Beaverton Condos

Condos in Beaverton Oregon For Sale

Condos and townhouses in Beaverton are affordable and convenient.  Beaverton is one of Portland's closest suburbs, and it is serviced by the MAX train.  Beaverton, Oregon is home to many industries including the worldwide Nike campus.

Beaverton is home to a lot of condos and townhouses.  Currently, there are 46 condos for sale in Beaverton listed from $155,000 up to $399,900 with an average of $226 per square foot. In the last 30 days 22 condos have sold in Beaverton ranging from $145,000 up to $330,000 with an average of $234 a square foot. The sold condos were on average 1027 square feet in size and were on the market for 42 days.

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58 Listings found with the following criteria:

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  • Property type and category like any: CONDO, ATTACHD
  • City: Beaverton

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Address:
1010 SW 170TH AVE 100 Beaverton, OR 97003
Price:
$184,000
Sqft:
722
MLS#:
20184812
Built:
2005
Beds:
1
Baths:
1.0
County:
Washington
Taxe/yr:
$2,368.94
Schools:
Elmonica / Aloha
Courtesy:
Realty One Group Prestige
Status:
Active

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Walk in ground floor condo, low HOA's, at the Elmonica light rail station, windows that boast natural light, washer/dryer in unit, deeded parking spot, play structure.
Address:
15205 SW WARBLER WAY 103 Beaverton, OR 97007
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Price:
$299,900
Sqft:
1097
MLS#:
20379077
Built:
2005
Beds:
2
Baths:
2.1
County:
Washington
Nhood/Bldg:
SUMMIT AT PROGRESS RIDGE
Taxe/yr:
$3,444.48
Schools:
Nancy Ryles / Mountainside
Courtesy:
Premiere Property Group, LLC
Status:
Active

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Beautiful Beaverton Townhouse Style Condo With Quiet Location In The Heart Of Progress Ridge! This Charming Home Has Open Concept Floor Plan, High Ceilings, Arched Entryways, Hardwood Floors And Remote Controlled Gas Fireplace. With Low Maintenance Yard Including Back Patio Perfect For BBQ And Relaxing 2-Car Tandem Garage, Tons Of Storage, Workshop Area And Low HOA's Make This The Perfect Home!
Address:
17876 SW PARS PL Beaverton, OR 97078
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Price:
$315,000
Sqft:
1293
MLS#:
20261779
Built:
2001
Beds:
3
Baths:
2.1
County:
Washington
Nhood/Bldg:
KINNAMAN CROSSING
Taxe/yr:
$3,042.58
Schools:
Errol Hassell / Aloha
Lot Size:
0K to 2,999 SqFt
Acres:
0.04
Courtesy:
Keller Williams Realty Professionals
Status:
Active

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Fantastic townhouse w/ low HOA's and so much to offer! Enjoy the rest of your summer on the sun-filled deck w/ raised garden beds & small green patch for your fur-baby. Great floor plan w/ open living-dining room, gas fireplace, granite kitchen & high vaulted ceilings. 3 spacious bedrooms w/ a master suite and separate laundry room all on the same level. See list of features!
Address:
1158 SW 162ND AVE Beaverton, OR 97006
Price:
$309,900
Sqft:
1250
MLS#:
20484156
Built:
2005
Beds:
2
Baths:
2.1
County:
Washington
Taxe/yr:
$3,644.98
Schools:
Elmonica / Aloha
Lot Size:
0K to 2,999 SqFt
Acres:
0.02
Courtesy:
RE/MAX Equity Group
Status:
Active

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This elegant 2015 remodeled end unit has it all including two upper suites. The main level boasts wood floors and remodeled kitchen with quartz counters and stainless steel appliances. The finished bonus room on the lower level is perfect for that coveted home office. Convenient to Nike, Costco, & the MAX train. New siding and new exterior paint! Warm and inviting west facing porch for sunny afternoons.
Address:
13875 SW MERIDIAN ST 147 Beaverton, OR 97005
Price:
$165,000
Sqft:
340
MLS#:
20547872
Built:
2015
Beds:
0
Baths:
1.0
County:
Washington
Taxe/yr:
$1,878.26
Schools:
Barnes / Beaverton
Courtesy:
Premiere Property Group, LLC
Status:
Active

