Vancouver - E Hazel Dell - Minnehaha Real Estate

As one of the city’s oldest neighborhood’s, Fourth Plain Village or Rosemere is characterized by smaller vintage homes which were built in the 1930s and 1940s. However, moderately-sized apartments rest along the Northern and Eastern segments of the neighborhood. Many duplexes and triplexes can also be found here, which create a higher population density than one would think.

The commercial area along Grand Boulevard and Rossiter Lane gives residents a wide-range of business opportunities. Roosevelt Elementary is within the district, as well as local restaurants which are scattered within the neighborhood for dining options, such as Thai Little Home and Byno’s. An adequately-sized park called Evergreen Park is bordered by Fourth Plain Boulevard, which is branded by large trees and green space. Also, Burnt Bridge Creek Trail provides walking and biking opportunities for residents.

Bordered by East Fourth Plain Boulevard and 39th Street, is Vancouver’s Rose Village. A neighborhood where the average home price is roughly $109, 000. Rose Village provides a comfortable setting for first-time home buyers as well as an affordable renter’s market.

Rose Village is conveniently located near St. John’s and Fourth Plain, which offers easy access to I-5 and Highway 500. Washington Elementary, Discovery Middle School, Fort Vancouver High School, Hudson’s Bay High School, and Clark College are all located nearby for educational purposes.

Outdoor recreational opportunities include Leverich Park near Discovery Middle School, Cemetery Park, the Burnt Bridge Creek Greenway, and a skate park at the end of the Clark College trail. With easy access to restaurants and local amenities, Rose Village is the perfect neighborhood for those looking for affordable housing and close proximity to work and activities.

The West Minnehaha Neighborhood is comprised of urban, commercial, and semi-rural attributes. About 80% of housing units are owner-occupied. The majority of housing stock was built between 1950 and 1984. Multi-family housing is primarily located near the St. Johns/St. James Corridor.

A variety of churches and schools, and close access to major highways/freeways attract residents to the area. With Bonneville Power Administration to the upper northwest of the neighborhood and several small businesses and restaurants, you are in close proximity to work, food, and shopping. The 22 mile Minnehaha Creek, Discovery Trail, Burnt Bridge Creek Trail, Arnold Park, Leverich Park, and the Ellen Davis Trail provide plenty of outdoor leisure for residents.
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Vancouver - E Hazel Dell - Minnehaha - Town vs. County Stats

Avg Price in Vancouver - E Hazel Dell - Minnehaha: $438,500 / County Avg $796,100


Avg Taxes in Vancouver - E Hazel Dell - Minnehaha: $3,400 / County Avg $4,900


Avg Sq. Ft. in Vancouver - E Hazel Dell - Minnehaha: 1,857 / County Avg 2,501


Avg Price per/sqft in Vancouver - E Hazel Dell - Minnehaha:$236 / County Avg $318


Avg Walkscore in Vancouver - E Hazel Dell - Minnehaha: 37 / County Avg 23


Avg Year Built in Vancouver - E Hazel Dell - Minnehaha: 1985 / County Avg 2000


Avg Days on Website in Vancouver - E Hazel Dell - Minnehaha: 23 / County Avg 48


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