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If you’re tired of having neighbors – WELCOME HOME!

Situated in the country – but just 15 minutes from the Ogle County seat (Oregon), this 2-bedroom ranch home has all the privacy and space you can imagine. As far as space goes…this home is situated on 5 acres and zoned Ag-1. Ag-1 zoning allows you to raise horses or any hooved animals and can offer property tax advantages. 5 Acre parcels with Agricultural zoning are rare.

Click HERE the property’s zoning information.

Click HERE for the Ogle County Zoning Ordinances

As far as privacy goes – the nearest neighbor is 0.36 miles away. Looking over the countryside – mostly corn fields with a few densely wooded areas – expands your consciousness.

Scroll down to view the aerial pictures.

But the home itself is great too!

The Kitchen is expansive with tons of hardwood cabinetry, space for a dining room table, and a breakfast bar area. The Living Room boasts beautiful hardwood flooring, a bay window and picturesque views of the countryside.

The Master Suite really sets this home apart. It features a wall of closets, a separate private sitting area with built in shelving and its own private enclosed patio. Imagine enjoying your morning coffee in your own private patio and watching the sunrise across the fields – without ever leaving your own bedroom.

Additional amenities include a Extra-large two car garage with enough space to store toys or build a small workshop, a covered front patio, a large circular drive which can accommodate the largest of vehicles, a mature wind break of Pine trees to the West and much more!

The roof was replaced in 2012, the furnace in 2011, the hot water heater in 2015, and the garage system was installed in 2018. Being sold as part of an estate – don’t let this rare opportunity to own a piece of the county pass you by…

Contact Designated Managing Broker - Todd Burghardt at (815) 703-0928 cell/text for your private tour.



red star 2 Bedroom/1 Bathroom/ Oversized 2 Car Garage
red star 1700 Sq Feet (per county records)
red star Covered Front Porch
red star Large Eat-In Kitchen with Breakfast Bar
red star Master with Seperate Sitting Area and Private Enclosed Patio
red star 5 Acres - Ag - 1 Zoning
red star NO IMMEDIATE NEIGHBORS - (closest house is 0.36 miles away)
red star Oversized 2 Car Garage with Room for Toys/Workbench
red star Large Circular Driveway
red star Beautiful Hardwood Flooring in Living Room
red star 2nd Bedroom is plumbed for washer and dryer
red star Large Breezeway/Mud Room between Kitchen & Garage
red star Private Enclosed Patio oiff Master Suite










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Community information

Population: 4,060
2000 Census
Oregon History - Facts and Figures

Oregon, the County Seat of Ogle County, is located at the junction of Route 64 (North Ave) and Route 2 in North Central Illinois along the picturesque Rock River.

Oregon founder John Phelps arrived on the banks of the Rock River in 1833, just after the end of the Blackhawk Wars in nearby Stillman Valley.

A chance meeting with the son of Alexander Hamilton led Phelps to stake one claim, but he continued onward, choosing to settle in what is now Oregon because it was on a direct route from Galena to Chicago. Within three short years, the village had grown to include a church, school, post office, grocery store, and Blacksmith's shop.

Phelps was determined to see a road built from Galena to Chicago through Oregon, and when a Galena-Chicago route was constructed through Naperville and Dixon, Phelps undertook to build his road at his own expense.

The power struggle between Oregon and Dixon also extended to control of Ogle County, and when Phelps won that three year battle and Oregon was established as the seat of the newly formed county in 1837, Dixon promptly organized a petition to establish Lee County.

The history of the area is rich and varied, with Prairie Pirates and vigilante justice that resulted in the now-famous trial in which 112 men from Oregon, Sycamore, and surrounding towns were tried and acquitted for the execution of gang leader John Driscoll and his brother William.

The commencement of harness-racing at the Ogle County fair brought such distinguished-and varied--guests as Judge James Cartwright and Frank and Jesse James, who visited the Ogle County Fair with the Younger brothers just days before the Minnesota bank robbery where the Younger boys were killed.

The serene beauty of the area attracted a group of artists, led by Lorado Taft, who established the Eagle's Nest Art Colony in 1898. In the ensuing years the colony was generous to the local area. Lorado Taft created two well-known sculptures for the area: the 48-foot, concrete-reinforced "The Eternal Indian" that overlooks Lowden State Park and Taft's 1916 memorial to local veterans.