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Fabulous contemporary design and modern finishes in this ground-level condo in a great location across from Nike and Tektronix. The condo comes with high-end murphy bed, tons of storage, engineered wood floors, granite island, and SS appliances. Low HOA covers the water, sewer, trash and access to the club house with pool, gym and meeting room. Walking distance to max, bus line, shopping and restaurants, a few minutes to the freeway. All the appliances including washer & dryer are included.
Address:
13775 SW SCHOLLS FERRY RD 108 Beaverton, OR 97008
Price:
$155,000
Sqft:
960
MLS#:
20143737
Built:
1985
Beds:
2
Baths:
1.0
County:
Washington
Taxe/yr:
$2,037.24
Schools:
Hiteon / Southridge
Courtesy:
Century 21 Wright & Assoc.
Status:
Active

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Village at Forest Glen is an Independent 55+ active community. This pacious 1 level open floor plan is in the central building the hub of all the activity. Large master suite with walk-in closet. One of the few units with its own laundry room. 14 meals a month in the dining room are part of the HOA. 15 acres of beautifully landscaped grounds. Activities include bingo, bridge, etc.
Address:
20803 SW Skiver ST Beaverton, OR 97007
Price:
$349,900
Sqft:
1474
MLS#:
20411040
Built:
2004
Beds:
3
Baths:
2.1
County:
Washington
Nhood/Bldg:
ARBOR OAKS
Taxe/yr:
$3,509.69
Schools:
Hazeldale / Aloha
Lot Size:
3,000 to 4,999 SqFt
Courtesy:
Professional Realty Services International, Inc
Status:
Active

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Move in ready and easy to show! Desirable end unit with larger lot and lots of upgrades. Custom Cherry Cabinetry. The gas fireplace is flanked by built-in bookshelves. Lots of windows and custom window treatments. Gas stove and water heater. Extra insulation in the garage. W/D and refrigerator are negotiable.
Address:
7880 SW MATHENY DR Beaverton, OR 97008
Price:
$330,000
Sqft:
1381
MLS#:
20108088
Built:
1998
Beds:
2
Baths:
2.1
County:
Washington
Taxe/yr:
$4,265.34
Schools:
Greenway / Southridge
Lot Size:
0K to 2,999 SqFt
Acres:
0.04
Courtesy:
Phoenix Group Real Estate
Status:
Active

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Dramatic 19 ft vaulted entry bathes home in natural light! Conveniently located off Hall Blvd. Back deck overlooks serene greenbelt, deck access is off dining rm slider. Vaulted master has dual closets, double sinks in master bath, 2nd BR is also vaulted. Efficient galley kitchen has eating bar, pantry, tile counters & gas range. Loft has internet set up and is set up for home office. Attached garage, guest parking. Well maintained community, with low HOA dues, plenty of peace & quiet.
Address:
7933 SW CONNEMARA TER Beaverton, OR 97008
Price:
$279,900
Sqft:
1226
MLS#:
19001977
Built:
1988
Beds:
2
Baths:
1.1
County:
Washington
Taxe/yr:
$4,266.54
Schools:
Fir Grove / Southridge
Lot Size:
0K to 2,999 SqFt
Acres:
0.04
Courtesy:
Wooster Realty
Status:
Active

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New price. Charming Townhouse in desirable area. Nice size back yard & front deck. Great open floor plan with vaulted ceiling & skylights. New interior paint, new electric outlets and switches, new SS appliances and all NEW modern light fixtures. Very low hoa. Close to walking trails and renowned Beaverton Schools.
Address:
16078 SW MASON LN Beaverton, OR 97006
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Price:
$304,900
Sqft:
1082
MLS#:
20527397
Built:
2003
Beds:
2
Baths:
2.1
County:
Washington
Nhood/Bldg:
MERLO STATION TOWNHOMES
Taxe/yr:
$3,277.65
Schools:
Beaver Acres / Aloha
Lot Size:
0K to 2,999 SqFt
Acres:
0.02
Courtesy:
Earnest Real Estate
Status:
Active

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LOCATION! Near Merlo Transit station, New Seasons, Cedar Hills Crossing w/shops and restaurants, Nike, Intel / high tech! Two bedroom suites. Updated with new laminate flooring on main, new/newer stainless kitchen appliances, new paint, washer/dryer and free standing refrigerator included. High ceilings and great light. Front porch and beautiful courtyard. Attached garage. Move-in ready!
Address:
10011 SW TRAPPER TER Beaverton, OR 97008
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Price:
$239,000
Sqft:
1102
MLS#:
20483805
Built:
1979
Beds:
2
Baths:
2.0
County:
Washington
Nhood/Bldg:
On the Green Condominiums
Taxe/yr:
$2,422.16
Schools:
Greenway / Southridge
Courtesy:
Equity Oregon Real Estate
Status:
Active

