West Linn Real Estate
The city has 600 acres set aside for recreational use, which includes multiuse parks and special use areas containing: sports facilities, picnic areas, playgrounds, a skate park, over 25 miles of walking trails as well as wildlife viewing areas.
The parks department provides a number of community events throughout the year which include: movies in the park, street dance, old time fair, music in the park, hunted trail, holiday bazaar, holiday parade and tree lighting.
Average price per square foot for West Linn OR was $169, an increase of 7.6% compared to the same period last year. The median sales price for homes in West Linn OR for May 14 to Aug 14 was $407,000 based on 150 home sales.
Compared to the same period one year ago, the median home sales price increased 5.7%, or $22,100, and the number of home sales decreased 18%. The average listing price for homes for sale in West Linn OR was $628,511 for the week ending Aug 06, which represents a decrease of 2.5%, or $16,210, compared to the prior week.
Popular neighborhoods in West Linn include Willamette and Bolton, with average listing prices of $437,319 and $429,689. (Trulia.com)
West Linn contains 10 primary and secondary schools. One of the highest rated schools is West Linn High School, which has a rating of 10. West Linn High School has 1,542 students.
Public schools in West Linn belong to West Linn-Wilsonville School District 3j.Lake Oswego School District 7j is nearby and rates better than West Linn-Wilsonville School District 3j. Nearby Gladstone School District 115 scores lower, with a rating of 6.
West Linn's population is 28,896. West Linn-Wilsonville School District 3j enrolls 29% of the population of West Linn. (zillow.com)
West Linn Homes & Real Estate Data
Median Home Size (Sq. Ft.): 2,199
Avg. Year Built: 1984
Single-Family Homes: 82.9%
Property Tax: $4,579
Source: Demographic information comes from data in the 2000 U.S. Census. (zillow)