Cedar Mill Homes for Sale
Real Estate in Cedar Mill NW Portland
Looking to move to Cedar Mill? This Northwest Portland community is an excellent place for families with about 30% of the population being children between the ages of zero and 18 years old. There are nearly 18,000 residents in Cedar Mil, making it one of the largest Northwest Portland neighborhoods. Read on below the listings to learn more about relocating to Cedar Mill.
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Relocating to Cedar Mill
Cedar Mill's one of the largest neighborhoods in Northwest Portland sitting just north of Beaverton and bordering the city limits. Although it's still in Portland, Cedar Mill is just north of Highway 26 with an easy 10-minute commute to downtown. This Portland suburb got its name from the sawmill on Cedar Mill Creek, which cut Western red Cedar's that once dominated the area. The mill ceased operation in 1891 but the name was established in 1874 with the opening of a post office name Cedar Mill. It's kept the name throughout the years and grown to a population of nearly 18,000.
Cedar Mill Schools
Cedar Mills is part of the Beaverton school district and serves several different schools around the area including Terra Linda, Cedar Mill, Bonny Slope, and West Tualatin View elementary schools, Cedar Park and Stoller middle school, and Sunset high school. There are several private schools as well including Caitlin Gable School, Prince of Peace Lutheran school, and St. Thomas More Catholic school.
Living in Cedar Mill
Here's what real live residents think and feel about living, working, and playing in Cedar Mill Portland.
"If one were to live anywhere in Oregon, especially the city of Portland, I wholeheartedly recommend this area because of its quaintness, central location within Portland, and its abundance of attractions such as ponds, forests, hiking trails, night life, and rivers. In addition, it is located only an hour from the Oregon coast and approximately an hour and a half from Mt. Hood. Overall, great town to have grown up in, I will cherish it forever!"
"Good walkability, a lot of trees and parks, easy to find grocery stores, pet stores, Home Depot, close to other large box stores when needed. Several decent restaurants around. Very close to Sunset Transit Center and freeway interchanges, so easy to get downtown or to other parts of the local PDX area." - Niche.com
Cedar Mill offers a lot more amenities and commercial outlets than its neighboring communities, typically because of its proximity to the highway. There are plenty of restaurants, shops, markets, daily amenities and services right within the community and Beaverton is just a couple of minutes south.
Cedar Mill Real Estate
There's a variety of home styles and prices to choose from. 70% of residents in Cedar Mill own their own homes. The median home value is about $600,000, slightly higher than the Portland average. The median rent is about $1400. You'll find condominiums and townhouses, apartments, duplexes, single-family homes, and just a couple of gated communities within Cedar Mill. For more information on homes for sale in Cedar Mill, a Northwest Portland community, browse active listings above or contact our office at any time. We know Cedar Mill.
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