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Northwest Portland

Arlington Heights Real Estate
(Northwest Portland)

Overview
The petite, upscale neighborhood of Arlington Heights is nestled high in the West Hills overlooking the city. With its immaculate homes and spectacular views of downtown, the Cascade Mountains and portions of the lush Willamette Valley, this area is one of the most desirable locations in Portland.

Located just 5 minutes from downtown, the serene, tree-lined streets of Arlington Heights connect neighbors to nearby recreational areas such as Forest Park and the world famous Japanese Gardens. Enjoy first-class shopping and dining in the nearby Nob Hill area, or take a stroll through the adjacent International Rose Test Gardens and experience the beauty of over 700 species of roses blooming under a breathtaking view of Mt. Hood.

Parks & Recreation
Several entrances to Forest Park, the nation's largest urban forest, are located in Arlington Heights. At 5,127 acres, this natural wonder offers over 70 miles of hiking trails and hundreds of native species of plants and wildlife to enjoy. Washington Park also overlaps the neighborhood and at over 129 acres, is home to several area attractions including the Hoyt Arboretum, the Oregon Zoo and Children's Museum, the Japanese Gardens and the multi-tiered International Rose Test Gardens.

Real Estate
Most of the homes in Arlington Heights sit on large lots and were built before 1940 in the classic Victorian, Cottage or English Tudor style. Several new- construction luxury homes and condos can also be found throughout the neighborhood, often cantilevered over the steep hills to take advantage of the stunning views.

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Forest Park Real Estate
(Northwest Portland)

Overview
Named for its proximity to the largest urban forest in the US, the Forest Park neighborhood in Northwest Portland combines a serene rural atmosphere with the convenience of a close-in location. Just 5 minutes from downtown and only a few blocks from the trendy Nob Hill commercial district, this lushly forested area is perfect for nature lovers who want to be near some of the finest shopping and dining the city has to offer.

The Forest Park neighborhood is filled with newly constructed luxury houses and town homes, many with stunning views of the Cascade mountain range to the West. Expansive single family homes on large lots are also plentiful, most with incredible views and beautiful landscaping.

Parks & Recreation
Forest Park, the largest municipal park in the nation, gives this neighborhood its name and offers residents over 5000 acres of natural beauty to explore in the form of hiking and equestrian trails and unique land features. Washington Park, Hoyt Arboretum and the Japanese and Rose Test Gardens are a few of the other recreational destinations surrounding the Forest Park neighborhood.

Real Estate
Most of the homes in the Forest Park neighborhood have been constructed in the past decade and range from luxury single-family residences on large lots to Townhouse subdivisions with great views of the surrounding forest and mountain ranges.

Zip Codes
The Forest Park neighborhood uses the 97229 ZIP code.

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Goose Hollow Real Estate
(Northwest Portland)

Overview
Taking its name from the wild geese that used to roam through the area, the Goose Hollow neighborhood is a lovely pocket of beautiful homes and old-growth trees tucked into the lower hills of Northwest Portland.  With its combination of residential and commercial districts and close proximity to downtown Portland, west hills recreational areas and the upscale boutiques of the Nob Hill, Goose Hollow has long been one of the city's most desirable neighborhoods.

The Northwest Alphabet District defines the Northern boundary of the Goose Hollow neighborhood and adds its mix of trendy shops and diners to the list of things that make this area such a wonderful place to live.

Parks & Recreation
Washington Park is located on the Western edge of the Goose Hollow neighborhood and is home to the Washington Park Zoo, Hoyt Arboretum, a children's museum and miles of natural hiking trails. Visit the nearby Japanese Gardens and experience the most authentic public Japanese garden outside of Japan according to the Journal of Japanese Gardening.

Real Estate
The Goose Hollow neighborhood is filled with many turn-of-the century homes, including several Edwardian and Victorian style homes. An abundance of single-family houses in many attractive designs are found in the area along with luxury Condos and a few newer Townhouses.

Zip Codes
The Goose Hollow neighborhood uses the 97205 zip code primarily and a small part of the 97201 zip code.

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Hillside Real Estate
(Northwest Portland)

Overview
Just a few minutes from the fashionable Pearl district in downtown Portland, Hillside has the feel of a private country retreat while enjoying close proximity to outstanding shopping, dining and commercial areas.

The Hillside neighborhood's breathtaking views of the city and surrounding mountains, combined with its luxury homes and easy access to nearby recreational amenities make this one of the most desirable areas in the Northwest Hills.

Parks & Recreation
From backyard bird watching to hiking through Forest Park's 30 mile Wildwood Trail to spending the afternoon at the famous Pittock Mansion, the Hillside neighborhood is filled with outstanding recreational options.

Real Estate
Custom built historic homes, Colonial, Tudor, English Cottage and even some Arts and Crafts styles can be found tucked into the towering old growth trees and native foliage that characterizes the Hillside neighborhood.

Zip Codes
The Hillside neighborhood uses the 97201 and 97219 ZIP Codes

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Linnton Real Estate
(Northwest Portland)

Overview
Bordered by the Willamette River, Sauvie Island and Portland's famed Forest Park, the Linnton neighborhood covers nearly 4000 square miles and consists of several pocket residential and commercial areas, a historic industrial district and hundreds of acres of pristine urban forest.

Just three miles from downtown, Linnton won the 2005 Spirit of Portland award for civic involvement, and takes great pride in its own thriving commercial district.

Parks & Recreation
In addition to the large section of Forest Park that makes up the Western portion of the Linnton neighborhood, residents enjoy proximity to the hiking and family recreation opportunities of Sauvie Island, two charming day parks and immediate access to the banks of the Willamette River for fishing and other water sports.

