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Sherwood is one of the fastest growing towns in Oregon, located at the SE corner of Washington County, just SW of Portland, the “City of Roses.” But the growth has not taken away from the small town atmosphere from this jewel at the northern end of the Willamette Valley. Sherwood is a family orientated community that places high value on parks, open spaces, excellent Sherwood schools, events and entertainment choices. Location is everything in Sherwood. Just 30 minutes to downtown Portland and in just over an hour, the Oregon Coast, Mt. Hood or the Columbia Gorge.
Sherwood offers an array of neighborhoods to new Sherwood home-owners and life-long Sherwood residents. The Woodhaven neighborhood is the largest Sherwood neighborhood with 1,046 homes. Woodhaven is a carefully planned community with miles of walking paths and features one of Oregon’s largest YMCA facilities within walking distance of every door. There’s also beautifully built Renaissnace neighborhoods throughout Sherwood in addition many desirable subdivisions like Arbor Terrace, Oregon Trail, High Pointe, Heron Ridge, exclusive Sherwood View Estates and gated Parrett Mountain Estates to name a few.
Whether a new or established neighborhood, gated luxury community, easy living town-house or condo, lots, land, farm, ranch, rural, wine or horse country property, the town of Sherwood is regarded as a suburban haven designed for comfortable, quiet and casual living. A place that offers something to everyone, on every budget — where families and individuals can enjoy an upscale quality of life in a beautiful setting.
The historic heart of Sherwood is in Old Town. A mix of antique stores, restaurants, tea and coffee shops, boutiques, city offices, downtown farmers market, art galleries, seasonal Saturday market, harmonious blend of housing options and city museum are just a few of the destinations there. Old Town is also where popular yearly Sherwood events are hosted. The Sherwood Robin Hood festival and parade are a town favorite. The Sherwood Chamber of Commerce’s annual Cruisin’ Sherwood event, one of the Pacific Northwests most unique car shows is a true family tradition. It showcases more than 600 hot rods, classics, collector cars and customs.
Sherwood is surrounded by rolling hills of fertile farmland. Farmers markets around Sherwood offer fresh flowers and produce where you can purchase or pick your own right from the fields. Sherwood, Oregon is also nestled along side the Willamette Valley’s award-winning wine country which is home to more than 200 wineries and has been recognized as one of the premiere Pinot Noir areas in the world.
In addition to the charming ambiance and enchanted forest backdrop, there are also many parks in Sherwood to enjoy. Sherwood is also “proudly home to the Tualatin National Wildlife Refuge” which boasts beautiful protected wetland areas and offers a one mile long nature-trail where you can enjoy wildlife in their own habitat.
Community support is a staple in Sherwood. This charming town has a heart of gold and comes with a long standing tradition of community support for school and athletic programs. You’ll discover Sherwood isn’t your average town. Sherwood is a place to live, learn, play and enjoy. Sherwood is a place many choose to settle, raise their family and call home.
Sherwood Elementary Schools are Archer Glen, Edy Ridge, Hopkins, Middleton and Sherwood Charter School.
Middle Schools in Sherwood are Laurel Ridge and Sherwood Middle
There is one High School in Sherwood, Sherwood High School – Home to the Bowmen: 5A State Champions in Football, Baseball and Girls Volleyball during the 2010-2011 school year.
In 2007 Sherwood was named among the top #20 places to live in the nation by CNN Money Magazine (#18 to be exact) and in 2009 Family Circle Magazine named Sherwood Oregon among the BEST places in America to raise a family. Then again in 2011, Sherwood made CNN Money Magazine’s coveted list again, naming Sherwood in the TOP #100 American towns.
For more information about buying or selling real estate, moving to or around Sherwood Oregon, please contact Jason and Amber Gardner (Sherwood’s #1 Realtors) at 971.832.1234. Discover the lifestyle and search all Sherwood homes, land and luxury estates for sale by all agents with all companies in one place here at www.GardnerTeam.net
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