Burton Neighborhood

Dated: 06/01/2015

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The Burton Neighborhood is located approximately six miles East of Downtown Vancouver’s City Center. The neighborhood spans over 169 acres and is one of the only neighborhoods in Vancouver that does not use a grid-like block system. Part of the neighborhood was built on a ridge, creating a two-tiered neighborhood with views of Mount Saint Helens with a grove of conifer trees separating the levels.

The neighborhood was built specifically for residential use, with the majority of homes being built in the early 1970s and 1980s. The building of homes did however go into the 1990s as well. Homes are typically priced very well and have obviously been well taken care of. The Burton Ridge Neighborhood is known for neighborhood gatherings and block parties, creating an overall sense of friendliness among residents. This is the place for those looking to benefit from a quiet neighborhood but still be close to local amenities such as businesses, restaurants, and schools.

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AJ Brungardt - WA Buyer Specialist

Born and raised in "sunny" Washington state, AJ's favorite thing about living in Vancouver is that it is an hour and a half from EVERYTHING (beach, mountains, outlet malls, etc). He also loves that Va....

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