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Real Estate in Beaverton
If you’re planning to move to Beaverton and hear the weather anchor say “Snow levels drop to the valley floor” this is referring to the Tualatin River Valley floor which is just about 500 miles above sea level.
In 2017, Beaverton was named by Money magazine as one of the 100 “best places to live”, among smaller cities in the country. Along with Hillsboro, Beaverton is one of the economic centers for Washington County, home to numerous corporations in a variety of industries.
Neighborhoods in Beaverton
Beaverton has over 95,000 residents and is located in approximately 17 sq. miles. Here are some of Beaverton’s neighborhoods:
Here are a few tips when you’re moving to Beaverton:
Homes for Sale in Beaverton
If you’ve ever considered moving to Beaverton, you probably wanted to know about the real estate / homes for sale in the area. Here are the most current homes for sale. Priced within any budget, moving to Beaverton may be priced right for you!
All About Living in Beaverton, Oregon
General Beaverton Statistics
- Population: about 100,000
- Total Households: 39,925
- Median Age: 37 years old
- Median Household Income: $71,000+
Largest Employment Industries in Beaverton
|Employer||# of Employees|
|Wholesale and Retail Trade||24.8%|
|Finance, Insurance & Real Estate||5.8%|
|Transportation & Public Utilities||4.2%|
|Construction and Mining||5.6%|
Beaverton’s Sister Cities
History of Beaverton, Oregon
Beaverton is the 6th largest city in the state of Oregon. It was incorporated in 1893 and has its own police department, school district, and water services. Annual events are aplenty here, and I encourage you to visit the Beaverton Chamber of Commerce website for details.
The city is a great mix of newer homes and mid-century modern homes. Can you imagine, already talking about “mid-century” … referring to the 1950’s?
Unfortunately, Beaverton didn’t preserve it’s rich downtown heart. Only a few of the late 1800’s, early 1900’s home and businesses remain.
However, there has been redevelop of Beaverton City Center, with a new library, and a newer development “The Round” located near town hall with a good mix of office space, condo living, right on the MAX line, both of which are exceptional!
Schools in Beaverton
Beaverton has its own school district that includes public elementary, middle, and high schools.
The Elementary School District was established in 1876, with other elementary districts later merged into the district. The elementary district was later merged with the high school district to create a unified school district. It is the third largest school district in the state of Oregon with an estimated enrollment of over 40,000 students as of 2019
The BSD comprises the following:
- 31 Public Schools
- 21 Elementary grades K-5
- 5 Middle Schools grades 6-8
- 5 High Schools grades 9-12
- 21 Private Schools
- 8 Early Childhood / Day Care Centers
- 3 Montessori Schools
- 3 Alternative Schools
- 1 Charter School
- 1 Special Progam Emphasis
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