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Redwood Oregon
4744 Navarre Ave
Oregon, OH
2 Bedrooms
$1,349
1206 sqft
Last updated December 3 at 09:08 PM
Redwood Oregon is where you'll find the single-story apartment you've been looking for. Live in a two-bedroom, two-bathroom, pet-friendly home with an attached garage.
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1 Unit Available
1221 Varland Avenue - Upper
1221 Varland Avenue
Toledo, OH | East Toledo
1 Bedroom
$575
704 sqft
Last updated December 4 at 05:23 AM
Cozy 1 bedroom 1 bath upstairs unit across from a beautiful park. New laminate flooring in living room and kitchen. Updated kitchen and bathroom. Parking on street or in rear or building. Appliances and water included.
1 Unit Available
655 Platt St
655 Platt Street
Toledo, OH | East Toledo
3 Bedrooms
$950
1400 sqft
Last updated December 3 at 11:36 AM
Fully renovated 1500 sf ft. 3 bedrooms Apartment . - Property Id: 384254 FULLY RENOVATED LARGE 1500 SQ FT with * LARGE EAT-IN KITCHEN, SPACIOUS LIVING ROOM, SPACIOUS FORMAL * DINING ROOM, PLENTY OF LIGHT AND SUN ALL YEAR AROUND.
1 Unit Available
731 Reineck Dr
731 Reineck Drive
Toledo, OH | Birmingham
3 Bedrooms
$845
925 sqft
Last updated December 3 at 11:35 AM
Location: Toledo, OH Call Margaret at 419-508-5915 to schedule your showing. To view all of our places, or to apply online, check out 419Rentals.com.
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Marina Lofts
625 Riverside Drive
Toledo, OH | East Toledo
1 Bedroom
$885
729 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$1,410
1092 sqft
Last updated December 4 at 05:36 AM
Marina Lofts Toledo is a brand-new, pet-friendly apartment community with access to fishing, kayaking and canoeing on the Maumee River.
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Redwood Perrysburg Oregon Road
28863 Oregon Rd
Perrysburg, OH
2 Bedrooms
$1,272
1162 sqft
Last updated December 3 at 09:08 PM
Redwood Perrysburg Oregon Road is where you'll find the single-story apartment you've been looking for. Live in a two-bedroom, two-bathroom, pet-friendly home with an attached garage.
1 Unit Available
313 Farnstead Drive
313 Farnstead Drive
Northwood, OH
3 Bedrooms
$1,000
1148 sqft
Last updated December 4 at 05:46 AM
NOW AVAILABLE! Exclusively listed by Hudson Homes Management. Hurry, this home will not last long! Apply TODAY! Featuring 3 bedrooms, 1.
1 Unit Available
1208 Paxton St
1208 Paxton Street
Toledo, OH | Northriver
3 Bedrooms
$700
1240 sqft
Last updated December 4 at 05:23 AM
Cute three bedroom one bath home with covered entry for rent. Many features throughout. Some of the bonus features include: * Laminate floors throughout * Appliances included * Beautiful trim and crown molding To apply, please visit www.
1 Unit Available
2200 Scottwood Avenue (JK), Unit #216
2200 Scottwood Avenue
Toledo, OH | Old West End
Studio
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1 Bedroom
$750
499 sqft
Last updated December 4 at 05:23 AM
Cozy and cute 1 bedroom, 1 bath unit in the Historic district. This offers the beauty of living with amazing amenities that are close to Downtown, Expressway and Museum Available 12/1, all utilities are included.
1 Unit Available
3224 Maple St
3224 Maple Street
Toledo, OH | Lagrange
4 Bedrooms
$850
2252 sqft
Last updated December 4 at 05:23 AM
Large four bedroom two bath single-family home with covered front porch for rent. Many features throughout.
1 Unit Available
3225 Kimball Avenue - 1
3225 Kimball Avenue
Toledo, OH | Old West End
2 Bedrooms
$650
1121 sqft
Last updated December 4 at 05:23 AM
Cozy two bedroom one bath duplex unit on 1st floor with enclosed front porch for rent. Many features throughout.
1 Unit Available
3201 Maher St
3201 Maher Street
Toledo, OH | Lagrange
3 Bedrooms
$750
1167 sqft
4 Bedrooms
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Last updated December 4 at 05:23 AM
Cute three bedroom one bath home with enclosed front porch for rent. Many features throughout.
1 Unit Available
1320 Madison Avenue
1320 Madison Avenue
Toledo, OH | Downtown Toledo
1 Bedroom
$1,900
3000 sqft
Last updated December 4 at 05:22 AM
The Lofts at “The Madison”1320 Madison Ave. Toledo, Ohio 43604 When renting this Executive Loft at “The Madison” you can take advantage of the whole top 3rd floor consisting of 3,000 sq. ft.
1 Unit Available
3323 Blackstone Dr
3323 Blackstone Drive
Toledo, OH | Lagrange
3 Bedrooms
$750
1344 sqft
Last updated December 3 at 11:36 AM
Spacious 3 bed 1.5 bath North End Special - Look no more. This is the place to call home.
