Very nice langlois writeup from Sotheby's International Realty
Langlois, Oregon, an “unincorporated community” 17 miles south of Bandon and 13 miles north of Port Orford is one of those “blink and you’ll miss it” kind of places. It has a population of fewer than 200 souls, and from the highway one will see a restaurant, market, coffee shop, farm store, library, and post office. Langlois, however, is much more than meets the eye. Despite its relatively uneventful history, it’s taken on a fairly hip vibe recently, and it seems to just be getting hipper.
Langlois sits just under 2.5 miles from the ocean as the crow flies and just north of where Floras Creek meanders its way under the highway on its way to the New River and the Pacific. Approaching it from the north, one notices rolling hills, flat farmland, and most of all, verdant green as far as the eye can see.