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This immaculate condo stands above the rest w/ lovely updates throughout! Tucked away in a quiet community w/2 pools & tennis court. Freshly remodeled kitchen & bathrooms, SS appliances, butcher block style counters, tile backsplash, laminate wood flooring, wood burning fireplace, Cadet heating & recessed lighting. Generous closet space & tons of storage. Fantastic location near parks, schools & miles of trails. Easy stroll to Whole Foods, Conestoga Rec Center, shopping and restaurants.
Address:
1165 SW 160TH AVE Beaverton, OR 97006
Videos:
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Price:
$339,000
Sqft:
1491
MLS#:
20502204
Built:
2003
Beds:
3
Baths:
2.1
County:
Washington
Taxe/yr:
$3,655.25
Schools:
Beaver Acres / Aloha
Lot Size:
0K to 2,999 SqFt
Acres:
0.02
Courtesy:
Premiere Property Group, LLC
Status:
Active

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RARE 3 bedroom end-unit townhome with lower level finished bonus room. The open-concept main living area has laminate floors and lots of windows. Enjoy the updated kitchen with quartz island and SS black gas appliances. Upstairs, you'll find 3 bedrooms and laundry. The master bedroom has vaulted ceilings, attached bathroom and walk-in closet. So close to Nike, Intel, MAX station, Hwy 26 and just steps to Costco. Washer, dryer & fridge are included so move right in. Open 10/4 from 3-5.

58 Listings found with the following criteria:

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  • Property type and category like any: CONDO, ATTACHD
  • City: Beaverton

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TALL TALES ABOUT SMALL LIVING by Wade Nkrumah

Bright Lights. Big City. Small Spaces
Living small is the new kickball.
It’s the new game in this self-professed weird town.
Small-is-in works because the playing field is shrinking everywhere: Appliances. Cars (thank-you, gas prices). Computers. Furniture and furnishings. Hair (who has BIG hair, anymore?). Housing. Music accessories. Phones. Televisions.
Many can relate:
He’s not tall.
She drives small.
They don’t have it all.
In a six-year period, he moved from a 1,400-square-foot house with a 1,100-square-foot basement and detached garage to a 1,200-square-foot townhouse with garage to an 800-square-foot condominium with assigned parking space in a carport.
He doesn’t cook, so he appreciates a unique condominium feature: the single-wall kitchen, which leaves remaining space for more creative use.
A friend in ever-sprawling Houston jokes that such downsizing adventures mocks typical big house dreams.
“That’s so un-American.’’
Not so much anymore. Well, maybe still in Texas, where everything is ... um, you know. Big.
To be sure, the single-family home is almost universally viewed as the All-American dream home. But the Craftsman – they’re not building them anymore – is giving way to the condominium.
Other less-is-more signs are all around us.
Portland’s neighborhoods are small. City blocks are small. Sushi is small.
Mill End Park, which occupies the base of a Southwest Naito Parkway traffic island, is so small it redefines tiny.
Even Portland ‘burbs – not one has 100,000 people – are small by national standards.
But whatever its form, living small isn’t trendy and often can be less spendy.
Small living no longer is novel nor a last resort of affordability. Rather, the living small movement is a growing phenomenon.
It’s a lifestyle that, increasingly, is much preferred.
No place is this more evident than the city’s housing stock.
The condominium explosion last decade made the small house movement a natural starting point.
Condominiums and their loft and townhouse cousins transformed downtown and its immediate surroundings. The tide of homeowners who moved into condominium buildings and towers give Portland a long-absent big-city feel.
Downtown Portland pulsates with energy that, in large part, is fueled by an influx of condominium owners who are attracting and supporting big-city amenities.
Downtown is the hub, with spokes extending the living small concept east across Willamette River, south into South Waterfront, north into St. Johns and to Columbia River, and beyond city limits into the ‘burbs.
Yet, not all that is small is a poster child for the living-with-less movement.
In 2003, there was widespread uproar over rapid-rising skinny houses sprouting like dandelions in east side Portland neighborhoods.
Today, those houses, tarnished reputation and all, continue to be desirable. However, as with condominiums, designs and features are more creative.

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