Edgewood Park / Dubois Park is a quiet, suburban neighborhood located near Vancouver, WA. The area has an excellent quality of life with plenty of amenities and great schools nearby for families looking to call this place home.
The median home price in the Edgewood Park / Dubois Park community is $455,318, which makes it more expensive than 46.1% of all neighborhoods within Washington and 73.6 percent nationwide.
This neighborhood may be the perfect fit in case you’re looking for an affordable place to call home or just want something nice. In the Edgewood Park / Dubois Park community, there are many different types of homes that will suit any need – from huge houses on large lots all the way down to small efficiencies with easy access to public transportation – which can get anyone where they need.
The Edgewood Park / Dubois neighborhood is a great place to live if you’re looking for affordable housing. The average rental price here currently stands at $2,209, and rent here is lower than 45.8% of all other neighborhoods across Washington.
The beautiful Edgewood Park / Dubois community is a great place for those who want to live in close proximity with lots of amenities this area can offer. There are plenty of medium-sized homes that can accommodate several people, but it’s also not too difficult finding smaller ones if you’re looking at single-family or apartment complexes/high-rise apartments which offer more spacious accommodations.
The area is home to many different types of residents, with most owners and renters. You’ll find an assortment mixed together here; old tried and true houses that were built between 1940 – 1969 alongside other construction done between the 1970s and 1999, which are well established.
The people living in the Edgewood Park / Dubois Park neighborhood in Vancouver are upper-middle-class, making it an above-average income area. This part of Vancouver has a higher per capita cash flow than 68% percent of American neighborhoods.
The Edgewood Park / Duboise neighborhood in Columbia City has a high concentration of residents who are employed in executive, management, and professional jobs (47.1%). The second most important occupational group is manufacturing which accounts for 25%. Other occupations include sales-service positions from major accounts such as grocery stores or car dealerships, as well as working at fast-food restaurants, which accounts for 14.3%, and clerical, assistant, and tech support occupations which account for 13.6%.