Edgewood Townehouse Association

In Eugene's South Hills

Edgewood Townehouse Property Tour

A Great Place to Live

Our community is in a managed forest area on both sides of Brae Burn Creek, frequented by wildlife, a showcase for Autumn leaves and Springtime flowers. Trails for hiking run through the property and into the adjacent woodlands.

Click below to see floorplans and a bit of our history as we celebrate our 50th anniversary.  


Welcome to the Pacific Northwest.  Yes, it rains here, and once in a while we get snow, but no every year.   We can get 30 to 45 inches a year, but temperatures are moderate ranging from 27 degrees at night to 64 degrees during the day. 


Summer’s are relatively mild with most days in the seventies and eighties, although it can climb into the nineties and low one hundreds.  It is the perfect time of year to enjoy the pool or have a barbeque in your patio, or go on hikes in the adjacent areas  

In Eugene, Oregon

Eugene, Oregon is at the Southern end of the Willamette Valley where two large rivers and many smaller ones converge. It is also a place of converging ideas. Eugene is full of artists, innovators and visionaries. This destination strives to be welcoming by designing accessibility into growth plans and taking leaps towards a more sustainable future. 

Eugen is the home of the Uniersity of Oregon, has a world-class symphony and entertainment venue known as Hult Center

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The Townehouses
Our 90 Townehouses were built in 1970-75 by Breeden Brothers. There are seven different floor plans which range from 1080 to 1500 square feet and include both one and two-story models. Each unit has a fireplace, two-car attached garage and a private patio. Some floor plans have a second-floor balcony.
The windows of our Clubhouse overlook babbling Brae Burn Creek, swimming pool and picnic area. The Clubhouse has a fully equipped kitchen, comfy sofas facing a massive gas-burning fireplace, window seats, pool/ping-pong table, and bathrooms with showers. There are folding tables and chairs convenient for use in the carpeted open area. Residents use the clubhouse for community events such as potlucks, book club, coffee get-togethers, Tai Chi, and for private parties.
The Association
ETA is a Homeowner Association and we manage and govern ourselves. ETA is a Planned Unit Development (PUD), not a condominium. The association is funded by regular yearly dues and special assessments.
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Spring time can be wet but the sun breaks through for longer times, allowing for walks through the property to view the dozens of rhododendron, azaleas, and wildflowers.  After a rainstorm be sure to walk along Brae Burn creek, and be amazed by the power that this little creek can produce.


The Oregon coast and valley areas have true four season  climates.  Fall is full of color from yellow and red leaves, and the advantage of living at Edgewood is you don’t have to rake them up (excepts in your patio).   We have a maintenance company that does that for us.