1 Unit Available
226 E Pearl St
226 East Pearl Street
Toledo, OH | Lagrange
3 Bedrooms
$700
Last updated December 3 at 11:36 AM
226 E. Pearl St. - Property Id: 434172 Remodeled new furnace and water heater. Apply at TurboTenant: http://rental.turbotenant.com/p/226-e-pearl-st-toledo-oh/434172 Property Id 434172 No Pets Allowed (RLNE6261773)
1 Unit Available
7103 Twin Lakes Rd
7103 Twin Lakes Road
Wood County, OH
3 Bedrooms
$1,750
Last updated December 3 at 11:36 AM
Single Family House - Property Id: 127060 Apply at TurboTenant: http://rental.turbotenant.com/p/7103-twin-lakes-rd-perrysburg-oh/127060 Property Id 127060 No Pets Allowed (RLNE6244162)
1 Unit Available
334 LAKE ST
334 East Lake Street
Toledo, OH | Lagrange
2 Bedrooms
$650
792 sqft
Last updated December 3 at 11:36 AM
2Bedroom in N. Toledo - 2 Bedroom, 1 bath in North toledo. $650/month No pets APPLICAINT REQUIREMENTS: Monthly house hold income needs to be at least 3 times the rent. No evictions or restitution's in the last 5 years.
1 Unit Available
315 Stanley Ct
315 Stanley Court
Toledo, OH | Lagrange
3 Bedrooms
$750
1337 sqft
Last updated December 3 at 11:36 AM
3 Bedroom Home- La Grange - ___***OPEN HOUSE***___ - Buckeyenw.
1 Unit Available
540 Milton St
540 Milton Street
Toledo, OH | East Toledo
2 Bedrooms
$495
850 sqft
Last updated December 3 at 11:36 AM
Recently refreshed 2 bedroom apartment. New paint, floors, and cabinets. $495 first months rent. $495 Security deposit. Credit and background check will be performed. Must make 3 times monthly rent. Tenant pays gas and electric.
1 Unit Available
1438 Ingomar Ave
1438 Ingomar Avenue
Toledo, OH | South Side
2 Bedrooms
$650
824 sqft
Last updated December 3 at 11:36 AM
South Toledo Special 2 Bed 1 Bath - This South Toledo home features original woodwork and offers 2 bedrooms and 1 full bath. The Dining room features 3 windows allowing ample natural light and window seating with storage compartments.
1 Unit Available
401 Sherman St.
401 Sherman Street
Toledo, OH | Warren Sherman
4 Bedrooms
$825
1440 sqft
Last updated December 3 at 11:36 AM
401 Sherman St. Available 12/15/20 4 Bedroom House - North Toledo - ***___COMING SOON___*** This cute 4 bedroom, 1.5 bathroom, single family home offers 1,440 sq. ft. of living space. It has an attached garage and a full basement for extra storage.
1 Unit Available
Prescott Place
437 West Bancroft Street
Toledo, OH | Old West End
Studio
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1 Bedroom
$485
668 sqft
2 Bedrooms
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Last updated December 3 at 11:36 AM
Prescott Place Apartments 437 W. Bancroft St, Toledo OH, 43620 Copy this link to your browser to schedule a showing at your convenience. https://homes.rently.
1 Unit Available
3434 Beaumont Dr
3434 Beaumont Drive
Toledo, OH | Lagrange
3 Bedrooms
$700
1080 sqft
Last updated December 3 at 11:36 AM
3434 Beaumont Dr Available 12/15/20 3 Bed Home - Lagrange Neighborhood - ___***COMING SOON***___ This incredibly spacious 2 bed, 1 bath single family home features 1,080 sq. ft. of living space, with a full basement.
1 Unit Available
233 Maryland Ave
233 Maryland Avenue
Toledo, OH | East Toledo
3 Bedrooms
$775
1068 sqft
Last updated December 3 at 11:36 AM
3 Bed 1 Bath North Toledo Home - ___***OPEN HOUSE***___ **Call Buckeye NW Realty to set up a showing @ 419-385-5555!** Looking to move? Come check out this cute 3 bedroom, 1 bathroom home.
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While some Oregon properties may not allow visitors at this time, most are open for business by phone or email. Please reach out to them directly for virtual touring options. Additionally, some properties may offer video and 3D tours, which can be found on the listing details page.
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You can use the off-campus housing filters to find apartments near colleges located in or around Oregon. Some of the colleges and universities in the area include Concordia University-Ann Arbor, University of Michigan-Ann Arbor, University of Michigan-Dearborn, Washtenaw Community College, and Mercy College of Ohio.
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You can use the off-campus housing filters to find apartments near colleges located in or around Oregon. Some of the colleges and universities in the area include Concordia University-Ann Arbor, University of Michigan-Ann Arbor, University of Michigan-Dearborn, Washtenaw Community College, and Mercy College of Ohio.

