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WEST LINN

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West Linn is a quiet city in Clackamas County, Oregon. With less than 30,000 residents, the city manages to be a respite from the hustle and bustle of nearby Portland while still being close to the major metropolitan area. The city is nestled between the Willamette and Tualatin rivers, and many areas overlook the beautiful Mount Hood. 

 

West Linn is a quaint community with a charming, historic main street featuring tasty dining options and access to nearby recreation options. The town has also become quite the destination for wine aficionados recently, as the Pete's Mountain area now boasts five fantastic wineries, offering wines as amazing as their scenic views. With historic walking tours, jetboat excursions, a public fishing dock and strange claims to fame — the largest meteorite in North America was found here — West Linn does not disappoint. 

Market Insights

$850K

Median Listing Home Price

$317

Median Price Per Square Foot

$589K

Median Sold Home Price

Top Neighborhoods: Barrington Heights, Stafford Hill Ranch, Pete's Mountain, Rosemont, Willamette

Top Schools: West Linn High School (#4 in the state)

Exploring West Linn

A LOCAL'S GUIDE

Top Places to Explore in West Linn

Meet the Farm Animals on the Farmlandia Farm Loop

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The Farmlandia Farm Loop is a self guided farm tour route that leads you to 15 farm stops in the West Linn, Tualatin and Wilsonville areas. At Triskelee Farm, enjoy a guided educational farm tour that takes you to meet their friendly animals, including alpacas, ostriches, goats, pigs, peacocks, ponies and more. You’ll even get a chance to feed the ostriches. For the grownups, make it a Tipsy Tour with a beer or wine. A Century Farm since 1906, Fiala Farms has a wide variety of fresh produce already picked for you to take home. Barn Owl Nursery offers a nearly 100 varietals of Oregon grown lavender and culinary herb plants. During the lavender season of June and July, see the lavenders in bloom, purchase fresh and dried bouquets and learn how they harvest, dry and use their crop. 

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Spend a Day Wine Tasting

Explore stunning boutique wineries on the eastern side of the Willamette Valley, all growing estate grapes. Pete’s Mountain offers a near perfect micro-climate combining cool nights and warm days and truly unique soil conditions. Willamette Wine Loop wineries include Campbell Lane WineryPete's Mountain Vineyard & WineryTumwater Vineyard and twill Cellars.

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Explore the Wildlife and Riverside Parks

Willamette Park and Bernert Landing Boat Ramp are a combined 22.5 acres where the Tualatin River meets the Willamette River. At the park, eNRG Kayaking provides seasonal paddle rentals for a fun day on the water. For the flower aficionado, Camassia Nature Preserve, named for the common camas which profusely blooms here in April and early May, hosts more than 300 plant species with spring and summer guided hikes. A stone's throw from Lake Oswego, Mary S. Young Park offers a 128 acre peaceful park to walk or sit by the Willamette River. The park offers five to eight miles worth of trails and an unfenced, off leash area for dogs to run inside a gorgeous forested area. 

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