Vancouver WA Real Estate
Vancouver, WA, is the fourth-largest city in Washington, and offers a wide variety of neighborhoods to suit any potential homeowner.
Vancouver offers a more suburban feel Portland, OR which lies directly south on the other side of the Columbia River.
There are more than 60 neighborhood associations in Vancouver, three school districts and more than 70 elementary, middle and high schools. Clark Community College and the Vancouver branch of Washington State University offers students higher learning options close to home.
Downtown Vancouver, WA
Downtown has been revitalized over the past two decades. There is an urban feel with several restaurants, bars, and galleries anchored by Esther Short Park.
From March to April, The Vancouver Farmers Market keeps the downtown area lively during the weekends. The Vancouver Farmers Market offers “a diversity of fresh and local agriculture products, quality prepared foods, and original fine artisan products.”
Situated on the north bank of The Columbia River, Vancouver has taken full advantage of that location. Several restaurants can be found along the river and several beaches are enjoyed during the warmer summer months.
The Waterfront Renaissance Trail is a paved, five-mile trail open to walking, jogging and biking all year round. Offering views of both the I-5 and I-205 bridges and, on clear days, Mt. Hood., the trail is often incorporated into community runs and walk-a-thons.
New construction on the riverfront includes a park that will feature a pier that extends over the river. Plans also include two restaurant buildings, two apartment buildings and an office building.
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