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LINCOLN - Town vs. County Stats

LINCOLN - Town vs. County Stats

Avg Price in LINCOLN: $486,000 / County Avg $552,700

44%

Avg Taxes in LINCOLN: $3,300 / County Avg $3,700

44%

Avg Sq. Ft. in LINCOLN: 2,134 / County Avg 2,605

41%

Avg Price per/ft2 in LINCOLN: $228 / County Avg $212

107%

Avg Walkscore in LINCOLN: 24 / County Avg 19

63%

Avg Year Built in LINCOLN: 1957 / County Avg 1995

49%

Avg Days on Website in LINCOLN: 60 / County Avg 61

49%

LINCOLN Real Estate Market Health

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Taking a stroll through the Lincoln neighborhood in Vancouver, Washington, one cannot help but notice the diversity. This older neighborhood, primarily residential, provides a smorgasbord of architectural styles and personal demographics. In Lincoln and Upper Lincoln, you’ll find longtime residents coexisting with neighborhood newcomers. The Lincoln neighborhood is one of the true melting pots of the Pacific Northwest.

While most of the homes here are single family dwellings, there are some apartments and a few small businesses peppered in for a little flavor. Quiet, tree lined streets, present homes with established landscaping, in a variety of styles and price ranges. Whether you want a newer home, or an older home - there’s something in the Lincoln area to suit the tastes, budgets, and needs of all homebuyers.

There are also grocery stores to help meet your daily needs, nearby medical and dental clinics, plus other business offices. The proximity to I-5, SR-500, Highway 14, and Portland OR is the best in Vancouver. In the Lincoln neighborhood, you are about one mile from Uptown Village shopping and entertainment, close to nearby movie theaters and Westfield Shopping Mall, and a stones throw from Vancouver Farmers Market or Esther Short Park. You truly are in the center of it all when you reside in the Lincoln and Upper Lincoln area!

When exploring the Lincoln neighborhood near downtown Vancouver, WA - don’t forget to look for Hidden Park… It’s a real gem!