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North Plains Real Estate

Welcome to your local North Plains homes for sale and Portland real estate resource. North Plains is a city near Portland, Oregon that offers a wide range of amenities to fit any lifestyle. Find the newest North Plains homes & condos for sale & real estate property listings in North Plains below! Browse our Portland homes, Portland condos and Portland luxury homes for sale by location, size or price and let this website be your local real estate guide. We would love to be your North Plains real estate agents and assist in the home buying process. For information about North Plains neighborhood homes for sale near Portland or to schedule a private showing, contact your expert North Plains real estate agents today. Read more about North Plains real estate.

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North Plains Real Estate Market

North Plains is a small city in Washington County, Oregon with a real estate market that's only a 17-mile drive from downtown Portland. Home to just 2,000 residents living here, the North Plains community prides itself on its small-town feel and rural-living environment. It's almost hard to believe that it’s just 20 minutes west from all of the amenities that a major metropolitan area offers. Highway 26 is the main roadway through North Plains, connecting with I-405 just outside of Portland. The city, whose housing market encompasses less than a square mile, was incorporated in 1963, prior to which it was known as Glencoe. North Plains is part of the Tualatin Valley and uses zip code 97133.

Median listing prices in North Plains are in the mid $300s and have seen a 34 percent price increase over last year, indicating that this is a hot time for seller’s with low inventory on the market. Single family, four-bedroom houses have seen the greatest listing price increases, while growth for three-bedrooms has been the slowest comparatively but still showing a considerable jump at about 17 percent. About 78 percent of residents living in North Plains are homeowners, and the median monthly rent cost is around $900.

Single family homes make up the majority of the housing market, and homes for sale start in the low $300s for three beds, two baths, and about 1,400 square feet of living space. There are a handful of historic houses on the market dating back to the period when North Plains was known as Glencoe. Luxury one-bed, one-bath condo and townhome properties in the community, most of which are located in nearby Cedar Mill, start in the low $100s. Luxury real estate is available on the amrket priced above the million-dollar mark, and there are some unbuilt residential lots available for sale in the real estate market as well.

There are several new construction communities in North Plains, including Kemmer Meadows, priced from the mid $400s, and Kay Creek Crossing, with prices starting in the upper $300s. Lennar is an active builder in both communities. Falcon’s Landing by Garrette Custom Homes and Brookwood Landing by David Weekley Homes are located in nearby Hillsboro.

North Plains Community Amenities

The North Plains community is a popular destination for outdoor enthusiasts and thrill-seekers. The North Plains Gliderport offers hang-gliding adventure tours over the Willamette Valley, and the city’s rural roads are popular with neighborhood cyclists. The nearby Pumpkin Ridge Golf Club has hosted national championships, including the Women’s Open and the Nike Tour Championship. For hiking and wildlife viewing, it’s a short drive to Tillamook State Forest, and it’s just over an hour’s drive to beach access.

The city maintains several neighborhood public parks, including Vern Galaway and Jessie Mays. Horning’s Hideout is a private park and venue that frequently hosts festivals and community-wide events.

The area is home to plenty of educational diversions as well. Rice Northwest Museum of Rocks and Minerals has numerous gems and fossils on display, and the Aircraft Aviation Museum and Oregon Sports Hall of Fame and Museum are open for tours nearby as well.

The cost of living in this community is 13 percent higher than the national average but on par with Oregon’s state average. Oregon Canadian and Jewett Cameron are among the city’s largest employers. The median household income for North Plains is $74,000, which is nearly 40 percent higher than the national average.

North Plains Neighborhood Highlights

  • Excellent public schools in the community
  • Home of the North Plains Elephant Garlic Festival the second week of August
  • Lakeview Farms offers a pumpkin patch, corn maze, as well as train and boat rides
  • Cut-your-own plants and flowers at Jackson School Lavender
  • Popular Main Street offers winery, antique shop, and tavern
  • Seven miles from Hillsboro Airport and 30 miles from Portland International Airport
  • Three hour drive to Seattle

North Plains School Information

Children living in North Plains neighborhoods attend schools in the Hillsboro School District. The district contains two dozen elementary schools, four middle schools, one K-8 school, four high schools, and three alternative and charter schools. Hillsboro School District is recognized as having very good public schools; 11 of its elementary schools receive an excellent score of eight or nine out of 10 from the school ranking website GreatSchools.org, including North Plains Elementary. Private schools serving the area include Saint Francis Grade School and Visitation Catholic School. For post-secondary education, Portland Community College has campuses at Rock Creek and Willow Creek. Nearby universities include Pacific University and Portland State University.

North Plains is an ideal choice for those seeking to buy a home in neighborhoods that are conveniently located near Portland, yet still manages to offer the sense of community found in a rural small town. Growth in North Plains has been steady compared to the population bursts seen in other Portland suburbs, making it perfect for people who want an easy commute without the crowds and activity. Prospective homebuyers who find a great place in North Plains should act quickly, as the real estate market is likely to heat up in the near future.

North Plains Real Estate Agents

Thinking of buying or selling a home in North Plains OR? Let our local Portland real estate agents help guide you through the purchase of your next property or expertly negotiate the sale of your current North Plains home. As local North Plains real estate agents, we're experts on the market dynamics unique to the North Plains real estate market. We'll get to work for you today!

Contact Unity Home Group® at eXp Realty to learn more about buyer or seller representation. Planning to sell your North Plains home? Check out our Free Home Evaluation page, where you can learn more about the value of your North Plains home in Portland County!

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Listing information last updated on May 25th, 2019 at 4:54pm AKDT.

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