Central Beaverton Homes for Sale
Real Estate in Central Beaverton
Central Beaverton is actually a neighborhood in Beaverton surrounding the center of town. It stretches from SW. Murray Blvd. to Highway 217 and from SW. Ellen Blvd. N. to about SW. Millikan Way encompassing Cedar Hills Crossing shopping center as well. It's located at the intersection of Highway eight and Highway 10. Read on below the listings to learn more about the Central Beaverton neighborhood.
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Relocating to Central Beaverton
Central Beaverton is the hub for most of the services and amenities in Beaverton. It's home to about 23,000 residents and is a mix of industry, residential, and commercial with an urban/suburban mix. There are a lot of apartments and businesses within the Central Beaverton neighborhood. This makes an easy place for commuters to other Beaverton areas or downtown Portland, just 15 minutes away.
Central Beaverton has its own neighborhood Association just like other Beaverton neighborhoods. They typically need on the first Monday of the month to discuss ideas and issues and work on projects to improve the neighborhood. Anyone that lives, owns property including a business or represents nonprofit organizations within the neighborhood can be a member. It's a designated forum for committee participants to share ideas and news with other neighbors. It's also a good place to meet city officials and talk about various issues.
Central Beaverton is really the heart of downtown. It includes the Beaverton City Mall, which was once the location of the Bernard Airport. Up until 1966 when it was demolished to make way for the mall, it was Oregon's oldest operating airport. Central Beaverton is also home to several registered historical sites.
There are several activities and events happening in Central Beaverton hosted by the Association such as the upcoming event Looking Glass Alice in Wonderland, a compilation of the famous books performed by artists in colorful Victorian costumes. The Chalk Art Festival is also held with the area's night market and the Central Beaverton Association helps fund these programs. Summer theater in the park, walking tours, and other events are often sponsored by the Association.
"If you are looking to live in a neighborhood close to nature parks and wildlife, Beaverton is a wonderful option to consider. There are many good schools within the Beaverton School District that promote higher education to a variety of ethnicities within the student and resident population."
"I have lived in the Central Beaverton area all my life. It's been a fun and interesting experience so far. Trimet makes getting around fairly easy. It's almost like Downtown Portland but for beginners." - Niche.com
Central Beaverton Schools
Central Beaverton is served by the Beaverton school district. Students are typically assigned to the Walker elementary school, Cedar Park middle school, and Beaverton high school.
Central Beaverton Real Estate
Home prices are all over the board with Central Beaverton because there are a variety of apartments, condominiums, multi-family units and single-family homes. Prices typically start around $200 up to about $700 depending on the condition and location. There are several residential areas south of SW. Farmington Rd. or Highway 10 and north of Highway 10 is primarily industrial and commercial. For more information on homes for sale in Central Beaverton, browse active listings above or contact our office at any time to schedule a showing.