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Oregon
Rolling along: one of Oregon, OH's claims to fame is its exciting roller derby, held at the International Boxing Club in town.
Rolling along: one of Oregon, OH's claims to fame is its exciting roller derby, held at the International Boxing Club in town.

Oregon, Ohio, located across the Maumee River from downtown Toledo, is a quiet mixture of neighborhoods and commercial districts stretching all of the way to Lake Erie. The suburb of around 20,000 residents is known for its parks and events, including its always-anticipated annual German-American Festival. Oregon's network of hiking and biking trails and its many affordable rental apartments make it especially attractive to anyone with an active lifestyle. Living in Oregon offers the benefits of small-town life, while still being just minutes away from a big city and all the good things that go along with that: sports, culture, shopping, transportation and education, just to name a few. If you crave a mix of suburban silence and proximity to a big city, Oregon just may be the spot for you.

Moving to Oregon

Oregon has a lot to boast about. It is an area that is convenient to jobs in Toledo and even Detroit, making it a good choice for commuters. Living in Oregon is affordable and it offers easy access to some of the area's favorite attractions. Places to rent in Oregon, Ohio, run the gamut from traditional one-bedroom apartments to semi-detached condos to large rental homes. There's pretty much something for every budget and lifestyle in this Toledo suburb. Architectural styles range from mid-century ranch-style homes and turn-of-the-20th-century bungalows to more modern homes with large central entrance halls.

Getting around Oregon is easy. This city sits on I-280, which connects the city to I-75 and Detroit to the north and to the Ohio Turnpike to the south. The Toledo Area Regional Transit Authority (TARTA) provides regular, daily public bus service between points in the city and between Oregon and downtown Toledo. For trips further afield, Detroit Metropolitan Airport -- which handles more than 32 million passengers annually -- is just 45 minutes away by car, and offers nearly 150 non-stop flights to destinations the world over.

Come prepared for your apartment search with copies of your ID, letters of reference, your credit report and, of course, that fancy checkbook of yours!

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Oregon has a lot to boast about. It is an area that is convenient to jobs in Toledo and even Detroit, making it a good choice for commuters. Living in Oregon is affordable and it offers easy access to some of the area's favorite attractions. Places to rent in Oregon, Ohio, run the gamut from traditional one-bedroom apartments to semi-detached condos to large rental homes. There's pretty much something for every budget and lifestyle in this Toledo suburb. Architectural styles range from mid-century ranch-style homes and turn-of-the-20th-century bungalows to more modern homes with large central entrance halls.

Getting around Oregon is easy. This city sits on I-280, which connects the city to I-75 and Detroit to the north and to the Ohio Turnpike to the south. The Toledo Area Regional Transit Authority (TARTA) provides regular, daily public bus service between points in the city and between Oregon and downtown Toledo. For trips further afield, Detroit Metropolitan Airport -- which handles more than 32 million passengers annually -- is just 45 minutes away by car, and offers nearly 150 non-stop flights to destinations the world over.

Come prepared for your apartment search with copies of your ID, letters of reference, your credit report and, of course, that fancy checkbook of yours!

