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More About Cooper Mountain
Cooper Mountain, not only a luxury neighborhood in Beaverton Oregon, but it's also a mountain in Washington County with an elevation of about 764 feet. The area and the surrounding neighborhood is named for Ohio immigrant Perry Cooper who settled on the mountain over 100 years ago. The neighborhood of Cooper Mountain is home to about 4800 residents and 92% own their own homes. Most of the community surrounds the Cooper Mountain Nature Park located just off of SW. Kemmer Rd.
Thinking of living in the Cooper Mountain Neighborhood?
This once sleepy suburb located just to the west of downtown Portland is developing rapidly with many tech and high-profile manufacturing jobs coming into the Beaverton area. Considered a family-friendly community, this peaceful, urban retreat offers the perfect balance of nature and city essentials. This close-knit neighborhood offers safe streets, walkable communities, and peaceful and well-established surroundings. You'll find neighborhood gatherings, grounds, and of course, the famous Cooper Mountain Park offering an up-close look at nature in the area. There are over 3 miles of trails through the woodlands and forests offering unique views of surrounding valleys and mountains. There are even ADA paths encouraging those in wheelchairs to safely explore the park.
Nestled on the edge of Beaverton, this 230-acre park features miles of trails, distinct habitats, and typography from prairies to woodlands. It features art installations, drinking fountains, nature programs, playgrounds, wildlife viewing, sandbox options, and picnic areas. There are no dogs, horses, or other pets prohibited as the park tries to maintain the natural aspect for all local wildlife. The park hosts classes and events throughout the year at the Cooper Mountain Nature House, which offers parking, restrooms, and nature play areas.
Cooper Mountain Schools
Cooper Mountain is part of the Beaverton Public School District and students are served by the Cooper Mountain elementary school, the Highland Park middle school, and the mountainside high school. The Cooper Mountain Elementary school is one of the top-rated schools in Beaverton, originally opened in 1967 featuring nearly 500 students, 5600 volunteer hours each year, 13 student countries of birth, 56 staff members, and 185 active volunteers a year-round.
"We moved here and have been so happy to attend this school. Everyone from the office ladies to the principal have been supportive and have played a role to help our kiddos be successful." - Cooper Mountain Elementary, Great Schools.org
Cooper Mountain Homes for Sale
The Cooper Mountain area includes some parts of Sexton Mountain, Neighbors Southwest, Hazeldale, and West Beaverton. The primary Cooper Mountain neighborhood area sits between the nature Park and Northridge woods natural area. There are luxury homes, newer homes and a few subdivisions, and homes on a few acres. There are so many natural areas, trailheads, and wooded areas, that if you're looking to live in the forest, Cooper Mountain is ideal. Some neighborhoods in Cooper Mountain have homeowner association dues, but are typically less than $25 a month paid annually. Homes were built typically between the 1960s and today and some sit on properties with acreage of up to 2 acres.
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