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    Prineville (el. 2,868′, zip code 97754) is the only incorporated city in Crook County and also serves as the county seat. It is located thirty miles southeast of Madras on HWY 26 and twenty miles east of Redmond on HWY 126. Founded in 1877, the city was named for the first merchant in town, Barney Prine. Up until 1911, Prineville was the major town in central Oregon. At that time, a north-south railroad line from The Dalles was built through Redmond and Bend – by-passing Prineville entirely. To keep the town alive, the residents of Prineville established their own railroad line that connected to the north-south tracks.

    Les Schwab Tire Centers was founded in Prineville in 1952 and maintained its corporate headquarters there until 2008 when it was relocated to a new location on Bend’s north side. However, the company still maintains a large distribution center in Prineville. More recently, both Facebook and Apple established large data centers near the Prineville Airport in 2010 and 2012 respectively.

    Like most central Oregon towns, outdoor recreational opportunities go hand in hand with Prineville. Two popular reservoirs can be found in the area. Prineville Reservoir State Park lies south of town and the smaller Ochoco Reservoir is just east of town. The Ochoco National Forest is also found to the east.

    Other unincorporated areas in Crook County include the community of Powell Butte, which lies roughly halfway between Redmond and Prineville on the northern slope of Powell Butte. The Brasada Ranch destination resort was established in 2005 on Powell Butte’s southwest slope. It is fourteen miles from Redmond and twenty miles from either Prineville or Bend. Several sparsely populated ranching communities lie further east from Prineville. Post is located twenty-five miles southeast of Prineville on HWY 380. It also has the claim to fame of being the geographical center of the State of Oregon and is comprised of a post office and general store/tavern. Paulina, named for Paiute Chief Paulina, is a further thirty miles east from Post on HWY 380 and Suplee is another nineteen miles on from Paulina.

    For more information on Prineville and the surrounding area, please visit the Prineville / Crook County Chamber of Commerce.

    Popular Prineville Area Neighborhoods

    The following is not intended to be a complete list of all recorded subdivisions in Prineville, but rather a selection of some of the more popular ones.

    East of town
    By the Ochoco Reservoir
    Lake RidgeNorth Shore Estates

    West of town
    North of HWY 126 and South of HWY 26
    Broadwater EstatesCrescent Rim EstatesRiverland VillageWestwood

    North side
    North of HWY 26
    1st5thAspen Heights | Barnes ButteBarronsBuckaroo Acres | Creeks EdgeDeascentisGolden HorseshoeIronhorseMcKay MeadowsMonroe HodgesNewsomsNoblesNorthridgeOchoco HeightsOchoco PointeQuail MeadowsSteve W YanceySteve W Yancey 2ndStoneStoneridge TerraceSunrise AcresSunset HillsTylersValley BrookValleyWests

    South side
    South of HWY 126 and HWY 26
    Baldwin IndustrialBreese RanchCrystal SpringsElkins TractHudspethMeadow Lakes EstateNW TownsiteOchoco Creek ResortOregon & WesternPrineville-FourthSouth PrinevilleThe Estate At Ochoco Creek

    South of town
    These are more rural neighborhoods on either side of HWY 27 between Prineville and the Prineville Reservoir.
    Cimarron HillsDry Creek AirparkFairviewFalcon Ridge Subdivision | High Desert EstateHighlandsIdleway AcresIronwood EstatesJuniper Heights CCJuniper AcresLonghorn RidgeMountain Ridge Estates Ochoco Land & LivestockPrineville Lakes Acres

    Prineville Reservoir
    Next to Prineville Reservoir.
    Bottero ParkIndian Rock EstatesJasper KnollsJuniper HillsLakeview Cove

    Southwest of Prineville on either side of HWY 380 close to Post.
    Riverside Ranch

    Prineville, Oregon Real Estate Searches

    Property Type
    Vacant Land/Lots | Condo | Townhouse/Villa | Manufactured Home | Single-Family Home | Multi-Family | Farm | Shared Interest | Commercial | Commercial-Lease | Business Opportunity

    Property Features
    Corner Lot | Green/LEED | Handicap-Equipped (Accessible) | Historic Property | New Construction | Manufactured Homes AllowedShort-Term RentalPaved Street | Public Water | WellSewer | Septic | Propane UtilitiesSolar Utilities

    Community Features
    Adult Community | Community Pool | Gated Community | Has HOA | No HOA | Horse Property | Tennis Community | Golf Community

    Exterior Features
    Parking – RV/Boat | Carport | Garage (attached | detached) | Storage Buildings | Workshop | Barn | Guest House | Fenced Yard | Irrigation (agricultural) | Sprinkler System (lawn) | Patio | Deck | Hot Tub | Pool | Brick | Block Construction | Roof – Metal | Roof – Tile

    Interior Features
    Basement (finished | walk-out) | Bonus Room | Formal Dining | Great Room (kitchen, dining, & living in one large room) | Loft | PantryMaster Downstairs | Two Master Suites | Walk-In ClosetWasher/Dryer In UnitCentral Air ConditioningFireplaceHeat – Electric | Heat – GasCarpet Floors | Hardwood Floors | Tile Floors

    Architectural Style
    | Bungalow | Chalet | Colonial | Contemporary | Cottage | Craftsman | Duplex | Log/Log Look | Quadplex | Ranch/One Story | Split Level | Traditional | Triplex | Tudor | Two Story | Victorian

    City View | Golf Course View | Lake View | Mountain View | River View | Water View

    River Front | Waterfront

    Title Status
    Foreclosure or Bank-owned | Short Sale ListingsStandard Sale (no foreclosures or short sale listings)

    Cash | Owner Financing | Trade/Exchange

    Has Photos | Open House | Under Contract (aka Contingent Bumpable) | Pending | Sold

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