Oakland Vale is a neighborhood in Saugus, Massachusetts. It’s located off of Route One and has housing built around the turn of the 20th century. The Oakland Vale Historic District was added to the National Register of History Places on November 26, 1988 because it exemplifies historic vernacular architecture from 1850-1950s with many examples remaining for preservation.
There are ten residences preserved within this district that clearly show some architectural features still found throughout New England today like Greek Revival and Italianate styles and others which were popular during specific decades such as Queen Anne style (1880-1900) or Spanish Colonial Revival (1920-1940). Some houses have been updated over time while others remain unaltered since they originally became available for purchase.