Highland Homes for Sale in Beaverton
Real Estate in Highland Neighborhood in Beaverton
Beaverton's Highland neighborhood is touted as one of the top 10 best neighborhoods in Beaverton. Excellent schools, ideal for families, and lots of diversity and entertainment. This larger neighborhood sits just south of downtown Beaverton and west of Highway 217 between West Beaverton, South Beaverton, the Vose neighborhood and central Beaverton. It is primarily residential with the Fir Grove elementary and Highland Park middle school located inside. Read on below the listings to learn more about the Highland neighborhood.
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Just 20 minutes from downtown Portland, Beaverton's Highland neighborhood is easily accessible along Southwest Hall Boulevard off of the Beaverton Tigers Highway. Most of the homes in the Highlands neighborhood were built from the 1970s to the 1990s and feature ramblers, two stories with basements, walkout basements, and split entry homes. There are several hundred homes within the Highland community, parks, apartments, but primarily residential, single-family detached homes.
The closest amenities are found at SW. Allen Blvd. and SW. Murray Blvd. This shopping center offers a RightAid, Starbucks, fitness center, Safeway, Ace Hardware, a few restaurants, and our famous McMenamin at Murray & Allen. If you don't know already, McMenamins is the Portland area's premier brewery and fun entertainment destination. There are McMenamins all over the Portland area and even reaching as far north as Everett Washington. The McMenamins Murray & Allen is a fantastic pub where historical photographs and original McMenamins artwork decorate the walls. They say that the sun is always shining here with the fantastic hand-painted son on the ceiling. We'll find handcrafted ales, wine, ciders, and spirits as well as outdoor seating throughout the summer months and to shuffleboards for year-round fun. For those that live in the Highland neighborhood, this is a favorite go-to spot. You'll find seasonal ingredients from local and regional growers and producers as well as fantastic pizza, burgers, ridiculously delicious sandwiches, and healthy salads.
The Highland Neighborhood is part of the Beaverton school district, one of the best school districts in the area. Students are typically assigned to the Fir Grove elementary school, the Highland Park middle school, and the Southridge high school. The elementary school and middle school are located within the community and the high school is just a few blocks south of the southern border of Highland.
There are several parks in Highland as well as just outside the border including the largest, Highland Forest Park. This large park spans at least three or four blocks and features several trails that wind through the park. It also includes the Hyland Woods Natural Area. Side note: the Highlands neighborhood of Beaverton is often referred to as Hyland Hills with a different spelling. But most people simply refer to it as Highlands. The natural area is a 30-acre forested park that includes about a mile of soft-surface trails. It features an innovative nature play area, a 1.5-acre section of the park for an off-trail play area, and a great place to explore without disturbing the environment.
Highland Real Estate
Homes for sale typically run between $300,000 and $900,000 with the average home price of about $360,000. 58% of Highland residents own their own homes. With a total of about 9800 residents, there are usually between 10 and 20 listings for sale at any given time depending on the current market. From duplexes and single-family homes starting at around $300,000 to larger estates, larger lots, and newer homes of around $600,000-$900,000, there's something for everyone in the Highland neighborhood of Beaverton. For more information on homes for sale in Highland, browse active and pending listings above or simply contact our office to be notified when new listings hit the market or to schedule a showing.