Corvallis, OR Homes for Sale

Corvallis, Oregon was originally names Marysville, by a man named Joseph C. Avery in 1849.  In 1853, the name was changed to “Corvallis,” from the Latin phrase cor vallis meaning “heart of the valley.” Corvallis has a population of approximately 55,000 and is home to the Oregon State University Beavers.  It is also the county seat for Benton County.


  • Corvallis was the original capital for the Oregon Territory prior to Salem being selected as the permanent capital.
  • Corvallis has a higher education rate per capita than any other city in the State of Oregon.
  • Corvallis has the highest percentage of bicycle commuters of any city in the United States. For more information click here.
  • Corvallis is one of the top “green power communities” in the nation. 21% of its electricity comes from renewable resources.


Distances From Corvallis

Oregon Coast (Newport) – 46 miles

Portland – 85 miles

Salem – 30 miles

Albany – 10 miles

Eugene – 48 miles

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