Marshall Ridge is a 38-lot subdivision development in Sandy with access off Bornstedt Road. Part of the 'Bornstedt Village' area, our new development site offers the largest lots for single family residential build outs in the 'Village. The fairly uniform sized lots are typically 52-54 foot wide, which translate to a 38-43 foot wide building envelope. The road rides the top of a ridge, giving home lots some much desired prime daylight basement availability for 2 level dwellings.
The project site currently has a grove of trees, some of which we are required to remove when developing the new roadway. To offset this, we will plant replacement trees as part of mitigation. The site plan has areas set aside for green space and storm water collection. The Marshall Ridge project site is close to town with dining, health services, parks, churches, a variety of shopping opportunities and great schools. Sandy Oregon is Mt. Hood Territory, for great year-around activities. In January 2019 we began to clear outbuildings, the Marshall home and existing septic systems from the project site.
◊ This project is in pre-construction.
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Project engineering by All County Surveyors & Planners
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
Sandy Oregon is located in Clackamas County, Oregon, United States, and named after the nearby Sandy River. The city serves as the western gateway to the Mount Hood Corridor, 25 miles from Portland. Facilities range from the 1.75-mile Tickle Creek Trail, to neighborhood playgrounds and 14 local parks; including Bornstedt Park near the project. Sandy has a population of 10,655 (PSU Estimate July 1, 2016) and is located along HWY 26, connecting west into Portland, east towards Madras. The area is served by Oregon Trail School District, with Sandy Grade School, Cedar Ridge Middle School and Sandy High School. There are also several great private and charter schools.
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