This artistic spirit endures in Oregon today, through the Arts Alliance, The Performing Arts Guild, and The Fields Project. Concerts in the Park have been an Oregon tradition for more than a century, and were originally performed on the upper level of a combination bandstand/jail.

The area retains its natural beauty as well, with three state parks and a state forest: Lowden State Park, Castle Rock State Park, Lowden-Miller State Forest and, White Pines State Park in nearby Mt. Morris.

1832: The end of the Blackhawk Wars opens up the Rock River Valley area for settlement.
1833: Oregon founder John Phelps arrives on the banks of the Rock River and builds the first cabin in what is now Oregon.
1836: Oregon township organized.
1837: Oregon becomes the county seat of the newly formed Ogle County.
1837: First school opened in Oregon.
1840: Ogle County's first county building-the old Ogle County jail-is constructed in Oregon.
1853: First Ogle County Fair is held on the Courthouse Square.
1869: Harness racing first comes to the Ogle County Fair, drawing enthusiasts including Judge James Cartwright and a now legendary appearance by Jesse and Frank James.
1870: Oregon is incorporated as a city and James V. Gale elected its first Mayor.
1876: Oregon Fire Protection District established.
1882: Oregon's first police department is established, under the direction of the City Marshall.
1892: Ogle County's historic courthouse, which still stands in the center of town, is constructed.
1898: Lorado Taft and a group of like-minded artists establish the Eagle's Nest Art Colony, now the site of the Lorado Taft campus of Northern Illinois University.
1911:Lorado Taft's famous sculpture of Blackhawk is unveiled. The sculpture still stands today in Lowden State Park, overlooking the Rock River.
1916: Lorado Taft's monument to veterans of the Civil War, Spanish-American War, and World War I is unveiled.
1929: Oregon Bible College organized.


For Additional Historical Information visit:

Ogle County Historical Society

City of Oregon Government

The Oregon City Council meets on the 2nd and 4th Monday of each month at 7:00 p.m. in the City Hall Council Chambers located in the Oregon City Hall.

Oregon City Hall
115 N. 3rd Street
Oregon, Illinois 61061
Fax: 815-732-7292

E Mail:

For additional information, visit:


Oregon Community School District 220

Oregon Elementary School
1100 Jefferson Street
Oregon, Illinois 61061

D.L. Rahn Junior High School
105 West Brayton Road
Mount Morris, Illinois 61054

Oregon High School
210 South 10th Street
Oregon, Illinois 61061

The Oregon Community Unit School District 220 includes 3 schools in Oregon and Mount Morris and enrolls approximately 1800 students.

For Additional Information, visit:


Oregon Police Department

Oregon Police Department
115 North Third Street
Oregon, Illinois 61061

Emergency - 911
Non-Emergency (days) 815.732.2803
Non-Emergency (24 hrs) 815.732.2162


Additional Law Enforcement Links:

Ogle County Sheriff's Office

Illinois State Police

Federal Bureau of Investigation

Illinois Sex Offender Information

For additional information, visit:


Oregon Fire Protection District

Oregon Volunteer Fire Department
307 S. 7th Street
Oregon, IL 61061

Emergency - 911
Non-Emergency - 815.732.2867

Oregon Parks and Recreation

Oregon City Parks:

Fairground Park
607 Fair Park Drive

Kiwanis Park
201 North 2nd St.

Lions Park
809 Webster St.

Mix Park
701 South 4th St.

Oregon Park East
200 Jones Terrace
120 River Road

Oregon Park West
1402 Koontz Place
701 Oregon Trail

Road Project P.L.A.Y
1205 Koontz Place

Carnation Park
1 Webster St.

Veteran's Field
800 South 10th St.

Williams Park
1101 Illinois St.

Although Oregon is a growing community, preservation of the natural beauty of the area remains a priority. From the free boat launches on the Rock River to the three state parks and the state forest surrounding the city, scenic landscapes and recreational opportunities abound.

For those who prefer their recreation in a tamer environment, Oregon also boasts ten city parks and two indoor recreation centers, featuring racquetball and basketball courts, volleyball, a swimming pool, fitness center and more.

For additional information, visit:

Lowden State Park
Castle Rock State Park
Lowden-Miller State Forest
White Pines State Park



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