South Shore Heights Homes for Sale

The established neighborhood of South Shore Heights offers up homes primarily built-up around the late 1980s to early 1990s. Found close to 168th and Q Street, the homes sit conveniently close to the outdoor options of nearby Zorinsky Lake. From fishing and biking trails to sports fields, it’s all easily within reach living in South Shore Heights.

South Shore Heights Real Estate Listings

South Shore Heights Real Estate Listings

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South Shore Heights Market Stats

In 2022, there were 6 homes sold in South Shore Heights. The average price of those sales was $388,000. The highest-priced home to sell was $435,000, while the lowest-priced home sold for $357,000.

If you go back to 2021, there were 18 sales. The average sales price was $364,000, with the highest-priced home selling for $432,000 and the lowest-priced home selling for $320,000.

View a list of homes sold in South Shore Heights in the past two years.

 

More about South Shore Heights

Generally, the homes of this community offer three to four bedrooms and three baths. They come in mostly ranch, 1.5-story and two-story floor plans. Other possible additions include soaring ceilings and plentiful storage space.

Mostly the residences of South Shore Heights start at around 1,800 square feet of living space, however other homes in the community offer upwards of 4,000 square feet of space. Some homes in the neighborhood additionally provide space for private swimming pools and other enviable outdoor living and entertaining spaces. You may also find some large finished basements with room for added game rooms or even a wet bar. Residents of South Shore Heights additionally fund a small annual assessment fee to take care of common area maintenance needs for the entire community.

 

Schools

South Shore Heights is served by the Millard Public Schools.

Students usually attend Willowdale Elementary SchoolRussell Middle School, and Millard West High School.

Please Note: If the specific school and school district are important, please check directly with the school district’s administrative office. School boundaries do change.