Richland Park is located in Beavercreek, Oregon. There are 7 lots being developed for executive home construction. Each lot is sized at 1 acre or more. In total there are 12 lots, 5 of which are being retained by the another property owner. This project is unique as lots of this size are not often zoned or approved in Oregon. Oregon land use simply does not allow this large of a lot. Being as close in as Beavercreek is, Richland Park executive estates is sure to be a smashing success with distinguished buyers that want a little room for detached shops, big yards for animals and kids and just to be away from their neighbors. Stafford plans on building all 7 homes as 'spec' and serve the market between $800-$900k. The same price that you would pay for a 2, 500 Sq. / Ft. home in Sellwood on a 5000 Sq. / Ft. lot.
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◊ This project is planned to be complete January 2019.
For lot sales & purchase information, please contact New Home Realty
Project engineering by Sisul Engineering
The property is being developed with a rural, country feel featuring naturally planted open-rainwater swales in lieu of underground stormwater pipes and curbs. A paved, leisure walking path takes the place of concrete sidewalks. We have constructed a rustic bridge over the brook and kept foliage intact along the waterways. Frontage improvement includes a split-rail country fence with a row of large trees.
There is community water installed with the roads and dry utilities. Sewer will be standard septic systems and the locations are approved and perk tested for the homebuilder/buyer.
• Project amenities are above-average for single acre home sites in the area.
• Limited existing or proposed competition
• Subdivision of single-acre sized lots is difficult to find
Beavercreek is located 6 miles southeast of Oregon City in Clackamas County. In 2006, the citizens voted to become the first Hamlet in Oregon. This is the approximate area of the Hamlet of Beavercreek.
Beavercreek boundaries of the City of Oregon City on the Northwest, the Holcomb Outlook CPO on the north, the Redland-Fischers Mill - Viola CPO on the east, Clarkes-Highland CPO on the southeast, Mulino Hamlet on the southwest, and Central Point-Leland-New Era and Carus CPOs on the west. Meetings are held every month on the fourth Wednesday. More information can be found at Beavercreek.org.
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