Camas, Washington resides in Clark County and the southwest section of the state. It sits next door to Vancouver WA, and Camas WA 98607 is known for its hilly topography in the region. Camas WA also sits astride the mighty Columbia River, right across from Troutdale, Oregon. Camas is considered part of the Portland, Oregon Metropolitan Statistical Area as defined by the United States Census Bureau. In order to cross the river, traffic flows over the I-5 and the I-205 bridges. Camas WA real estate shares some similarities to Vancouver WA real estate with several unique differences.

Camas WA 98607 encompasses numerous appealing features, both natural and man made. Significant geographical features include Prune Hill. The hill also provides a major component of residential neighborhoods and desirable Camas homes. An extinct volcanic vent, Prune Hill actually makes up a part of the Boring Lava Field that appears in both southwest Washington and Northwest Oregon.

Besides its fascinating natural location, variety of homes and neighborhood amenities, Camas WA 98607 encompasses several prominent, hi-tech manufacturing firms. It exhibits a very business and family-friendly focus. In fact, Camas has a high level of business and job interests with a very low level of urbanization. The city maintains an appealing, small town charm, which makes living in Camas WA an attractive prospect for many.

Camas homes for sale often attract a lot of attention in the Prune Hill area. Although, many other delightful and interesting available homes appear around town. In Prune Hill neighborhoods, large, luxury homes for sale can be found on the hillsides. These homes are coveted for not only their elegant, luxury features, but also their stunning views. These views make Prune Hill homes for sale high-demand components of the Camas real estate market. Views can often include downtown Portland, Mt. Hood and other gorgeous natural features in the region.

Past Prune Hill to the west resides the more established areas of the City of Camas and its downtown. The downtown area is ripe with a great social, economic and cultural vibe. It also hosts historic features that the city lovingly preserves. In fact, some of the city’s history revolves around a 100-year old paper-mill, still operational.

If you would like to find out more about beautiful, livable Camas WA 98607, get details on neighborhood amenities, including parks, recreation, schools, homes for sale and more with a unique, map based search, and get connected with an area expert and real estate  professional.


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