Neighborhoods in Oregon

Although Oregon is a relatively compact community, it still has distinct neighborhoods. During your search for apartments to rent in Oregon, be sure to check out the following areas:

Harborview: Located at the mouth of the Maumee River, Harborview is the most sought-after neighborhood in Oregon. However, that doesn't mean that it's out of reach. The area offers a number of homes to rent. Harborview is noted for its luxury lakefront homes and quiet tree-lined streets. Some homes here even have views of the lights along Luna Pier and Monroe, Michigan, on the west end of Lake Erie. This is an area of serenity and beauty.

Momeneetown: Located east of Harborview and south of Maumee Bay State Park, the Momeneetown neighborhood offers some of the newest homes and condos in Oregon. Though it's further away from the commercial district and thus shopping and restaurants, Momeneetown provides a rural ambiance while still offering city water, sewer and natural gas access. If you are looking for a newer lower-maintenance home, start here.

Navarre Avenue: This half-commercial, half-residential neighborhood is home to the majority of the apartments and condos in Oregon. When you live in this area -- located in the southwestern part of the city -- you have the advantage of being near shopping, restaurants and public transportation lines. If you really love convenience, this is the neighborhood for you.

Neighborhoods in Oregon
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Although Oregon is a relatively compact community, it still has distinct neighborhoods. During your search for apartments to rent in Oregon, be sure to check out the following areas:

Harborview: Located at the mouth of the Maumee River, Harborview is the most sought-after neighborhood in Oregon. However, that doesn't mean that it's out of reach. The area offers a number of homes to rent. Harborview is noted for its luxury lakefront homes and quiet tree-lined streets. Some homes here even have views of the lights along Luna Pier and Monroe, Michigan, on the west end of Lake Erie. This is an area of serenity and beauty.

Momeneetown: Located east of Harborview and south of Maumee Bay State Park, the Momeneetown neighborhood offers some of the newest homes and condos in Oregon. Though it's further away from the commercial district and thus shopping and restaurants, Momeneetown provides a rural ambiance while still offering city water, sewer and natural gas access. If you are looking for a newer lower-maintenance home, start here.

Navarre Avenue: This half-commercial, half-residential neighborhood is home to the majority of the apartments and condos in Oregon. When you live in this area -- located in the southwestern part of the city -- you have the advantage of being near shopping, restaurants and public transportation lines. If you really love convenience, this is the neighborhood for you.

Living in Oregon

The industrialist John Jacob Astor once owned the land that would become Oregon, Ohio. He used it for his fur-trading business. Luckily, you don't have to be a fur-mogul (yes, it's a thing) to enjoy your time in Oregon.

Oregon is home to several popular annual events. Chief among these is the German-American Festival, which draws more than 100,000 revelers each August. The event, which takes place at Oak Shade Grove in the heart of the city, features live entertainment, plenty of German food and (like any good German festival) more than three dozen varieties of German beer.

If you enjoy sports and outdoor activities, you may find your personal paradise in Oregon. This city is known for its many parks and green spaces. The largest of these is Maumee Bay State Park, located where the Maumee River meets Lake Erie. This 1,800-acre park -- one of Ohio's newest state parks -- offers a Lake Erie beach, an 18-hole golf course, a birding and nature trail, a lodge and camping facilities. Also in town, the 320-acre Pearson Park features hiking and biking trails, a nature center and picnic facilities.

Not so into nature? Don't worry, there's something for everyone here. Of course, when you live in Oregon, you're just across the Maumee River from downtown Toledo, where you'll find the home of the Toledo Mud Hens baseball team, the Toledo Museum of Art and its extensive collection of art glass. Equally appealing are the gracious homes of the historic Old West End neighborhood. Take a step back in time by visiting these areas. Gambling, live entertainment and dining at the new Hollywood Casino in Toledo are also just a few miles away from Oregon.

If the attractions of Oregon and Toledo aren't enough to keep you from getting bored, the City of Detroit is just a one-hour drive from Oregon. The "Motor City" offers the sort of entertainment you would expect from a big city, including perennial NHL contenders the Detroit Red Wings, the Henry Ford and Detroit Art Museums, casinos and plenty of shopping and dining opportunities. Just a little further north from Detroit, Windsor in Ontario, Canada is just across the Ambassador Bridge.

