Lake Oswego Historic Trolley

Willamette Shore Trolley in Lake Oswego: 

 

You have two more weekends this year to take a ride on an authentic vintage trolley car along the scenic shore of the Willamette River.

 

The historic trolley has an abbreviated route this season.  Due to the construction of the new Sellwood Bridge, the six-mile line has been essentially cut in half.  Currently, the trolley runs on Saturday & Sunday departing from the station in downtown Lake Oswego at 1, 2, 3, and 4 pm. The vintage trolley travels down the river through parks, the Elk Rock Tunnel, and up to the Long Trestle in the historic Riverwood neighborhood.

 

The Willamette Shore Trolley is operated by volunteer members of the Oregon Electric Railway Historical Society under a contract with the City of Lake Oswego.  Tickets are $5 for adults, $3 for children between 3 and 12 years of age, and free for children under 3.  The Trolley Station is located at 311 N. State Street in Lake Oswego.  For more information call 503-697-7436.

 

This Week’s Report for Lake Oswego Homes for Sale and Homes Sold in Lake Oswego: 

 

Homes for Sale in Lake Oswego:  As of September 19, 2014, there are 232 homes for sale in Lake Oswego listed in RMLS.  The average time of the market is 97 days, the average list price is $1,057,621, and the average list price per square foot is $293.

 

Homes Sold in Lake Oswego:  A total 63 homes sales closed during the past 30 days.  The average sold price is $670,208 at an average price of $218/square foot.

 

Are you looking for a home in Lake Oswego or a neighboring area?  Consider working with a Realtor at Soldera Properties, Inc., a boutique, full service real estate company located in Lake Oswego.  Click “Contact a Realtor” on our home page, view bios of our agent,s and select the Realtor that is your best match.

 

Patty Smith, Managing Principal Broker, Soldera Properties, Inc., September 19, 2014.