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About Linnton - Portland Oregon
The small neighborhood of Linnton offers the best of both worlds when it comes to Portland real estate. Nestled between one of the largest parks in the Portland area, Forest Park and the Willamette River, this long, narrow community nestled along Highway 30 offers beautiful views of the river with a backdrop of an expansive forested park and trails. Forest Park blends into Linnton Park, located just north in the Northwest Portland region. Many of the homes look across the river to Cathedral Park, University Park, and the St. John's neighborhood.
The neighborhood of Linnton is also close to the agricultural community of Sauvie Island, the largest island along the Columbia River. The neighborhood extends north somewhat beyond Portland city limits into unincorporated Multnomah County ending at the Sauvie Island bridge. The community was named after US Sen. Lewis F. Linn of Missouri a proponent of settling in Oregon County. It actually had its own post office up until 1975 and was incorporated on October 5, 1910. Linnton was soon annexed in 1915 by Portland bringing with it much of today's Forest Park. Today, it's a bedroom community and affluent suburb of downtown Portland, Beaverton, and Northwest Portland.
The Best Things About Linnton
Although small, it's roots are in a former logging town. This long and narrow community lying jaggedly along Forest Park's eastern flank is home to beautiful homes and stunning views.
There is 1 Main Rd. through Forest Park, NW. Germantown Rd., otherwise, Linnton can be accessed north along N. West Newbury Rd. to Highway 30 or from the South along Northwest St. Helens Road. This 5-mile-long stretch of community is about a mile wide at its widest point featuring a mix of commercial and residential areas on both sides of Northwest St. Helens as well as residential lots bordering Forest Park. Clearly, Forest Park is the most prominent main attraction for this community but it's not the only one. There are a few restaurants, the Lighthouse In, and the Linnton community center offer a wide range of activities for youth and adults. The scenery is gorgeous, the views towering, and of course, St. John's bridge offers quite a spectacle.
Linnton is home to less than 400 residents with a median home value of about $460,000. 83% of residents own their own homes with properties lining Highway 30 and up against Forest Park. Nearly every home has some form of vegetation, foliage, or mature landscaping but there are a few newer homes on Hudson Street and Yale Street price between $400,000 and $750,000. You can also build your dream home in this beautiful community as lots start at around $50,000.
Some residences or micro-neighborhoods have their own homeowner association with monthly dues upwards of about $570. These cover common area maintenance, several utilities, and management, but are primarily reserved for duplexes and townhouses. Most homes in Linnton are single-family properties not within an association. However, it does have its own neighborhood Association, which does not require any fees. You can join the Linnton neighborhood Association here.
Residents are part of the Beaverton School District and are assigned to the Skyline elementary school, the Skyline middle school, and the Lincoln high school. Other schools in the neighborhood include the Emerson school, Richmond elementary school, and the Le Monde French immersion public charter school, all of which receive excellent scores and reviews from parents and students alike.
Linnton Real Estate
At any given time, you'll find between 10 and 20 properties for sale in Linnton. It's an eclectic mix of wooded parcels, vacant lots, beautiful estates, brand-new homes, refurbished property, historical plots, and brand-new duplexes. Home prices range anywhere from $300,000 to over $1 million. To learn more about this area feel free to contact me below or simply browse all available listings in Linnton. This is an extremely popular place to call home and listings tend to sell quickly. Set up notifications so you're sure never to miss a Linnton listing.