No matter what you like, there's always something to gather and celebrate in Oregon. For example, every year, there's Oregon Fest, when the whole city comes together to have fun the old-fashioned way. We're talking amusement park rides, music, great food... what more could you want? If you do want other great food, there's always the German-American festival every year in Oregon as well. You'll be learning what voll means in German faster than you'll be ready to!

Best of all, no matter where you want to go, Oregon is located along the I-280, one of the first (and longest) interstate highways in the United States. Heck, if you wanted to, you could drive all the way to San Francisco on this interstate!

Living in Oregon
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The industrialist John Jacob Astor once owned the land that would become Oregon, Ohio. He used it for his fur-trading business. Luckily, you don't have to be a fur-mogul (yes, it's a thing) to enjoy your time in Oregon.

Oregon is home to several popular annual events. Chief among these is the German-American Festival, which draws more than 100,000 revelers each August. The event, which takes place at Oak Shade Grove in the heart of the city, features live entertainment, plenty of German food and (like any good German festival) more than three dozen varieties of German beer.

If you enjoy sports and outdoor activities, you may find your personal paradise in Oregon. This city is known for its many parks and green spaces. The largest of these is Maumee Bay State Park, located where the Maumee River meets Lake Erie. This 1,800-acre park -- one of Ohio's newest state parks -- offers a Lake Erie beach, an 18-hole golf course, a birding and nature trail, a lodge and camping facilities. Also in town, the 320-acre Pearson Park features hiking and biking trails, a nature center and picnic facilities.

Not so into nature? Don't worry, there's something for everyone here. Of course, when you live in Oregon, you're just across the Maumee River from downtown Toledo, where you'll find the home of the Toledo Mud Hens baseball team, the Toledo Museum of Art and its extensive collection of art glass. Equally appealing are the gracious homes of the historic Old West End neighborhood. Take a step back in time by visiting these areas. Gambling, live entertainment and dining at the new Hollywood Casino in Toledo are also just a few miles away from Oregon.

If the attractions of Oregon and Toledo aren't enough to keep you from getting bored, the City of Detroit is just a one-hour drive from Oregon. The "Motor City" offers the sort of entertainment you would expect from a big city, including perennial NHL contenders the Detroit Red Wings, the Henry Ford and Detroit Art Museums, casinos and plenty of shopping and dining opportunities. Just a little further north from Detroit, Windsor in Ontario, Canada is just across the Ambassador Bridge.

No matter what you like, there's always something to gather and celebrate in Oregon. For example, every year, there's Oregon Fest, when the whole city comes together to have fun the old-fashioned way. We're talking amusement park rides, music, great food... what more could you want? If you do want other great food, there's always the German-American festival every year in Oregon as well. You'll be learning what voll means in German faster than you'll be ready to!

Best of all, no matter where you want to go, Oregon is located along the I-280, one of the first (and longest) interstate highways in the United States. Heck, if you wanted to, you could drive all the way to San Francisco on this interstate!

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Rolling along: one of Oregon, OH's claims to fame is its exciting roller derby, held at the International Boxing Club in town.
Rolling along: one of Oregon, OH's claims to fame is its exciting roller derby, held at the International Boxing Club in town.

Oregon, Ohio, located across the Maumee River from downtown Toledo, is a quiet mixture of neighborhoods and commercial districts stretching all of the way to Lake Erie. The suburb of around 20,000 residents is known for its parks and events, including its always-anticipated annual German-American Festival. Oregon's network of hiking and biking trails and its many affordable rental apartments make it especially attractive to anyone with an active lifestyle. Living in Oregon offers the benefits of small-town life, while still being just minutes away from a big city and all the good things that go along with that: sports, culture, shopping, transportation and education, just to name a few. If you crave a mix of suburban silence and proximity to a big city, Oregon just may be the spot for you.

Moving to Oregon

Oregon has a lot to boast about. It is an area that is convenient to jobs in Toledo and even Detroit, making it a good choice for commuters. Living in Oregon is affordable and it offers easy access to some of the area's favorite attractions. Places to rent in Oregon, Ohio, run the gamut from traditional one-bedroom apartments to semi-detached condos to large rental homes. There's pretty much something for every budget and lifestyle in this Toledo suburb. Architectural styles range from mid-century ranch-style homes and turn-of-the-20th-century bungalows to more modern homes with large central entrance halls.

