Home for Sale in Forest Grove, Oregon
Looking for a home for sale in Forest Grove, Oregon? This 5 bed, 2.5 bath home in a great neighborhood could be the right fit for you. And when you are ready to tour homes reach out to us! We can show you this on or any other home for sale in Oregon currently on the market.
Charming 5 bedroom, 2.5 bathroom home in Forest Grove situated on a large corner lot. Enter the home into the light and bright living room/dining room combo with a vaulted ceiling and wood burning fireplace. Adjacent to the dining area, a sliding barn door leads into the kitchen. Here you will find a free standing range, built-in microwave, built in dishwasher and a freestanding refrigerator, as well as a full sized pantry and eating nook with slider to the backyard. Also on the main level, the master suite features a walk in closet and private bathroom. A powder room completes the lower level. Upstairs, four ample sized bedrooms and a second full sized bathroom provides plenty of room for everyone.
Outside, enjoy a covered front porch (the perfect spot for a morning cup of coffee) as well as a large, full fenced backyard with a concrete patio. There is plenty of room out back for summer barbecues and space to put in a garden. A double car garage and driveway provide off street parking. RV gravel parking. Side yard tool shed stays. Minutes to Forest Grove High School and Hazel Sills Park.
Forest Grove is a city in Washington County, Oregon, United States, 25 miles (40 km) west of Portland. Originally a small farm town, it is now primarily a commuter town in the Portland metro area. Settled in the 1840s, the town was platted in 1850, then incorporated in 1872, making it the first city in Washington County. The population was 21,083 at the 2010 census, an increase of 19.1% over the 2000 figure (17,708).
Located in the Tualatin Valley, Oregon routes 8, and 47 pass through Forest Grove with 47 and 8 signed as the Tualatin Valley Highway south and east of the main part of the city, respectively, Oregon Route 8 signed as Gales Creek Road west of the city, and Oregon Route 47 signed as the Nehalem Highway north of the city. Pacific University has been the most distinctive aspect of the town throughout its history. Old College Hall on campus is listed on the National Register of Historic Places along with nine other structures in the city.