Beaverton OR Real Estate & Commercial for Sale
The median home value in Beaverton, OR is $510,000.
the county median home value of $401,600.
The national median home value is $219,700.
The average price of homes sold in Beaverton, OR is $510,000.
Approximately 45.55% of Beaverton homes are owned,
compared to 49.55% rented, while
4.9% are vacant.
Beaverton real estate listings include condos, townhomes, and single family homes for sale.
Commercial properties are also available.
If you see a property you’re interested in, contact a Beaverton real estate agent to arrange a tour today!
Excellent office or retail location on signalized hard corner. A+ demographics across the street from Target, Subway, new Chik-Fil-A location and proposed new In & Out Burger (1st location in Portland metro area). Lots of Windows. Timeless Architecture. 3 Restrooms. 3 Heat pump zones. 12KW Natural Gas Emergency Generator with large propane tank.
DO NOT DISTURB OWNER AND BUSINESS! APPOINTMENT ONLY.Well Established fully Equpped Popular Authentic Korean Restaurant in Busy Shopping Murray Crossing. Open for Dining and To Go and Deliveries, Great Daily Sales with High Margin, Owner and Operator will be very suitable for this restaurant
Great Business Location on Hwy 8, Across Street from Intel Aloha Campus, and 1/2 block from South Hillsboro New Development - Largest Subdivision in OR. In Same Plaza w/Safeway, & Other Businesses w/Plenty of On-site Parking. Open Kitchen Concept w/88+ Seats, Great Delivery Service, and w/Income From 5 Poker Machines That Almost Pays for Rent. Very Well Established Successful 15-year Long Chinese Food w/Solid Regular Customer Base. Please DO NOT Disturb Business.
Over $70K Interior remodeled on both floors provides inviting and comfortable atmosphere. Brand new menu with addition of meal options. Walk to Beaverton downtown, library and convenient to highway 10. Steady income and great customer reviews since 2017. Lease will continue in two 5 years term.
Neighborhood Commercial District allows small to medium sized shopping service facilities and limited office use. Intended to provide for the shopping and service needs of the immediate urban neighborhood. Neighborhood Commercial locations should be easily accessible by car and foot from neighborhoods. Centers should have minimal negative impact on surrounding residential properties. The 3/4 acre lot was Bucks Market in 1907 when Aloha was called Wheelers Crossing.
Conveniently accessible Beaverton location across from Target just off Farmington and Hwy 217.Lot = Flat with 66' of Road Frontage by 135' Deep. Option for plentiful street parking.Development structure height potential up to 100'.Property is in unincorporated Washington County and zoned CBD (Community Business District).**Information provided is deemed reliable but is not guaranteed. Buyer to do due diligence to confirm provided information.
Great, flexible, property within walking distance to MAX Station. Baseline frontage, lots of parking and room for equipment. Property is zoned SC-MU, develop or use for office, retail, service, or residential, also conditioned light industrial. No max MFR density. Lot is approximately 78x248, 15,246 sf lot. Live and work or tear down and develop. Great potential.
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