Getting around Oregon is easy. This city sits on I-280, which connects the city to I-75 and Detroit to the north and to the Ohio Turnpike to the south. The Toledo Area Regional Transit Authority (TARTA) provides regular, daily public bus service between points in the city and between Oregon and downtown Toledo. For trips further afield, Detroit Metropolitan Airport -- which handles more than 32 million passengers annually -- is just 45 minutes away by car, and offers nearly 150 non-stop flights to destinations the world over.

Come prepared for your apartment search with copies of your ID, letters of reference, your credit report and, of course, that fancy checkbook of yours!

Moving to Oregon
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Oregon has a lot to boast about. It is an area that is convenient to jobs in Toledo and even Detroit, making it a good choice for commuters. Living in Oregon is affordable and it offers easy access to some of the area's favorite attractions. Places to rent in Oregon, Ohio, run the gamut from traditional one-bedroom apartments to semi-detached condos to large rental homes. There's pretty much something for every budget and lifestyle in this Toledo suburb. Architectural styles range from mid-century ranch-style homes and turn-of-the-20th-century bungalows to more modern homes with large central entrance halls.

Getting around Oregon is easy. This city sits on I-280, which connects the city to I-75 and Detroit to the north and to the Ohio Turnpike to the south. The Toledo Area Regional Transit Authority (TARTA) provides regular, daily public bus service between points in the city and between Oregon and downtown Toledo. For trips further afield, Detroit Metropolitan Airport -- which handles more than 32 million passengers annually -- is just 45 minutes away by car, and offers nearly 150 non-stop flights to destinations the world over.

Come prepared for your apartment search with copies of your ID, letters of reference, your credit report and, of course, that fancy checkbook of yours!

Neighborhoods in Oregon

Although Oregon is a relatively compact community, it still has distinct neighborhoods. During your search for apartments to rent in Oregon, be sure to check out the following areas:

Harborview: Located at the mouth of the Maumee River, Harborview is the most sought-after neighborhood in Oregon. However, that doesn't mean that it's out of reach. The area offers a number of homes to rent. Harborview is noted for its luxury lakefront homes and quiet tree-lined streets. Some homes here even have views of the lights along Luna Pier and Monroe, Michigan, on the west end of Lake Erie. This is an area of serenity and beauty.

Momeneetown: Located east of Harborview and south of Maumee Bay State Park, the Momeneetown neighborhood offers some of the newest homes and condos in Oregon. Though it's further away from the commercial district and thus shopping and restaurants, Momeneetown provides a rural ambiance while still offering city water, sewer and natural gas access. If you are looking for a newer lower-maintenance home, start here.

Navarre Avenue: This half-commercial, half-residential neighborhood is home to the majority of the apartments and condos in Oregon. When you live in this area -- located in the southwestern part of the city -- you have the advantage of being near shopping, restaurants and public transportation lines. If you really love convenience, this is the neighborhood for you.

Neighborhoods in Oregon
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Although Oregon is a relatively compact community, it still has distinct neighborhoods. During your search for apartments to rent in Oregon, be sure to check out the following areas:

Harborview: Located at the mouth of the Maumee River, Harborview is the most sought-after neighborhood in Oregon. However, that doesn't mean that it's out of reach. The area offers a number of homes to rent. Harborview is noted for its luxury lakefront homes and quiet tree-lined streets. Some homes here even have views of the lights along Luna Pier and Monroe, Michigan, on the west end of Lake Erie. This is an area of serenity and beauty.

Momeneetown: Located east of Harborview and south of Maumee Bay State Park, the Momeneetown neighborhood offers some of the newest homes and condos in Oregon. Though it's further away from the commercial district and thus shopping and restaurants, Momeneetown provides a rural ambiance while still offering city water, sewer and natural gas access. If you are looking for a newer lower-maintenance home, start here.

Navarre Avenue: This half-commercial, half-residential neighborhood is home to the majority of the apartments and condos in Oregon. When you live in this area -- located in the southwestern part of the city -- you have the advantage of being near shopping, restaurants and public transportation lines. If you really love convenience, this is the neighborhood for you.

Living in Oregon

The industrialist John Jacob Astor once owned the land that would become Oregon, Ohio. He used it for his fur-trading business. Luckily, you don't have to be a fur-mogul (yes, it's a thing) to enjoy your time in Oregon.

Oregon is home to several popular annual events. Chief among these is the German-American Festival, which draws more than 100,000 revelers each August. The event, which takes place at Oak Shade Grove in the heart of the city, features live entertainment, plenty of German food and (like any good German festival) more than three dozen varieties of German beer.

