Neighborhoods and Communities in Portland
Beaverton Oregon offensive just West of downtown Portland and takes about 10 minutes to get to the downtown area from most communities and neighborhoods around Beaverton. It’s a great location if you work in Portland or any of the surrounding communities because it provides a little less hectic of a commute, and a little slower pace of life. There are several communities and neighborhoods around Beaverton perfect for families with small children, close to elementary schools and parks, bordering golf courses, and neighborhoods within walking distance to shops, markets, and restaurants. In the North is the triple Creek and Oak Hills neighborhood which borders on the Portland side. It’s just North of sunset Highway and offer some beautiful communities such as the Sylvan Highlands and Northwest Heights. These neighborhoods sit at the foothills of the mountains and provide a great rain shelter for wind and more hilly country.
A little farther South are the neighborhoods of Cedar Hills and Five Oaks. These communities offer lots of parks with nature trails and pathways. They border along Tualatin Road which provides easy access to the Tualatin Hills Park, baseball and sports fields, Fred Meyer and shopping centers plus lots more. The Cedar Hills area is home to the Cedar Park middle school, several churches and is just north to the main shopping mecca of Beaverton. Homes in this area range from around $200,000 to about $280,000.
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A little farther South in West Beaverton and Central Beaverton, homes offer a more variety of home prices and styles from $150,000 all the way up to about $600,000 for larger homes on bigger lots. These communities sit around the central area of Beaverton so there are more apartments, townhomes, and condominiums. The Arts and Communication Academy is also located in this area and borders against the Beaverton Tigard Highway.
South Beaverton has most of the residential communities and neighborhoods such as Highland, Neighbors Southwest, Sexton Mountain, and Vose. These are larger residential communities with many parks, trails, quieter communities, schools, and recreational facilities. It stretches from 170th Avenue in the West to the Beaverton Tigard Highway in the east and all the way to Scholls Ferry Road in the South.
The Highland, Sexton Mountain, and Vose communities offer homes from around $300,000 to about $600,000 with several homes having been built in the 1950s to 1990s. Most properties offer layouts of over 2000 ft.² with spacious 2 to 5 bedroom floor plans.
Depending on where you want to live, a school district you perhaps would like to be a part of, or if you’re looking to be close to shops and daily necessities, the Beaverton area has communities and neighborhoods to fit all of these lifestyle requirements. Give me a call let’s discuss your price range, and where you’d like to live. I’m sure there’s a Beaverton neighborhood perfect for you and your family. Photo By Werewombat (Own work) [CC-BY-SA-3.0 (http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0) or GFDL (http://www.gnu.org/copyleft/fdl.html)], via Wikimedia Commons