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Living in Gresham, Oregon
Gresham real estate is located east of the city of Portland about a half hour drive away. Residents of Gresham real estate enjoy living in a suburb city with plenty of housing options from new construction houses and townhomes to older bungalows.
Homes for sale in Gresham offer great options with local amenities and plenty of outdoor activities nearby.
The Springwater Corridor provides endless recreational opportunities with lots of trails for residents of Gresham real estate. Gresham Station Shopping Center features shops and restaurants just off of the MAX light rail.
Living in Gresham
Just east of Portland, in Multnomah County sits Gresham, Oregon a suburb within the Portland Metropolitan area. Located approximately 12 miles from downtown Portland and approximately 70 miles from the Oregon coast, Gresham's north and south borders are divided by U.S. Route 26; otherwise known as the Mount Hood Highway. The city of Gresham provides a small town feel and gives residents a sense of family. Gresham is extremely well diverse, bringing together a melting pot of cultures together. Home to a community of hard-working people with a strong desire to uphold tradition and uphold family values, while still bringing innovation and growth to their city. An ideal location for families and only minutes away from Mount Hood, Multnomah Falls and the Columbia River Gorge National Scenic Area.
Transportation in Gresham is available through TriMet's bus service or the MAX Light Rail Blue Line providing multiple stations to better serve residents of Gresham. Travel by car, Gresham can be accessed via Interstate 84 if traveling from the west or U.S. Route 26 if travelling from the east. Gresham also offers ample bike and pedestrian trails to get around as well, such as the Springwater Corridor, 40-mile Loop, Gresham-Fairview Trail, Gresham Butte Saddle Trail, Kelly Creek Greenway Trail and the Nakada Loop Trail. Air travel is available through the Portland International Airport, located only approximately 12 miles from Gresham's city center and can conveniently be accessed by the TriMet MAX light rail service.
Gresham has community gardens throughout the city available promoting healthy eating habits and community. The big decision is which community garden is convenient for you, there is the City Hall Gardens, Yamhill Gardens, Thom Park Gardens, Nadaka Nature Park and Garden, Central City Garden and the Vance Park Garden to choose from. Arts and Culture are also important to Gresham with two museums to explore, the Gresham History Museum and the Zimmerman House Museum. Also, the Gresham Arts Plaza promotes the arts with scheduled events throughout the year promoting the arts. The parks in Gresham have a variety of offerings such as, aquatic centers, basketball courts, children's fountains, futsal, league sports, skatepark, sports fields and even a free summer program called Summer Kids In the Park offering 10-weeks of summer recreation programs.
Schools in Gresham
The Gresham-Barlow School District serves the Gresham residents, providing great educational opportunities. According to Greatschools.org, a good portion of the schools in Gresham-Barlow School DIstrict are rated average or above average with some having room for improvement. Gresham Arthur Academy was given an excellent rating of 8/10, East Orient Elementary School and Butler Creek Elementary School were both rated 7/10, Clear Creek Middle School, Kelly Creek Elementary School, Dexter Mccarty Middle School and Pleasant Valley Elementary School were all given a 6/10 rating. Receiving an average rating of 5/10 were West Orient Middle School, West Gresham Elementary School and Centennial High School. Schools that begin the below average ratings with a 4/10 were North Gresham Elementary School, Hall Elementary School, Gordon Russell Middle School, Sam Barlow High School, Holly dale Elementary School and Springwater Trail High School. Even further below average rating a 3/10 were Gresham High School and Powell Valley Elementary School. Finally, wrapping up the tail end, rating a 2/10 were East Gresham Elementary School, Hogan Cedars Elementary School, Highland Elementary School and Metro East Web Academy. As you can see, Gresham-Barlow schools have a good mixture of good and not so good schools that could really benefit from some much needed improvement, but overall the ratings are very common in most districts.
Homes in Gresham
Homes in Gresham are mostly single family homes there are also plenty of townhomes and older bungalow options available. Gresham is currently the fourth largest community in Oregon and with the continual growth, there are plenty of new construction opportunities to have a home built to meet your wants and needs. Overall, Gresham is an excellent place to raise a family or live a single, social life amongst the peers in the community.