Search all homes for sale in Woodland, Washington. Woodland is a bucolic town that sits on the banks of the Lewis River where it meets the Interstate 5 Freeway. Incorporated in 1906, Woodland remains a small community but is growing much like the rest of Southwest Washington.
Woodland attracts home buyers interested in quiet, rural living. But it is also located just 22 miles north of Vancouver (and just a few more to Portland) so shopping trips and big city amenities are just a short drive away. Plus, the cost of living here is less than other nearby cities.
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Cities in Cowlitz County
Surrounded by mature forests and foothills of the Cascade Range, this picturesque area is the perfect place to call home.
Home shoppers have many choices from homes on acreage, small farms, wooded lots, and even newer townhomes. The houses perched on the surrounding hills offer wide open territorial views.
The Lewis and Columbia Rivers offer plenty of outdoor recreation boating and fishing enthusiasts. Playing rounds of golf on the Lewis River Golf Course (public) has been part of recreational life here since 1967. If you follow State Route 503 (SR-503) out of town, you’ll link up with Lake Merwin, Yale Lake, and Swift Reservoir.
Further beyond the lakes, hikers can access several trailheads for hiking, including Climber’s Bivouac Trailhead, the most widely used access point for ascending Mt. St. Helens during the summer.
Tourists know Woodland, WA best for Hulda Klager Lilac Gardens and Cedar Creek Grist Mill, both of which are listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
Hulda Klager was self-taught botanist who began experimenting with hand-pollinating and hybridizing plants. Her efforts resulted in many new varieties, especially lilacs (over 250). Today the Lilac Gardens – once her laboratory and grounds where guests would come to marvel at her work during “Lilac Week” – are preserved for visitors just the way the property looked during her lifetime. It is open to public tours.
Cedar Creek Grist Mill was built in 1876. Visitors can tour the operation mill and watch its pulleys and belts in action to product cornmeal, flour, and cider (in the fall). Visitors can take home samples. The mill is completely powered by water flowing in the creek, no electricity.
Woodland Home Search
Always get the latest Woodland property listings. This page is updated with Woodland real estate information several times per day from for the most extensive regional MLS in Woodland (RMLS).
House prices in Woodland are slightly higher than average for Cowlitz and Clark Counties. The housing stock consists of primarily of single family homes with a few townhomes and luxury homes to boot.
Each property listing includes the price, year built, size of the home (square feet), size of the lot, number of bedrooms, number of bathrooms, and other vital details. You’ll also be able to check the number of days it has been on market (DOM), the MLS number, and the listing status (active, pending, or bump-able).
You can also review exterior features as well as the architectural style of the home. If any appliances or other personal property are included with the sale, those will also be noted.
When available, local information will be included along with Woodland schools, neighborhood walkability, and a map.
Woodland, WA Realtors®
Buying or selling a home? If you’re looking to buy a home, contact our Woodland real estate agents; we’re the LOCAL experts and can answer all of your home buying and Woodland neighborhood questions. If you’re thinking of selling your home in the Woodland area, our listing agents can provide dates and prices of recently sold homes nearby, up-to-date Woodland real estate market information, and previous sales history.