Windemere Homes For Sale 

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Search Windemere Homes For Sale May 9, 2021
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$281.19
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$825,000
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Living in The Windemere Neighborhood

Windemere is a small neighborhood that amounts to about 75 homes, 5 streets all around one big loop named SW Windemere Loop. Conveniently off of SW Barnes Road and not too far off of route 26, to commute into the City Center. This neighborhood is right below the west facing side of Forest Park.

The Willamette Stone State Heritage Sight is the site commemorating The Willamette Stone, a small stone obelisk that marked the intersection of the Willamette meridian and Willamette baseline, which defined the grid system of sections and townships from which all real property in the states of Oregon andWashington has been measured following the Donation Land Claim Act of 1850.  The Willamette meridian was established running north to Puget Sound and south to the California border, and the baseline was established running east to the Idaho border and west to the Pacific Ocean.

Schools: West Tualatin View, Cedar Park, Sunset High School

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