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Lake Grove Lake Oswego, OR
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Lake Grove is a luxury community in Lake Oswego Oregon just north of the lake and south of Boones Ferry Road stretching from the Cook community to Upland and the Country Club North Shore area.
Originally platted in 1912 as a development on the western end of Oswego Lake, it developed as a residential community for several years until 1959 when a vote by the residents of Oswego and Lake Grove resulted in the establishment of the city of Lake Oswego as a whole. The area developed and some commercial and residential development continued along Boones Ferry Road and this road remains the main road of the Lake Grove area, reinforced by its central role in the Lake Grove Village Center. The Lake Grove Neighborhood Association manages most homes and residential properties in Lake Grove and it also has its own fire district, water district, and post office, often giving Lake Grove the feeling of being a separate town from Lake Oswego.
Lake Grove Schools
Lake Grove is still part of the Lake Oswego school system and students attend the Lake Grove Elementary located within the community, the Lake Oswego middle school, and the Lake Oswego high school. The junior high and senior high school are no more than about a mile away from most homes and residential properties in Lake Grove and receive excellent scores and ratings by great schools.org and niche.com. The Lake Grove elementary and the Upland elementary school both serve different parts of Lake Grove depending on the address.
"Currently a High School student, one year from graduation. I have had both joyous and nostalgic feelings about Lake Grove Elementary from the days of being a student. But one thing I can say honestly is that the school staff is absolutely kind, caring, and amazing. The two aspects I'll never forget about going to this school is the colorful, diverse, and eccentric group of teachers who've always connected with me, and the rudimentary teachings I obtained from the school that have supported me through most of my life." - GreatSchools.org
The Lake Grove Village is one of the prominent landmarks in Lake Grove. It includes nearly 1 mile of Boones Ferry Road frontage from Madrona Street on the south to Kruse Way on the north. It features about 1,000,000 ft.² of commercial space with locally owned, regional and national commercial uses, retail, medical, grocery, dining, amenities, and services. It serves as both a neighborhood shopping center for Lake Oswego as well as a dining and business center. It has great restaurants such as Zupan’s Market, La Provence Bakery, and Jefe Restaurant. The farmers' market is unbelievable with fresh produce, flowers, and artisan meats, and cheeses.
The Lake Grove Swim Park is one of only two large swim parks on the lake in Lake Grove. Open throughout the summer and operated by the Lake Oswego School District, this great park is for residents of Lake Oswego only and must have proof of residency. It features swimming in both the pool and the lake, some are swim lessons, Fourth of July events, a variety of sports such as basketball, tetherball, volleyball, ping-pong, a snack shack, restroom facilities, and a concrete wading pool for kids 7 and younger. Lifeguards are on duty for swimmers in the lake during all operating hours.
Why Choose Lake Grove?
There are many fantastic reasons to choose a home in Lake Grove. It's home to some of the oldest trees in Lake Oswego including two Douglas firs located at the end of Brookside Road. These proud neighborhoods, gorgeous tree canopies, and tree lined streets and neighborhoods definitely draw many people away from the hustle and bustle of the Portland metro area into a more natural Pacific Northwest setting.
It's home to the Lake Oswego Hunt Equestrian Center, a great location for private horse boarding, riding lessons, horse shows and private training. It's home to the Lake Grove Business The district and village featuring all the shopping and amenities you could want all within less than a mile from most homes. Love peacocks? You might find a unique flock of peacocks as you drive through Upper Drive to Lakeview Drive at Reese Road and of course, all the wildlife in the area has been seen throughout Lake Grove.
With fantastic schools, one of the most oldest and active neighborhood associations with little to no homeowners dues and larger than average lot sizes, homes and real estate, properties and activities, Lake Grove seems to check all the boxes. You'll find a variety of homes, styles, ages and price range anywhere from $250,000 over $1 million. Browse all active listings above or simply contact my office at any time to schedule a showing. Let us help you find the perfect home in Lake Grove today.