About Cooper Mountain
Two things come to mind when area residents hear the words Cooper Mountain – great views and great wines.
Homes here feature beautifully landscaped, larger-than-average lot sizes, with newer construction, single-family homes in Colonial, Traditional Two-Story, Contemporary and Modern Ranch designs sitting upon meandering hilltop streets that wind their way up the mountain. Best of all, Cooper Mountain’s 774-foot summit offers panoramic views of the Tualatin Valley at an affordable price.
Certified Organic wine makers and the only winery in the state that is certified biodynamic, Cooper Mountain Vineyards produces one of the “Top 10 Organic Wines” rated by Gayot.com (their Reserve Pinot Noir) and is responsible for making a variety of wines from Pinot Noir and Pinot Gris to Chardonnay, and Pinot Blanc. Residents love the winery’s live music and wine events, “Neighbor Nights,” Wine Club and tastings.
Children attend Cooper Mountain Elementary and though Cooper Mountain Nature House offers nature education programs to visitors of all ages, kids especially enjoy their year-round outdoor education. The 231-acre Cooper Mountain Nature Park features 3.5 miles of trails including conifer forests, prairie, oak woodlands and majestic views of the Chehalem Mountains.
Nestled in a wooded niche, the historic Jenkin’s Estate is a popular wedding venue. A beautiful setting, the 68-acre, revitalized country estate showcases a 1912 log home, picturesque gardens of rhododendron, perennials, wild flower meadows and water features on its bucolic grounds.
Stunning views, stellar wines, spacious homes and yards, and plenty of outdoor fun make Cooper Mountain one of the most idyllic west side locations. Call or email us today for the latest available listings.