Looking For Lakeside Listings in Lake Oswego on the Lakers Side Of The Lake?
After last week’s football game between Lake Oswego High School and their rival on the other side of the lake Lakeridge High School, you may be changing your mind as the Lakers lost, but many people do in fact still want to make sure that they live on one side of the lake or the other because of their preference in schools, specifically the two rival high schools. Although, both schools are stellar and LOHS has been consistently ranked as GOLD in US News, Lakeridge was not ranked academically as high as usual recently, unfortunately (and unfairly as we see it).
Whether you are a Pacer or a Laker, you can still live in one of the great Lake Oswego waterfront homes or one of the amazing Lake Oswego neighbohoods. Lake Oswego is home to great opportunities in housing including spectacular Oswego lakefront homes which compare to no others. You can buy waterfront homes on either side of the lake.
In addition, if you don’t want the expense or maintenance of being a waterfront property owner, there are 20 Oswego Lake easements which provide access and amenities to the lake. Oswego Lake is private, so if you want to take advantage of the beauty and water sports on the lake, then you definitely need to talk to us about which type of home and all neighborhood works best for your particular needs. Not all easements on the lake are created equal and not all homes in LO belong to easements. Some Lake Oswego homes belong to more than one easement and some Lake Oswego homes for sale belong to no easements on the lake. Finding someone who can guide you through the process is pretty important so that there are no surprises.
You can see Lake Oswego waterfront homes for sale on our corporate site. We are also happy to show you out favorites and help you figure out what park of the lake is best for you. LO@cooperjacobs.com
You can also get in touch with me easily if you want direct help or if you are interested in learning more:
Cooper Jacobs Real Estate
Call or text me: 503-899-2968
*Mission statements courtesy of school websites sited in article.
A peek at the Springbrook Easement with boats through the fall leaves…
Lake Oswego waterfront living includes the sad realization that its time to put the boats away. Winterization and storage and no more summer fun bobbing around on Oswego Lake. The perk of the end of the season? The Fall season is beautiful. Autumn brings around rain, but also beautiful sunny crisp days filled with color and excitement for the upcoming holidays.
Make sure and make your appointment with the Lake Corp to pull your boat out: (503) 636-1422
If you are interested in Lake Oswego Homes for sale, please let me know. I am happy to show you my favorites including Lake Oswego waterfront homes and also great places in neighborhoods like Village On The Lake , First Addition, Westlake, and more.
Lake Oswego Boating: Took this shot off the boat last night on a quiet cruise without the kids. Oswego Lake is a beautiful and peaceful place at night with only a few other souls out enjoying the calm. Should be the calm before the Labor Day weekend activity. The weather in Lake Oswego this weekend is set to be boating perfect and ready for lots of last hurrah summer fun before school starts on Tuesday.
Lake Oswego living is closely knit to the lake itself and no wonder why. Oregon is full of natural beauty, but this is my favorite place in the state. If you are interested in Lake Oswego living, then let me know if you need help looking at different neighborhoods, etc. If the lake is important to you like it is to me, then you need to find a home that is either on the water or in one of the easements. Oswego Lake is a private lake. It is not open to the public. Not all homes in Lake Oswego offer the luxury of the use of the lake. It is important to find Lake Oswego easement homes so that you can take advantage of the biggest asset of living here. We can help you can find all Lake Oswego homes for sale including Lake Oswego waterfront homes and homes in different Lake Oswego neighborhoods.