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The Orchards at Abbey CreekExpress

7250 NW Brugger Road, Portland, OR 97229

From $389,995 | 1,426 - 2,693 sq ft

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The Orchards at Abbey Creek

Welcome home to D.R. Horton's newest community in the Abbey area - The Orchards at Abbey Creek! Offering a family-friendly setting close to various entertainment, dining and recreational opportunities. This new home community is only missing one thing - you! 

Located close to the Nike campus and with a short commute to Intel, find yourself home from work just in time for dinner. This community isn't just centered on work life, live the life of leisure as you will find yourself close to scenic wooded hiking trails and biking opportunities in nearby extensive Forest Park. The Orchards at Abbey Creek will soon offer a variety of unique floor plans, perfect for growing families or home buyers just needing some extra space. 

Community Information

Hours
Wed - Sun 10:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Contact Info
Ronda Ridgley
Online Sales Counselor
portlandinfo@drhorton.com
503-307-5025
Cody Jurgens
CJurgens@drhorton.com
503-320-8245
J'mir Delaughn
JDelaughn@drhorton.com
503-894-4842
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Area Information

Portland, OR

LIFE IN THE PACIFIC NORTHWEST

Welcome to Oregon! We’re excited for the opportunity to serve as your homebuilder in Portland – one of the most populous metropolitan areas of the nation’s Pacific Northwest region. D.R. Horton offers single-family homes in this area, designed with our open-concept floor plan featuring two, two-and-a-half, and three stories. With homes available from Express, Emerald or D.R. Horton Homes, we have a home for every stage in life.

From the snow-clad peaks of the Cascade Mountains to the rolling foothills of the Willamette Valley, the outdoorsy, colorful community of Greater Portland offers an array of activities to fit your lifestyle needs. Whether you’re taking a nature hike with your kids at Forest Park, enjoying a romantic evening Portland’s Entertainment District, or discovering local culture in the Alberta Arts District – the Portland community offers a variety of ways to help make your new house a home.    

 

SCHOOL DISTRICTS

Beaverton School District
Centennial School District
North Clackamas School District
Scappoose School District
West Linn-Wilsonville School District

PARKS AND RECREATION

Forest Park: Flanking the west side of the city, just 10 minutes from downtown Portland, this nearly 5,000-acre scenic getaway overlooks the Willamette River and stands as the largest urban park in the United States with more than 70 miles of walking and hiking trails weaving through towering trees, creeks, and various other types of natural forest inhabitants of the Tualatin Mountains.

URBAN DESIGN

TriMet: Formally known as the Tri-County Metropolitan Transportation District of Oregon, operates mass transit providing services for riders in the Portland Metropolitan Area with an expansive fleet of 683 buses, 145 light rails, six commuter rails and a Portland streetcar operating 3.2 miles in the city’s downtown.

NIGHTLIFE

Portland’s Entertainment District: Located in the heart of the city in the Old Town Chinatown neighborhood, these walkable, vibrant blocks make up the go-to spot for late-night fun with a scattering of popular restaurants, cocktail lounges, dance clubs and entertainment venues.

ARTS AND LIFESTYLE

Alberta Arts District: Located in northeast Portland, this quirky community of local artists celebrates the unique culture of the city with a mishmash of eclectic restaurants, coffee shops, boutiques, bookstores, street art, festivals, fairs, and even the world’s first 200-square-foot tiny-house hotel.