Sexton Mountain is a neighborhood in Beaverton, Oregon with a population of 13,788. Sexton Mountain is in Washington County and is one of the best places to live in Oregon. Living in Sexton Mountain offers residents a dense suburban feel and most residents own their homes. In Sexton Mountain there are a lot of coffee shops and parks. Residents of Sexton Mountain tend to be liberal. The public schools in Sexton Mountain are highly rated.
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Sexton Mountain Reviews
There are a few shining examples of great, exciting food, but most places are fairly routine and simple. The really good, flavorful foods are in the downtown metro area: where food is absolutely incredible! My favorite restaurant in the area is Oasis Lebanese Cuisine. They use fresh ingredients and everything is so flavorful! I also enjoy the recent trend of local, organic markets, where I can buy vegetarian/vegan foods at my leisure.
There is hardly ever a home vacant. However, having said that, there is a vacant lot down the street, but that place has been vacant for as long as I can remember, and I do not believe it bothers anyone in the area. The cost to live in this area, however, is increasing, and the rate property taxes are increasing is making it exponentially harder every year. The quality of the houses, although many look the same, are rather nice, and the interiors are very nice. The only downside, and a major one in my opinion, is the dismal sizes of the backyards. When we moved into our house, I thought our yard was tiny, but compared to some of the houses around us, our yard is huge.
There is more I could be doing to be involved in the community, but in general, there is a sense of community. I feel that if my neighbours were needed, they would come to our aid, and vice versa. The community is certainly pet friendly, and people tend to stay for a while in their houses. It is not often that a house is on sale, and if there are houses on sale, they are few and far between (depending on the time).