Homes in the Skyline Village Neighborhood

The Skyline Village Neighborhood has four phases. Phases 1-3 sit on one side of Skyline Rd and Phase 4 is on the other. Phases 1-3 are mostly ranch-style homes with flat lots and would generally be considered starter homes for most people as they are often smaller homes. It is one of the few starter home-style subdivisions in the city with Royal Oaks having a similar style home.  Phase 4 is a combination of one and two-story homes that are larger and often have some slope due to the hills.

A skyline village neighborhood home

Due to its affordability, this neighborhood has good resale value. The neighborhood is split between two elementary schools, Liberty and Schirle. Its affordability and south Salem location tend to make this a solid real estate purchase. It has excellent proximity to bus lines, highway access, and grocery shopping. It is walkable to Crossler Middle School for those families that have students attending that school.



Home prices in Skyline Village

Home prices in this neighborhood tend to run from $325,000-$550,000 with some more expensive homes in Phase 4.

Neighborhood Life

Skyline Village is part of the Sunnyslope neighborhood association which is a civic association and not an HOA.  Phases 1-3 of Skyline Village feed into Liberty elementary, and Phase 4 goes into Schirle Elementary.  Both feed into Crossler Middle School, and Sprague High School. Secor Park is the closest neighborhood park in the area.

Skyline Village is very close to grocery stores, medical clinics, and some restaurants. It has good access to local buses as well.