Renaissance Pointe Homes For Sale 

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Search Renaissance Pointe Homes For Sale June 18, 2021
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Living in Renaissance Pointe

Renaissance Pointe is a beautiful community with an assortment of styles, varying sizes and affordable prices. Luxury single family homes ranging in size from 4,300 - 5,600 square feet are generally what you will find in Renaissance Pointe. Situated on the Tualatin Valley, homes in this community are not lacking beautiful scenic views. The high-tech company, Intel is located nearby as well as other major corporations attracting business professionals and their families to this area. There are several residents that work remotely but, if they need to go to the office, the commute is quick and easy due to the close proximity. 

Renaissance Pointe is maintained by the Renaissance Pointe Homeowners Association. The HOA ensures that residents are following the rules and regulations set up with the purpose of keeping this community beautiful. Routine maintenance of common areas, landscaping, sidewalk repair and more are maintained by the HOA. All of these things require money to operate; which is funded by the residents HOA dues that are charged to each resident monthly. 

Things to do in Renaissance Pointe

Downtown Portland is a quick twenty minute commute from Renaissance Pointe providing ample shopping and entertainment options. Popular nearby shopping areas include Murray Scholls Town Center, Progress Ridge TownSquare and The Village on Scholls Ferry. Ample shopping options are available to the residents of Renaissance Pointe at any of these popular shopping centers. 

Nature seekers can visit Tualatin Hills Nature Park offering ample forested areas, wetlands and miles of trails for hiking or Cooper Mountain Nature Park offering similar amenities. Another great option is Washington Park offering the Oregon Zoo, Portland's Children Museum, the Japanese Gardens and more. There are plenty of opportunities for shopping, dining and entertainment right in the very community, so residents don't have to go very far.

Jenkins Estate is an historic home that was built with the intention of being a summer home sitting on 68-acres, now owned by Tualatin Hills Park and Recreation District. The estate has now been renovated and is now open for self-guided tours of the stables and wooded grounds. Pittock Mansion is also an historic home, a French Renaissance style chateau that was built as a private home, now it is run by the Pittock Mansion Society and the Portland Parks and Recreation to operate and preserve the historic buildings. Open to the public for self-guided tours, so anyone can take their time to enjoy either of these historic sites.