Northstar E SeriesExpress

5000 NE Kale St, SALEM, OR 97305

From $344,995 | 2,167 - 2,506 sq ft


Northstar E Series

Welcome to Northstar located in Salem, OR. This welcoming city is minutes from shopping and restaurants as well as Keizer Station. Detroit Lake is glistening year round, the Wooden Shoe Tulip Farm is in full bloom by may and the city is steeped in history from the Capitol building to the Willamette Heritage Center. Another perk of living in this up in coming area is its easy access to I-5, the Oregon Coast and Hazel Green road, a beautiful country road that takes you to the east side of Salem to Mt. Angel and Silverton.

This E-Series offers various floor plans that range from three to five bedrooms. In each kitchen, find thoughtful design with stainless steel appliances and slab granite countertops along with a gas fireplace with painted shelf mantle and a designer accent wall in the great room.

Community Information

Daily 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Contact Info
Ashley Mead
Online Sales Counselor
Boo Chanthavong
Jarrod Fay
  • Active Adult
  • HOA
  • Smart Home Package
  • 2 Car garages
  • Jan Ree Community Pool

My Notes

School Districts Near Home

School Name Distance

Hammond Elementary

Public | K-5

0.3 mi.
School Name Distance

Adam Stephens Middle School

Public | 6-8

0.6 mi.
School Name Distance

McKay High School

Public | 9-12

3.1 mi.

Nearby Communities (3)

Whispering Heights

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Amenities: HOA, MultiGen

Northstar Cottage Series

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1,552 - 1,807 sq. ft.

Amenities: HOA, Active Adult, MultiGen

Northstar 1W Series

Homes from the $271s
1,441 - 1,662 sq. ft.

Amenities: HOA, Active Adult, MultiGen

Area Information


Welcome to Oregon, the gateway to the Pacific Northwest.

D.R. Horton, America's #1 Home Builder, introduces brand new homes in the majestic Pacific Northwest encompassing Portland, Oregon and Vancouver, Washington. From its breathtaking sandy beaches to its mountainous ski areas, Oregon encompasses a wealth of recreational opportunities - camping, skiing, fishing, hiking, golf and cycling are abundant. Oregon is home to Crater Lake National Park, the Oregon Shakespeare Festival, and large employers like Intel and Nike. Visit one of nine historic lighthouses along the Oregon coast or head to the Columbia River Gorge for world-class windsurfing. Visit the world’s largest cheese factory in Tillamook or take a wine tour through the scenic Willamette Valley known for its lush farmlands.