Vancouver Heights Neighborhood Real Estate
Filled with old growth trees, an array of vintage and modern housing styles and several lovely day parks, the densely populated Vancouver Heights neighborhood combines the best of urban amenities with the comfortable atmosphere of a small town. In addition to excellent shopping and dining, several schools and day parks can be found within Vancouver Heights’ borders.
Wide open green spaces and abundant natural beauty are the hallmarks of this desirable area, giving Vancouver Heights’ 1600-plus residents ample opportunity for outdoor recreation and exploration just beyond their doorsteps. Lieser Crest and Carl Gustafson day parks are centrally located within the neighborhood and feature several acres of rolling lawns, athletic fields, updated play equipment, multiple picnic areas and lovely walking paths shaded by mature trees.
In addition to Southwest Medical Center’s multiple health clinics, nearly 50 neighborhood businesses operate in Vancouver Heights, creating a strong local economy and providing excellent shopping, dining and entertainment options. Mill Plain Boulevard and Andresen Road offer easy commuter access to outlying areas while well maintained parkways along these thoroughfares help buffer noise and pollution. Vancouver Heights’ younger students attend Marshall Elementary, McLoughlin Middle School and the Early Childhood Development Center, while Joseph’s Catholic School, Clark College and Western Business College offer advanced education degrees for teens and adults from across the region.