community. From the initial gold rush days at Old Auburn and Sumpter, to decades of booming timber industry, to a legacy of cattle ranching, Baker County has contributed greatly to Oregon’s economy. As it turns out, the glory of our past is the direct path to…Read More...