Milwaukie Homes for Sale
The Milwaukie neighborhood the Portland Metro areas located just south of downtown along the Willamette River around the intersection of 99 East Hwy. 224. The city is located in Clackamas County a very small portion extends in the Multnomah County just to the east. It’s home to about 22,000 residents and was originally founded in 1847 on the banks of the river. It was originally known as Dogwood City of the West was incorporated in 1903 and is now a suburb of Portland and adjoins the unincorporated areas of Clackamas and Oak Grove.
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Fun facts about Milwaukie:
- The original home and birthplace of the Bing Cherry.
- Has a livability score of 73 with an A+ for amenities and B for weather.
- Offers a downtown shopping area with retail space and a Riverfront Park.
- It offers a Sunday farmers market with restaurants and coffee shops.
- Milwaukie is home to Dark Horse Comics, known for Sin City, the graphic novel 300, The Mask, Hellboy and TimeCop.
Milwaukie is served by the North Clackamas school district and there are 10 public schools, for middle schools and three high school. There are several private schools including Catholic high school and the Portland Waldorf school serving grades K through 12.
Milwaukie was recently rated #4 as one of the best places to live in Oregon. It was ranked based on its natural beauty and outdoor activities.
And prices for the Milwaukie neighborhood range anywhere from about $280,000-$460,000 on average. If you’re interested in knowing more about this South Portland community contact my office today.
GLADSTONE Homes for Sale
Gladstone is located south of Milwaukie between the Willamette River and Interstate 205. Highway 99 E. runs north and south through the small Portland suburb. Also located in Clackamas County, Gladstone is home to about 12,000 residents and is approximately 4 mi.². It’s nestled just 12 miles south of Portland is located at the confluence of the Clackamas and Willamette Rivers.
Gladstone is a cultural and social icon around the Portland area once home to the Clackamas County fair and the Oregon State fair. Today it features its own Gladstone Cultural Festival and Parade in early August commemorating its former status as a popular Chautauqua destination (In 1894, the Chautauqua movement made its way to Gladstone and today is the third largest assembly Park in the US.)
Gladstone is served by its own Gladstone school district and includes the John Wetten Elementary, Kraxberger middle school and the Gladstone high school.
Gladstone has a livability of 69 points local amenities, high graduation rates and sunny weather.
For more information on the homes and real estate available in this Portland suburb contact our office today. I’d be happy to send you a customized list of homes and properties that meet your search criteria and price in the Gladstone neighborhood.