18615 Sw Boones Ferry Rd

Tualatin, OR 97062
PENDING!
139 Days on Market Taxes $7,873 /yr
COMM
MLS
19184748
Rare downtown WATERFRONT land approximately 3.12ac with 2.83 useable. valuable infrastructure in place. Central Commercial zoning. One block to City Library,Senior Center, City Hall, Shopping and Restaurents. Transportation stops at site. Amazing opportunity to develop into something special.
Somewhat Walkable
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Price
$3,300,000
Sub Type
OTHER
Year Built
2021
Acres
3.12
Lot Square Feet
130,680
Location
County
Washington
Status
Pending
Estimated Taxes
$7,873
Listing Office
Metro West Realty
Listing Last Updated
November 26, 2019 12:23 PM
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Interior
Interior

Lot & Land
Lot & Land
Acres
3.12
Zoning
cc
Sewer
Available
Waterfront name
Tualatin River
Waterfront description
River Front
Water
Other
View
River
Trees/Woods
road description
Other
present use
Other


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Tualatin


In 1886, the Portland & Willamette Railway Company purchased a right-of-way through John Sweek's land on the Tualatin River's west bank. Profiting from the sale, Sweek took advantage of the railroad's location and platted a town around the depot – calling it Tualatin. The city was incorporated in 1913, and despite its sleepy history it has awakened to dramatic growth and change over the last 30 years.

 

VIBE AND STYLE

Tualatin is a vibrant suburban city of 27,000 people located 12 miles south of Portland. This town offers the luxury of a quiet community with easy access to Portland, Mount Hood, the Oregon Coast and the Columbia and the Clackamas River. There are numerous planned neighborhoods with homes that range in style and characteristics. Residents can walk their dogs or participate in recreational sport teams at the many public parks situated throughout the city. 

The Tualatin School District offers residents a great public education from Elementary through High School.

 

LOCAL SCENE

For most of its history, what Tualatin lacked was a proper downtown. So in 1985, its urban renewal agency bought 19 acres in the town's core and set about building the downtown it never had. The result is Tualatin Commons, a 3-acre man-made lake surrounded by a hotel, restaurants, office buildings, apartments, condos and shops. Residents stroll around the lake and enjoy outdoor concerts every Friday night in July and August.

 

OUTDOOR SANCTUARY

Tualatin has more than 200 acres of parks, trails, natural areas and an active tree preservation and planting program that earned Tualatin the nickname "Tree City, U.S.A." The Tualatin River meanders through town at an unhurried pace, carrying canoes and kayaks along its tree-lined expanse. In addition, the Tualatin River National Wildlife Refuge is home to nearly 200 species of birds, over 50 species of mammals, 25 species of reptiles and amphibians, and a wide variety of insects, fish and plants.

 



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