Beaverton Homes & Real Estate
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Homes for Sale in Beaverton OR
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These Beaverton home listings are updated throughout the day from the Beaverton, Oregon MLS.
The property price, number of days on the market, square footage, year built, lot size, and other important listing details like assigned schools and construction type are listed on each Beaverton MLS listing by the listing agent.
Check the current listing status and the local Beaverton property tax information. Beaverton community amenities such as parks and golf courses will be listed alongside other property features such as swimming pools, views, and greenbelt locations.
Beaverton Real Estate Market
Home styles in Beaverton range from new Northwest craftsman houses to mid-century modern ranch homes. Homebuyers moving to Beaverton have a range of price points to choose from—prices generally range from the $200,000s in the most affordable neighborhoods to up past the $1 million mark in the most expensive neighborhoods.
A few of the most popular neighborhoods in Beaverton include Sexton Mountain, Five Oaks, and Murrayhill, among others.
Want to build your new home from the ground up? There are many great home builders serving Beaverton.
Beaverton Community Amenities
Beaverton is home to the headquarters of many large corporations, including Nike and Tektronics. Intel also has multiple campuses in the neighboring area of Hillsboro, making Beaverton a convenient place close to many employers and downtown Portland. The high-paying jobs available to Beaverton residents balance the cost of living well.
Major roads include Highway 217, which runs through central Beaverton, while Highway 26 provides the main route to downtown Portland, about 15 minutes away. Beaverton is also well-served by bus, the WES commuter rail, and the MAX light rail, in addition to having multiple walkable neighborhoods.
For the nature seeker, Beaverton is an excellent place to live, with over 100 parks. There is a park within half a mile of every home. Many of these parks are great places to bring your dog, helping make the city dog-friendly. Several hiking trails and bike routes are available for everyone to enjoy. On top of the parks and what they have to offer, residents can go east to the ski slopes or west to the beaches, the best of both worlds.
Beaverton strives to bring its community together with outdoor plays, concerts, festivals, and celebrations. Annual events such as the Winter Lights, Restaurant Week, Night Market, Trivia Night, Volunteer Fair, and many more are planned to promote community togetherness.
Beaverton residents also enjoy close proximity to Cedar Hills Crossing—a shopping center with a New Seasons Market, WinCo Foods, Powell’s Books, and a large multiplex theater. The Tualatin Hills Parks and Recreation District serves Washington County residents with more than 200 parks as well as six recreation centers and swim centers.
Beaverton School District provides public education to the residents of Beaverton.
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