Southwest Hills Homes for Sale

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Southwest Hills is a neighborhood in Northwest Portland just south of the Oregon Zoo and Washington Park south of Highway 26 and north of Southwest Portland. It's quite a large residential neighborhood comprised of Portland Heights, the Marquam Nature Park, and borders Goose Hollow. Read on below the listings to learn more about Southwest Hills.

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Bordered by Sylvan Highlands, Goose Hollow, downtown Portland and Homestead, Southwest Hills is an easy commute to downtown, upscale residential neighborhoods in the home of Council Crest Park. Southwest Hills is home to about 14,000 residents and is a urban/suburban mix. There are several parks in Southwest Hills including Counsel Crest, Governors Park, Noris House, Portland Heights, and Marquam Nature Park.

Commonly referred to as "West Hills", this hilly and lush terrain offers beautiful views from many of the homes all the way to Mount Hood, Mount Adams, and Mount Saint Helens on a clear day. Full of history and connections to Portland's past, Southwest Hills has some of the oldest and most notable homes in the Portland metro area. Frank J Cobb's House built in 1918 is located within Southwest Hills and for architectural enthusiasts, this is one of the most luxurious mansions you can find in the area.

In addition to unique architecture, Southwest Hills offers several parks within the neighborhood boundary surrounded by lush forests and green landscape. The most famous, counsel Crest offers the best views in all of Portland and maybe even the state. It was home to an amusement park in 1907 and named after the belief that local Native Americans used to hold meetings of the top of the hill. Rides and games were installed as part of a promotional campaign by the Portland Railway Light and Power company with a streetcar that ran up and down back and forth from the park for travelers to visit. The park, however, was shut down in 1929 and the Lewis and Clark Observatory was built providing incredible views of the city below. Today, it's still a popular landmark for tourists, visitors, and locals and is the highest point in Portland in 1073 feet.

Southwest Hills Schools

Schools that serve the Southwest Hills neighborhood are some of the highest-rated in Portland including Ainsworth Elementary, West Sylvan middle school, and Lincoln high school. Depending on the location and address, some properties are assigned to the bride a mile Elementary, the Gray middle school, and Wilson high school.

Southwest Hills Real Estate

The Southwest Hills neighborhood has some of the highest-priced homes in Portland with an average home price of $780,000. 72% of residents own their own homes and the median rent is about $1676 as of the publishing of this article. Homes range anywhere from $350,000 up to over $3 million, especially those closer to downtown. For more information on homes for sale in Southwest Hills Portland, browse active listings above or contact my office at any time to schedule a showing. If you like updates on the newest Southwest Hills real estate, feel free to contact me below.

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