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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21 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:
10640 SW DAVIES RD 21 Beaverton, OR 97008
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Price:
$259,900
Sqft:
1055
MLS#:
21516974
Built:
1998
Beds:
3
Baths:
2.0
County:
Washington
Taxe/yr:
$2,146.59
Schools:
Hiteon / Southridge
Courtesy:
RE/MAX Equity Group
Status:
Active

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Popular complex located conveniently close to Progress Ridge, Washington Square, Murrayhill & bus. Backs to Hiteon Meadows Park for nature trails. Large 3+2 unit with covered deck viewing greenspace. New interior paint throughout, newer laminate flooring, updated master bath w/tile floor. Enjoy clubhouse, gym, play structure, pool/hot tub. Relax on peaceful patio watching deer running through greenbelt! HOA has no rental cap. Lots of room at a great price! Parking included. Non-smoking complex.
Address:
16215 SW AUDUBON ST 102 Beaverton, OR 97003
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Price:
$299,900
Sqft:
1029
MLS#:
21005485
Built:
2001
Beds:
2
Baths:
2.0
County:
Washington
Nhood/Bldg:
AVALON
Taxe/yr:
$3,360.05
Schools:
Barnes / Beaverton
Courtesy:
RE/MAX Equity Group
Status:
Active

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Main level living! Cozy up to the gas fireplace in this Corner unit with 2 bedrooms/2 bathrooms. Plenty of windows to let in the natural light. Several new items...Carpet, Dishwasher and built in Micro. Laminate flooring in kitchen, Tile flooring in the spacious bathrooms. Huge walk in closet in the master suite. Low cost HOA. Roof has been done recently. 3D Tour available. Great location near Park, Nike and Max.
Address:
4758 SW TUCKER AVE Beaverton, OR 97005
Price:
$199,999
Sqft:
800
MLS#:
21222588
Built:
1979
Beds:
2
Baths:
1.1
County:
Washington
Nhood/Bldg:
DOWNTOWN BEAVERTON
Taxe/yr:
$1,833.12
Schools:
Vose / Beaverton
Courtesy:
Knipe Realty ERA Powered
Status:
Active

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Cute cozy townhouse close to everything - Beaverton Library, Farmer's Market, MAX and WES. 2 bedroom 1.1 Baths, All appliances stay. Newer 50-year roof, siding, exterior paint. Wonderful community; perfect for first time buyers or investors. Don't miss this one!
Address:
15714 SW SNOWY OWL LN Beaverton, OR 97007
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Price:
$499,900
Sqft:
2696
MLS#:
21132565
Built:
2004
Beds:
3
Baths:
2.1
County:
Washington
Nhood/Bldg:
MURRAY HILL AREA
Taxe/yr:
$6,018.60
Schools:
Scholls Hts / Mountainside
Lot Size:
3,000 to 4,999 SqFt
Acres:
0.1
Courtesy:
Keller Williams Sunset Corridor
Status:
Active

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Wow! Fabulous luxury townhome in Murrayhill area! Beautiful condition w/open floor plan, high ceilings & spacious rooms. Gourmet kitchen with 6 burner gas cooktop, granite counters & hardwood floors. Pottery Barn lights! Serene master suite w/walk-in closet. Enjoy outdoor living on the covered deck with views of the water feature and gorgeous landscaped backyard. Sought after Mountainside and Scholls Heights schools. Convenient to New Seasons, Starbucks & Progress Ridge. Come see the difference!
Address:
16080 SW AUDUBON ST 104 Beaverton, OR 97003
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Price:
$389,000
Sqft:
1427
MLS#:
21630519
Built:
2001
Beds:
3
Baths:
2.1
County:
Washington
Taxe/yr:
$4,302.99
Schools:
Barnes / Beaverton
Courtesy:
RE/MAX Equity Group
Status:
Active

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View the greenspace from this updated end unit townhome. Enjoy the two balconies and private patio. Kitchen upgraded with extra long granite counter, slide out shelves and additional wall cabinets. Bamboo flooring in the living and kitchen areas. New water heater and cook stove in 2020. Gas fireplace includes circulating fan for extra warmth on chilling nights. Bonus garage is oversized to fit all your toys and a few cars. New roof 2020. Next to Nature Park, Max, Bus line and Nike campus.
Address:
10715 NE GATEWAY PL Beaverton, OR 97006
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Price:
$335,000
Sqft:
1280
MLS#:
21560062
Built:
2011
Beds:
2
Baths:
2.1
County:
Washington
Nhood/Bldg:
Autumn Creek
Taxe/yr:
$2,883.88
Schools:
McKinley / Westview
Courtesy:
Earnest Real Estate
Status:
Active

