14945 NW Ridgetop Ct. Beaverton

  • $ 890,000
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  • Beds: 3
  • Baths: 2.1
  • Sq Ft: 2376
  • Lot Sq Ft: 8,712
  • Acres: .20

Tucked away in the heart of the highly sought-after Oak Hills Historic District this impeccably maintained single-level home has been painstakingly cared for and updated throughout. Tastefully selected finishes abound from the red oak hardwoods, plantation shutters, wainscotting, granite, tile, custom quarter-sawn oak cabinetry, and detailed craftsmen’s woodwork throughout. Quality fixtures, carpet, vinyl & freshly painted…no surface has gone untouched in this lovingly cared for home. Generous-sized walk-in closets, full-span headroom clearance attic, garage with freshly painted surfaces, lighting & epoxy flooring, and exterior tuff shed will satisfy your storage needs in unparalleled style. The meticulously landscaped grounds feature a privacy hedge, fencing, multi-level deck & covered patio affording you with optimal privacy you so richly deserve. A cornucopia of flowers, roses, and thoughtfully selected plantings creates a serene backyard oasis. Iconic Oak Hills offers 31 acres of beautifully manicured greenbelts with pathways, swimming pools, a recreation & community center, tennis, R.V. storage, and organized events for those seeking an active lifestyle. Just minutes to Parks, shopping, public transit, fine dining & easy access to Nike, Columbia Sportswear, Intel, Hi-tech, or Downtown this is truly a rare opportunity for the most discerning buyers when location & quality matter most. Seller is an Oregon Licensed Broker.

Price: $ 890,000
Address:14945 NW Ridgetop Ct.
Zip Code:97006
Subdivision:Oak Hills
Year Built:1967
Square Feet:2376
Lot Square Feet:8,712
Garage:2 - Car Attached
Property Type:Detached Single-Family
Financial:Cash, Conventional, VA
Exterior:Brick, T-111
Flooring:Red Oak Hardwoods, Vinyl, W/W Carpet, Garage-Epoxy
Heat/Cool:Hi-Efficiency Forced Air Gas Heat & Central Air Conditioning
Lot size:8,712 Square feet
Scenery:Greenbelts, Trees
Community:Oak Hills Historic DistrictWhy Oak Hills: Because the residences in Oak Hills are less than the 50 year standard, our nomination had to demonstrate “exceptional importance” in the eyes of the National Park Service. This exceptional importance was reflected in both the neighborhood’s design and because it served as the model of an early Planned Unit Development (PUD) that set a precedent for flexible land use codes and regulation in Washington County. With the support of the Historic Preservation League of Oregon, which concluded that our mid-century modern neighborhood had most of the qualifying characteristics for nomination, the next step was to submit our application. A nomination document is required to be prepared and ours was written by URS of Portland and funded by Washington County. This document included photographing and describing all buildings and related features in the district, recording their basic characteristics, and assessing whether or not they contribute to the historic character of the district. The nomination document was reviewed by State Advisory Committee on Historic Preservation (SACHP), a nine member governor-appointed body of citizens with expertise in fields relating to historic preservation. That group met on February 14, 2013 at the Oak Hills Community Church and by a 7-2 vote recommended the nomination of our neighborhood as a historic district. The State Historic Preservation Office then solicited public comment during a 90 day period. If a majority of owners for a district nomination object during this period, the district could not be listed. In the case of Oak Hills, there were only a few objections and the nomination was sent forward by the state to the National Park Service in Washington, D.C. The nomination was approved on July 10, 2013. Value and Purpose of Listing: Listing in the National Register of Historic Places provides formal recognition of a district’s historical, architectural, or archeological significance based on national standards used by every state. One of the primary benefits of National Register designation is the fostering of community awareness and pride in one’s heritage and the neighborhood. There are potential state property tax benefits to restore a listed property. It has been noted that historic districts have seen increased value in properties within the district. What the Listing Does Not do: National Register listing places no obligations on private property owners. There are no restrictions on the use, treatment, transfer, or disposition of private property. National Register listing does not lead to public acquisition or require public access. Oak Hills homeowners will continue to be governed by our own Articles of Incorporation, By-Laws, Amended and Restated Restrictions and Policies. National Register listing does not automatically invoke local historic district zoning or local landmark designation. Washington County representatives have stated that there is no intent at the present time to add Oak Hills to the Washington County historic overlay. Moreover, there are no additional taxes, fees or permits as a result of our listing. It should also be noted that the National Register listing will not in itself, for example, prevent future widening of roads surrounding Oak Hills nor will it impact the Westside Trail. However, because of our historic designation, generally there is a requirement for local governments to enter into mitigation over projects that may negatively impact a historic district. Resources • National Park Service/National Register of Historic Places: www.nps/nr/ • Historic Preservation League of Oregon: www.historicpreservationleague.org/ (note: this organization recently changed its name to Restore Oregon: www.restoreoregon.org/ • Oregon State Historic Preservation Office (SHPO): www.oregon.gov/OPRD/HCD/SHPO • Washington County: Department of Land Use and Transportation; [email protected]
Recreation:Oak Hills is more than a beautiful neighborhood, Oak Hills is an active community with extensive amenities that make it a wonderful place to live. Among the winding streets, paved walkways, majestic oak trees, and modern facilities, the Oak Hills Homeowners Association provides a variety of recreational and community programs. The gym include a full-size basketball court with floor marking and a volleyball net The recreational room includes meeting space, equipment storage and the office Two outdoor pools, expansive pool deck, lifeguard office, and pool house The Boyd Community Room offers a full kitchen, many tables, restrooms, WiFi, and a large television Modern security system for HOA buildings with key fob access Outdoor playground with a variety of play structures and swings Four outdoor tennis courts; one with pickleball markings Soccer, baseball, and athletic outdoor spaces Expansive green spaces, walking trails, and acommunity garden Recreational Vehicle Parking Lot Seasonal yard debris drop box
Inclusions:FS-Refrigerator & F/S Gas Range
Parking:Garage, Driveway & Street
Laundry:Interior with half bath, sink & built-in cabinets.
Utilities:Gas, Electric
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