The lushly green southern Beaverton neighborhood of Murrayhill feels unlike any other part of Beaverton. Known as a well-planned and established suburban community, all the amenities you desire are kept neatly at either end of the hill. Private, alcove-like subdivisions pepper the main drag of Murray Boulevard with houses set back from winding roads and cul-de-sacs, breeding a feeling of remote quietude under old-growth trees.
With 379 acres of prime land just northwest of Scholls Ferry Road, most homes here sit on larger than average lots built in the last 25 years – some with mountain or territorial views. Often two-story, and many with attached two-car garages in front, Murrayhill homes are well cared for and include some condos and townhomes.
Area homeowners belong to an association and have access to a recreation center with a swimming pool, playground, sports field and tennis courts. Murrayhill is convenient to highway 217 and other major Beaverton thoroughfares (Scholls Ferry Road, Allen Blvd and Highways 8 and 10) and close to major area employers Nike, Intel and Tektronix. Students are served by the well-regarded Beaverton School District. You’re never far away in Murrayhill
Murray Scholls Town Center (at the intersection of Scholl Ferry and Murray Roads) features 204,000-square-feet of mixed-use shopping, bordering a man-made lake and includes local favorites like Pizzicato, Ruby Tuesday’s and Café Murrayhill, as well as outposts of the Beaverton Library and Kaiser Permanente.
One of the most livable and quietly affluent neighborhoods outside of Portland, Murrayhill offers a peaceful escape to call your home. Call or email us today for available listings.