Palisades Homes For Sale
Palisades Lake Oswego, OR Real Estate
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More on the Palisades Community
Palisades is a neighborhood in Lake Oswego Oregon just south of downtown Portland. It's bordered by the lake to the north, John's Woods to the east, Westridge and Blue Heron to the west, and Shadowood to the south or southwest Child's road. It's a larger community with several micro-neighborhoods within the major Palisades region. It's home to some of the more expensive homes in the Lake Oswego area, specifically those along South Shore Blvd. with water access and water views.
Palisades is also home to the Palisades Park Community Club, and easement property on Oswego Lake providing year-round Lake access to all members of the club. Residents have the opportunity to swim, fish, picnic, use the lake for their own watercraft such as sailboats, powerboats, paddleboards, canoes, jet skis, and kayaks. The easement lies at the mouth of a cascading stream in from the locked gate by the parking area on Cedar court members can head down the stairs along the watercourse to the easement. There's a nonslip aluminum deck, ramps, docs, and eight powerboat slips allowing for boats up to 22 feet. There are also 39 kayak rack spaces and eight slots for paddleboard racks. Palisades Park is available for all members is a great place to swim or picnic or use the water but easement membership doesn't confer the right to put in properly licensed watercraft at the lake corporate office by the dam for day use.
Palisades is the largest neighborhood in both geography and population in Lake Oswego. They consider themselves a family orientated, friendly, secluded, and safe community where people feel connected to each other. This low-density neighborhood offers primarily owner-occupied homes and single detached family properties. Most homes are very diverse in size and style and you'll find properties from $500,000 up to $2.5 million. Palisades is home to about 6200 residents and 91% are homeowners.
Things to Do in Palisades
Palisades has a municipal golf course, several public parks, three historic sites, and three churches within its boundary. The Lake Oswego Public Golf Course is one of the largest landmarks in Palisades. This hidden treasure is a city-owned 18-hole par-three facility with holes ranging from 74 to 179 yards. The beautiful landscape offers contoured greens, Lost Dog Creek, beautiful established and mature trees, and rolling hills. The course is 2 1/2 miles north of Interstate 205 on Stafford Road adjacent to the Lake Ridge high school and Luscher Farm.
Cook's Butte Park is also located in Palisades featuring 42 acres of soft-surface trails and beautiful views. It has trailheads on Delenka Lane Palisades Crest Dr., Westview Drive, and Shipley Drive. You'll find fantastic trails and wildlife viewing nature area.
The Lake Oswego Parks and Recreation system is located in Palisades as is the Lake Oswego School District. You'll find several schools within the boundary of Palisades such as Palisades elementary school, Lake Ridge high school, Greentree Art Studio, and just outside the western border is the Westridge Elementary school.
Palisades is primarily residential with a few parks and outdoor recreation options as there are no restaurants per se with in the boundary. The closest is a Domino's Pizza upon the intersection of South Shore Blvd. and McVey Avenue. But, just across the lake either north or south from Palisades are several restaurants, shops, and markets such as our favorite Gubanc's Restaurant featuring fantastic salads, soups, and burgers, La Provence Boulangerie & Patisserie for fantastic fresh baked goods, holiday meals and all-American breakfasts… You have to try out the butternut squash Shakshuka and salmon hash.
A couple of minutes to the east along South State Street you'll find the Whole Foods Market, other great restaurants, coffee shops, and our favorite Portland Metro ice cream shop Salt & Straw.
Downtown Portland is just 20 to 30 minutes north depending on traffic but you don't have to go far for great food, fantastic shopping, and beautiful views. It's all right here around Lake Oswego and specifically in the Palisades community. Browse all available listings and homes for sale in Palisades above or contact our office at any time to schedule a showing.
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