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Living in Milwaukie, Oregon
Milwaukie real estate is located Southeast of the city of Portland on the east side of the Willamette River.
Historic Broetje House (c. 1890) – Milwaukie real estate
Residents of Milwaukie real estate enjoy close proximity to downtown Portland, the Willamette River, and lots of amenities with both Southeast Portland to the north and Clackamas to the south, including shopping at Clackamas Town Center. Homes for sale in Milwaukie range from historic bungalows and 1950s ranches to some new construction options as well.
The MAX light rail will begin service to and from Portland in the next few years, which will make commuting to downtown much easier. Search Milwaukie homes for sale, Milwaukie real estate, and Milwaukie condos for sale below.
Living in Milwaukie
Milwaukie is located mostly in Clackamas County with a small portion of the city located in Multnomah County, a suburb of Portland. Conveniently located only approximately 15 minutes from both Portland and Vancouver, making any commute quick and easy, attracting young professionals to the area. Milwaukie has several bars, restaurants, coffee shops and parks. There was a large boom in the real estate market in 2015-2016 making Milwaukie one of the hottest places to live, a part of the boom can be attributed to the Orange line from Trimet being completed, connecting the suburb to the heart of downtown Portland.
Walking and biking are highly encouraged in Milwaukie due to its location, commuting this way is not only a healthier option and environmentally friendly, it's still a quick jaunt to your destination. If walking or biking isn't the option you are looking for, there is always the Tri-Met that makes getting to Downtown Portland exceptionally convenient or of course travelling by personal vehicle.
Milwaukie offers a plethora of trails to hike, bike or just walk to provide a safe way for residents to get around town or to nearby communities. There are an abundance of parks that offer a variety of amenities to meet the needs of everyone such as picnic areas, playgrounds, baseball/softball fields, dog parks and more. Ardenwald Park, Century Park, Dogwood Park, Milwaukie Bay Park, North Clackamas Park to name a few.
Schools in Milwaukie
North Clackamas School District serves the residents of Milwaukie with exceptional public education opportunities. According to Greatschools.org, Sojourner School received a perfect 10/10 rating, Ardenwald Elementary, Milwaukie Academy of the Arts and Bilquist Elementary School received a 7/10 rating, Milwaukie Elementary School received a 6/10 and El Puente Elementary School and Putnam High School received an average 5/10 rating. Alder Creek Middle School received a below average 4/10 and Rowe Middle School and Milwaukie High School received a 3/10. A few schools definitely need some work but, overall this district offers some excellent schools.
Homes in Milwaukie
Milwaukie offers various home options from condos, townhomes and single family homes, various sizes and price ranges. Prices in Oregon are among some of the highest nationwide and while home prices have increased in recent years, homes in Milwaukie are still affordable. Most homes average at least 2-3 bedrooms but, there are still a percentage with less or even more.