AVAILABLE HOMES AT FROG POND
WILSONVILLE’S NEW PREMIER NEIGHBORHOOD
Nestled on the west side of the vibrant Wilsonville Community, the Frog Pond neighborhood combines superior craftsmanship and design with spacious lot sizes featuring both single and main level living. Designed to bring the community together with walkable streets, connected trails, and open spaces; Frog Pond is just a short walk, bike, or bus ride from all parts of Wilsonville.
THE GUIDING PRINCIPLES OF THE FROG POND AREA
As described in the Frog Pond Master Plan
- Create great neighborhoods – Frog Pond’s homes, streets, open spaces, neighborhood-scale retail, and other uses fit together into walkable, cohesive, and connected neighborhoods. Frog Pond is a fun place to live.
- Create a complete streets and trails network – Frog Pond streets are designed for safe and enjoyable travel by bike, on foot, or by car. A great network of trails is provided. Safe crossings and connections are provided throughout the street and trail network.
- Provide access to nature – The creeks and natural areas in the Frog Pond Community provide opportunities to see and interact with nature close to home.
- Create community gathering spaces – Beautiful parks, quality schools, and other public spaces serve as community centers and gathering places. The land uses, transportation, and open space around the Advance Road school and park sites support a compatible neighborhood plan in that area. The Frog Pond Grange, and adjacent uses, fit together as a focal point of the community.
- Provide for Wilsonville’s housing needs – A variety of attractive homes are provided to fulfill the City’s housing needs and align with the market. Single-family detached homes, including some on large lots, are a significant part of the mix in the Frog Pond Community. Neighborhoods are designed to be multigenerational and offer a diversity of attractive housing options at a variety of prices.
- Create a feasible implementation strategy – A realistic funding plan for infrastructure, smart and flexible regulations, and other strategies promote successful implementation of the plan.
- Frog Pond is an extension of Wilsonville – Frog Pond is truly connected—it is an easy and safe walk, drive, bike trip, or bus ride to other parts of Wilsonville, and Frog Pond feels like a well-planned extension of the city.
- Retain trees – Mature native trees are integrated into the Frog Pond Community to enhance the area’s character and value.
- Honor Frog Pond’s History – A sense of history is retained, recognized, and celebrated.
- Provide compatible transitions to surrounding areas – New urban land uses are good neighbors to adjacent rural land uses, future developable areas, and existing neighborhoods. The plan provides for future growth of the City into adjacent urban reserves.
- Promote healthy, active lifestyles – Extensive walkways, community gardens, recreational facilities, and other elements support active and healthy lifestyles in Frog Pond.
- Integrate sustainability – The plan integrates solutions which address economic, environmental, and social needs. Frog Pond is a sustainable community over the long term.
- Coordinate with Wilsonville’s transportation network – The Frog Pond plan is consistent with the Wilsonville Transportation System Plan for all modes of travel: trails, bikeways, SMART, and vehicles. Traffic impacts are managed for key streets and intersections, including the I-5 interchanges.
ABOUT THE BUILDER
West Hills Homes NW specializes in timeless homes with quality, innovative design elements that fit within your lifestyle. We bring you the best of both worlds: the character and charm of an old house, with the modern conveniences of a new one.
At West Hills Homes NW, our story is about more than who we are. It’s about the neighborhoods and communities we develop so families can build their lives in a home they absolutely love.
As family-owned builders native to Oregon, we have over 100 years of combined experience delivering thoughtfully designed homes that incorporate the charm, character and soul of traditional Northwest houses.