If you enjoy sports and outdoor activities, you may find your personal paradise in Oregon. This city is known for its many parks and green spaces. The largest of these is Maumee Bay State Park, located where the Maumee River meets Lake Erie. This 1,800-acre park -- one of Ohio's newest state parks -- offers a Lake Erie beach, an 18-hole golf course, a birding and nature trail, a lodge and camping facilities. Also in town, the 320-acre Pearson Park features hiking and biking trails, a nature center and picnic facilities.

Not so into nature? Don't worry, there's something for everyone here. Of course, when you live in Oregon, you're just across the Maumee River from downtown Toledo, where you'll find the home of the Toledo Mud Hens baseball team, the Toledo Museum of Art and its extensive collection of art glass. Equally appealing are the gracious homes of the historic Old West End neighborhood. Take a step back in time by visiting these areas. Gambling, live entertainment and dining at the new Hollywood Casino in Toledo are also just a few miles away from Oregon.

If the attractions of Oregon and Toledo aren't enough to keep you from getting bored, the City of Detroit is just a one-hour drive from Oregon. The "Motor City" offers the sort of entertainment you would expect from a big city, including perennial NHL contenders the Detroit Red Wings, the Henry Ford and Detroit Art Museums, casinos and plenty of shopping and dining opportunities. Just a little further north from Detroit, Windsor in Ontario, Canada is just across the Ambassador Bridge.

No matter what you like, there's always something to gather and celebrate in Oregon. For example, every year, there's Oregon Fest, when the whole city comes together to have fun the old-fashioned way. We're talking amusement park rides, music, great food... what more could you want? If you do want other great food, there's always the German-American festival every year in Oregon as well. You'll be learning what voll means in German faster than you'll be ready to!

Best of all, no matter where you want to go, Oregon is located along the I-280, one of the first (and longest) interstate highways in the United States. Heck, if you wanted to, you could drive all the way to San Francisco on this interstate!

Living in Oregon
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The industrialist John Jacob Astor once owned the land that would become Oregon, Ohio. He used it for his fur-trading business. Luckily, you don't have to be a fur-mogul (yes, it's a thing) to enjoy your time in Oregon.

Oregon is home to several popular annual events. Chief among these is the German-American Festival, which draws more than 100,000 revelers each August. The event, which takes place at Oak Shade Grove in the heart of the city, features live entertainment, plenty of German food and (like any good German festival) more than three dozen varieties of German beer.

If you enjoy sports and outdoor activities, you may find your personal paradise in Oregon. This city is known for its many parks and green spaces. The largest of these is Maumee Bay State Park, located where the Maumee River meets Lake Erie. This 1,800-acre park -- one of Ohio's newest state parks -- offers a Lake Erie beach, an 18-hole golf course, a birding and nature trail, a lodge and camping facilities. Also in town, the 320-acre Pearson Park features hiking and biking trails, a nature center and picnic facilities.

Not so into nature? Don't worry, there's something for everyone here. Of course, when you live in Oregon, you're just across the Maumee River from downtown Toledo, where you'll find the home of the Toledo Mud Hens baseball team, the Toledo Museum of Art and its extensive collection of art glass. Equally appealing are the gracious homes of the historic Old West End neighborhood. Take a step back in time by visiting these areas. Gambling, live entertainment and dining at the new Hollywood Casino in Toledo are also just a few miles away from Oregon.

If the attractions of Oregon and Toledo aren't enough to keep you from getting bored, the City of Detroit is just a one-hour drive from Oregon. The "Motor City" offers the sort of entertainment you would expect from a big city, including perennial NHL contenders the Detroit Red Wings, the Henry Ford and Detroit Art Museums, casinos and plenty of shopping and dining opportunities. Just a little further north from Detroit, Windsor in Ontario, Canada is just across the Ambassador Bridge.

No matter what you like, there's always something to gather and celebrate in Oregon. For example, every year, there's Oregon Fest, when the whole city comes together to have fun the old-fashioned way. We're talking amusement park rides, music, great food... what more could you want? If you do want other great food, there's always the German-American festival every year in Oregon as well. You'll be learning what voll means in German faster than you'll be ready to!

Best of all, no matter where you want to go, Oregon is located along the I-280, one of the first (and longest) interstate highways in the United States. Heck, if you wanted to, you could drive all the way to San Francisco on this interstate!