Serving Gresham, Troutdale, Fairview, Portland, Sandy, Boring, Clackamas, Damascus, Wood Village and the entire Portland East Metro Area

If you’re looking to buy a home in an excellent Multnomah County, Oregon location, then Troutdale real estate is something you should definitely consider. Troutdale was originally named Sandy, after the nearby Sandy River. Pioneer, businessman and former sea captain John Harlow renamed it for Troutdale Pond, located in a dale adjacent to his home. Harlow hatched a plan for the city’s development and put it into action. The Troutdale post office was established in 1880. David F. Buxton is considered by many to be the true founder of Troutdale, as he filed a donation land claim in 1853 and developed the town’s first water system.

The city is located east of Wood Village and north of Gresham. Beautifully scenic, Troutdale is the Western gateway to the Mount Hood Scenic Byway, the Columbia River Gorge, and the historic Columbia River Highway.

According to the 2013 census, Troutdale’s population was near 16,500. With Portland less than 20 miles away, Troutdale truly embodies the rare combination of smaller town charm with big city adjacency.

Shopping and Dining

Shopping in and around Troutdale offers a wide variety of great options. For example, you’ll love the variety, quality and excellent bargains you’ll find at the Columbia Gorge Premium Outlets, located on 257th Way right in Troutdale. It has everything from Hugo Boss to Converse, Banana Republic, Ann Taylor – suffice it to say there are stores which offer tempting deals in pretty much any category you’re seeking. Why not make it a day trip and shop to your heart’s content?

You’ll find an assortment of eclectic gift shops in Troutdale as well as many well-known stores like Harry & David, Barnes & Noble and more.

When it comes to great restaurants, Troutdale offers several delicious options including Troutini, not only renowned for its excellent menu, but its engaging atmosphere and outstanding service, too. Riverview Restaurant has been called “cozy and romantic” and the food always gets rave reviews. You’ll also love Siam Sushi Restaurant, Tad’s Chicken ;n Dumplins, The Black Rabbit Restaurant, Shirley’s Tippy Canoe…the list goes on.

And don’t forget – Portland is a short 17 miles away, with all of its wonderful shopping and restaurants. So overall, Troutdale real estate is surrounded by amazing shopping and dining choices, something sure to suit everyone’s taste and budget.

Parks and Recreation

Troutdale is surrounded by so much breathtaking natural beauty, it’s virtually impossible to run out of amazing outdoor activities. You’ll discover an abundance of beautiful nature trails, whether you want one that’s challenging or serene and meditative. Troutdale’s Parks and Recreation department always has an array of fun, exciting events coming up, and there are plenty of great parks to visit, including Columbia Park, Glen Otto, Harlow House Park and Woodale Park with its open spaces and greenways. Troutdale has plenty to offer children and adults in the way of outdoor fun and relaxation.


Purchasing Troutdale real estate is an excellent investment. It’s a clean, safe community that’s truly family-oriented – a great place to raise kids! The estimated annual median household income is around $64,000, and the estimated house or condo value is approximately $214,000. Troutdale offers beautiful scenery, friendly neighbors and has a great sense of community.

Schools, Healthcare, and Transportation

Troutdale is in the Reynolds school district, which serves not only Troutdale but also the cities of Wood Village and Fairview, as well as portions of Gresham and Portland. There are 11 elementary schools, 3 middle schools and Reynolds High School. You’ll find several charter schools and alternative schools in Troutdale as well. Students will find their unique talents and interests well supported here.

Troutdale and the surrounding areas have a number of excellent healthcare facilities, including Columbia View Family Health Center, Legacy Mount Hood Medical Center in Gresham, several clinics and a variety of other healthcare practitioners.

Transportation options include the TriMet bus line, a number of taxi services, and the Troutdale Airport.

Overall, you’re sure to find that purchasing Troutdale real estate is a sound investment for you, your family and your future. It’s waiting to welcome you home!

If you are thinking about buying or selling a home, give us a call at (503)407-9859 or send us an email to explore your options and to find out when is the best time for you to make a move.