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Near Willow Creek / 185th Transit Center! Bright open south facing view to green space and walking path. New A/C, newer carpet, blackout blinds, surround sound compatible, gas fireplace and gas range, freestanding refrigerator, washer/dryer, double deep and wide garage w/storage area, extra parking lot spaces right in front. Rental cap is not met.
Address:
5380 SW MAYFAIR CT Beaverton, OR 97005
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Price:
$294,900
Sqft:
931
MLS#:
21042869
Built:
1967
Beds:
2
Baths:
1.0
County:
Washington
Nhood/Bldg:
Westbrook
Taxe/yr:
$2,938.16
Schools:
Chehalem / Beaverton
Lot Size:
3,000 to 4,999 SqFt
Acres:
0.07
Courtesy:
RE/MAX Equity Group
Status:
Active

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OPEN 4/17, 1-3PM. CLEAN ONE LEVEL WITH LOVELY GROUNDS, COMMUNITY GARDEN & REC AREA W/ 2 POOLS. THIS HOME FEATURES BRAND NEW FLOORING THROUGHOUT-CARPET(4/13 not viewed in photos) AND LTV. WOOD FLOORS, NEW TILE SHOWER/BATH, WOOD BURNING FIRE PLACE, SEPARATE LAUNDRY, LARGE OPEN DINING ROOM, NICE FENCED YARD AREA W/DECK/PATIO FOR RELAXING OR GARDENING-JUST IN TIME FOR SPRING. RECENT SERVICE OF AC/FURNACE. NEW VAPOR BARRIER IN CRAWLSPACE.READY FOR NEW OWNER!
Address:
17182 SW APPLEDALE RD 301 Beaverton, OR 97007
Price:
$329,950
Sqft:
1273
MLS#:
21051201
Built:
2018
Beds:
3
Baths:
2.0
County:
Washington
Taxe/yr:
$3,216.53
Schools:
Scholls Hts / Mountainside
Courtesy:
NextHome Willamette
Status:
Active

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Like new condo in River Terrace! Rare end unit 3 bedroom, 2 bathroom layout that is open and bright! Upgraded flooring. Attached balcony. 1 car garage with exterior access and driveway for parking. Full laundry room. Community ammenities include gym, pool, bike storage, picnic area, and an strong HOA! Welcome Home!
Address:
3627 SW INNOVATION CT Beaverton, OR 97003
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Price:
$359,000
Sqft:
1515
MLS#:
21274945
Built:
2006
Beds:
2
Baths:
2.1
County:
Washington
Taxe/yr:
$3,954.76
Schools:
Barnes / Beaverton
Lot Size:
0K to 2,999 SqFt
Acres:
0.02
Courtesy:
Wag City Real Estate
Status:
Active

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Like-new condition; used occasionally as a second home past 9 years. Lovely, convenient location and not buried in a sea of townhomes. Backs to 222-acre Tualatin Hills Nature Park, full of trails, forest, wetlands. That's all you will see from back and side windows; like your own private sanctuary. Hardwoods on main. All appliances and new W/D included. New siding, paint, decks and railings! HOA covers all exterior maint/replacement. All furnishings available.
Address:
5482 SW ALGER AVE F-19 Beaverton, OR 97005
Price:
$159,000
Sqft:
630
MLS#:
21132761
Built:
1977
Beds:
1
Baths:
1.0
County:
Washington
Taxe/yr:
$1,223.23
Schools:
Vose / Beaverton
Courtesy:
John L. Scott Market Center
Status:
Active

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Enjoy low maintenance living with this easy access condo! This condo is on the ground level and features a deeded nearby parking spot. Beautiful new quartz counter tops and includes all appliances. Low HOA fees and not in 55+ community. Great investment opportunity with no rental cap.
Address:
17923 SW NIKS DR Beaverton, OR 97003
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Price:
$359,000
Sqft:
1386
MLS#:
21645467
Built:
2005
Beds:
3
Baths:
2.1
County:
Washington
Taxe/yr:
$2,795.30
Schools:
Beaver Acres / Aloha
Lot Size:
0K to 2,999 SqFt
Acres:
0.04
Courtesy:
John L. Scott
Status:
Active

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Move-in ready townhouse in convenient location, close to major employers! Open-concept floor plan with high-quality laminate flooring throughout the main level. Open kitchen features shaker-style cabinets, spacious pantry, stainless steel appliances, including fridge. Updated fixtures, white millwork and doors, high ceilings, vinyl windows throughout. Oversized primary suite offers walk-in closet, ceiling fan, private bathroom. All appliances included. Fully fenced, private backyard with patio!
Address:
6286 SW VINWOOD TER Beaverton, OR 97078
Price:
$349,995
Sqft:
1456
MLS#:
21182456
Built:
2003
Beds:
3
Baths:
2.1
County:
Washington
Nhood/Bldg:
ARBOR OAKS
Taxe/yr:
$3,230.74
Schools:
Kinnaman / Aloha
Lot Size:
0K to 2,999 SqFt
Acres:
0.04
Courtesy:
Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices NW Real Estate
Status:
Active

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Awesome turn-key townhome with amazing master bath remodel with Quartz counters, dual show heads, makeup vanity, and his and her sinks. Newer main level flooring, all new appliances in 2018, and updated half bath in 2021. A tree lined walking path behind the home provides space between neighbors and a close walk to the neighborhood park. You will not be disappointed!

21 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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