Starting at $474,900

Renaissance at Stono 93

Move-in ready homes are now available.
SW 93rd & SW Stono Drive, Tualatin

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Welcome to Stono 93 in Tualatin, Oregon

Renaissance Homes will open Stono 93 – a collection of new homes for sale in Tualatin, Oregon – in spring 2014. Six exclusive energy-efficient new homes will be built, all with luxurious amenities, main level dens, gourmet kitchens and all will feature 3 car garages. Our designer-selected interior palettes will wow and inspire you. Enjoy new colors, styles and materials that reflect both emerging trends and traditional Renaissance tastes. Select your home early in construction and visit our exclusive Design Studio and personalize your new home through hundreds of tiles, hardwoods, carpets and interior amenity choices.

Our green features create a home with lasting value and less maintenance. Homeowners will have the advantage of the most advanced green building practices of any Portland homebuilder and low Energy Performance Scores which equals low monthly utility bills.

Community Amenities

The city of Tualatin, population 27,000, is a dynamic, vibrant community conveniently located just 12 miles south of Portland and 30 miles north of Salem, the state capital.  Tualatin is a short distance to adventure: skiing, snowboarding, and sledding on majestic Mt. Hood in the Cascade Mountain Range; family-friendly summer water activities on the central Oregon Coast; national-level wind-surfing or parasailing on the Columbia River, while enjoying the natural beauty of Multnomah Falls in Columbia Gorge National Recreation Area.

Tualatin’s population is well-educated, diverse, and involved in community and school activities.  There are excellent educational opportunities available to residents through the Tigard-Tualatin School District and numerous colleges and universities within easy commuting distance. Residents enjoy community amenities such as award-winning parks, unique shopping and dining establishments and a low tax rate.

Bridgeport Village is a quick drive and features cinemas, shopping and restaurants. Victoria Woods Natural Area, Ibach City Park and Little Woodrose Natural Area are all very close.

Tualatin History

The city is named after the Tualatin River, which flows across the city’s northern boundary. The name Tualatin is said to have Native American influence, possibly meaning “treeless plain.” The Atfalti, a band of the Kalapuya Native Americans, lived on the Tualatin Plains for centuries. The Atfalti practiced controlled soil burning to produce large, open hunting grounds, which in turn made for fertile farming ground. By the 1840’s, most of the residents of the area were Oregon Trail emigrants.

In the 1850’s, the settlement was initially dubbed Galbreath after frontiersman Samuel Galbreath. Glabreath built the first bridge over the Tualatin River in 1853, and the land became known as Bridgeport.

By the mid 1850’s, white settlers had filed over two dozen Oregon Donation Act land claims in modern day Tualatin. They cleared land, constructed covered bridges, cut roads, built a log school, a smithy, and a store. Soon after, John Taylor operated a ferry across the Tualatin River. Taylor made a direct road from Tualatin to Portland, as he cut and planked a road from the ferry to the big city, called Taylors Ferry Road. It eventually combined with Highway 99W.

The community was incorporated as the city of Tualatin in 1913. It wasn’t long before the city had wooden sidewalks, graveled roads, streetlights and a gas station. As the original Donation Land claims were divided and sold, the town became ringed with family farms, onion fields, hop yards, dairies, orchards, and hatcheries. Farm work was the primary means of employment during the 1930s.


Tigard-Tualatin School District – 503.431.4000

Byrom Elementary School– 503.431.4300

Hazelbrook Middle School – 503.431.5100

Tualatin High School – 503.431.5600

Driving Directions

I-5 South: exit 289 Tualatin / Nyberg Rd. Right on SW Nyberg. Left on SW Boones Ferry Rd. Follow approximately 2 miles, pass Tualatin High School on your left. Turn left on SW Iowa St. Right on SW 93rd and right on SW Stono.

I-5 North: exit 286 Wilsonville. Left off exit toward Boones Ferry Rd. Right on SW Iowa St. Right on SW 93rd and right on Stono.


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