Homes For Sale In Sherwood Oregon
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Why Sherwood is an Amazing Place to Live:
- Sherwood offers lots of home styles, acreage properties, and safe neighborhoods
- It was voted one of the top 10 places for families and has Highly Rated Schools.
- It is super close to Wine Country! You are just minutes away from award winning wineries with some of the best Pinot Nior and Pinot Gris option in the world.
- Sherwood is home to both the Sherwood Robin Hood Festival in Old Town Sherwood with medieval reenactments and costume clad characters and the Crusin’ Classic Car Show with both Classic and Custom cars from all over the area.
- Great parks with athletic fields, playgrounds and walking trails plus tons of outdoor activities at Magness Tree farm and Tualatin River National Wildlife Refuge.
- An easy commute to the Silicon Forest – including Intel and a straight shot up I5 to Portland.
Sherwood is a city in Washington County. Located in the southeast corner of the county, it is a residential community in the Tualatin Valley, southwest of Portland. Sherwood was first incorporated in 1893 as a town. Originally named Smockville after its founder, James Christopher Smock, the town was given its current name by local businessman Robert Alexander in 1891, who likely named it after his hometown of Sherwood, Michigan.
The Tualatin River National Wildlife Refuge is a 1,856 acres wetlands and lowlands sanctuary in the northwestern part of the U.S. state of Oregon. Established in 1992 and opened to the public in 2006, it is managed by the United States Fish and Wildlife Service. Located in southeastern Washington County, 15 miles (24 km) southwest of Portland, the refuge is bordered by Sherwood, Tualatin and Tigard. A newer area, extending into northern Yamhill County, is located further west near the city of Gaston surrounding the former Wapato Lake.