Hillsboro, OR

Welcome to Our Community

In the Tualatin Valley of the Portland metropolitan area sits Hillsboro, Oregon. The county seat of Washington County, it’s also the fifth-largest city in the state.

Hillsboro is known for being a hub of innovation. This is partly due to its proximity to Portland, which is only 30 minutes away and accessible by light rail. But it’s also because many high-tech companies, including Intel, have established themselves in the city. Though healthcare and agriculture, wineries, in particular, are also large industries in the area. This is is a family-friendly city with over half the adult population with children under the age of 18. It’s a community-driven area, great for young professionals looking to both establish roots and engage in their careers.

With plenty of lush greenery that the Pacific Northwest is known for, Hillsboro has over 50 public green spaces and parks, like the Jackson Bottom Wetlands Preserve, providing residents plenty of room to take in the area’s natural beauty. It’s also just a few hours from Mt. Hood to the east and the Oregon Coast to the west, providing ample opportunity to enjoy the fantastic landscapes Oregon has to offer.

The 10 locations listed on the National Register of Historic Places in Hillsboro are a part of the city’s charm and uniqueness. One of these locations is Imbrie Farm, whose barn McMenamins converted into a brewpub, the Cornelius Pass Roadhouse.

Hillsboro has many distinct neighborhoods, offering something for everyone. There’s Orenco Station, with its hustle and bustle full of eateries and shops and light rail access. For those who are looking for a quieter, more suburban feel, there are neighborhoods like Brookwood. There are many two- and three-bedroom, single detached homes in Hillsboro and plenty of apartments of various sizes.

If you’d like to learn more about Hillsboro, let us know! We’d love to show you around and help you find your dream home.

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