Real Estate
Many of the homes in the Linnton neighborhood can be found tucked into the hills along St. Helens and NW Germantown Rods, and feature panoramic views of the surrounding area. Most of the construction in this area was completed before the mid 1950s and runs the gamut from expansive private estates to practical farmhouses and cozy cottages.

Zip Codes
The Linnton neighborhood uses the 97210 and 97231 ZIP Codes.

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Northwest District Real Estate
(Northwest Portland)

Overview
Encompassing several pocket neighborhoods such as Nob Hill, Uptown and the Pearl District, the Northwest District is a large, densely populated area filled with a diverse mix of residential and commercial properties. The blocks surrounding Northwest 21st and 23rd streets are known for their eclectic blend of upscale shops, boutiques and eateries while the Pearl District is nationally recognized as a hotspot for young professionals and their hip, ultra-urban taste in architecture.

The Northwest District's Eastern boundary is defined by the historical Alphabet District, with its distinctive blend of trendy stores, venerable Portland dining establishment, industrial warehouses and gorgeous old Portland homes.

Parks & Recreation
The Classical Chinese Garden is located in the Northwest District and offers uests guided tours through the garden, which includes winding paths through the exquisitely crafted landscape, a pond, tea house and several open pavilions. Couch Park is the District's popular day park and offers all of the modern amenities you would expect.

Real Estate
The Northwest District has nearly as many architectural styles as it does residents: Old Portland, Cape Cod, Queen Anne, Cottages, mid-century designs, sleek new Lofts and Condos and several intriguing hybrids that resist categorization.

Zip Codes
The Northwest District neighborhood uses the 97209 and 97210 zip codes.

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Northwest Heights Real Estate
(Northwest Portland)

Overview
The Northwest Heights neighborhood is situated on the West side of Portland's luxurious West Hills. A few minute's  drive down Skyline Boulevard takes residents to the trendy Northwest entertainment area, while a short walk from the front steps of many Northwest Heights homes will bring you to the edge of the vast expanse of Forest Park.

This purely residential neighborhood enjoys some of the most spectacular views in the metropolitan area, with unobstructed panoramas of the coastal mountains and outlying valleys.

Parks & Recreation
Forest Heights Park is a small swath of rolling lawns and beautifully tended gardens carved out of the much larger Forest Park. Forest Park itself covers more than 5000 acres and features miles of multi-use trails, natural riparian areas, vantage points and countless native plant and wildlife species.

Real Estate
The Northwest Heights neighborhood is comprised mainly of immense, newly constructed homes on large lots with expansive views of the surrounding mountains and valleys. A few older homes can be found at the edges of this burgeoning area, most in mid- and turn of the century styles.

Zip Codes
The Northwest Heights neighborhood uses the 97229 ZIP Code.

The Northwest Heights neighborhood is comprised mainly of immense, newly constructed homes on large lots with expansive views of the surrounding mountains and valleys. A few older homes can be found at the edges of this burgeoning area, most in mid- and turn of the century styles.

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Northwest Industrial Real Estate
(Northwest Portland)

Overview
Much likened to the fashionable Pearl District, the Northwest Industrial neighborhood appears to be on the verge of a major transformation. While Northwest Industrial is mostly zoned for heavy industrial use, the Southern portion of the neighborhood is seeing the rise of several glossy new Loft and Condo developments.

The Northwest Industrial neighborhood borders the Linnton and Forest Park areas, and has the smallest residential population of any of the Portland neighborhoods.

Parks & Recreation
Because the Northwest Industrial neighborhood doesn't have any parks or recreational facilities of its own, residents typically make the short trek up to Forest Park, the 5000-plus acre tract of urban forest featuring miles of groomed and natural trails, streamlets, and natural areas to explore.

Real Estate
Because most of the Northwest Industrial neighborhood is protected for industrial use, few homes are available for purchase within its boundaries. Of the existing properties for sale, most are attractive, newly constructed urban Lofts and Condos.

Zip Codes
The Northwest Industrial neighborhood uses the 97210 zip code.

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The Pearl District Real Estate
(Northwest Portland)

Overview
The Pearl District is one of the hottest neighborhoods in the city, and is a popular destination for arts and cultural activities as well as bars and ightlife. It offers extensive options for dining, shopping and has a bit of omething for everyong; young professionals will applaud it's nightlife, yet it was also named one of the Best Neighborhoods to Retire in 2007 by Money Magazine.

Of course, all the excitement has also served to drive real estate prices up higer than in many other parts of the city, in which case you may find it a nice place just to go for a stroll, with many hip art galleries and boutiques to browse and the business district publishes a free Pearl District map.

Parks & Recreation
The North Park blocks offer 3 acres of wide open paths to stroll with basket ball courts, bocce ball courts, and a playground. A few blocks northwest of the park blocks is Jamison Square with a lovely fountain and modern art sculptures. Continuing northward leads to Tanner Springs park, the site of a former wetland, that now offers meandering paths and waterways with grassy lawns and scattered statues.  

Real Estate
The Pearl district area is home to many older brick buildings and was formerly an industrial area which is now being gentrified and converted into unique residential lofts and condos. There is also some new construction of highrise condos, and it is sometimes compared to New York City's SoHo neighborhood due to it's chic blend of old industrial combined with modern luxury.

Zip Codes
The Pearl District neighborhood uses the 97209 zipcode.

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Sylvan Highlands Real Estate
(Northwest Portland)

Neighborhood Overview
Situated high on the West side of Portland's West Hills, this peaceful neighborhood enjoys the most snowfall of any neighborhood in the metro area. Like its neighbors, Sylvan Highlands boasts a large number of luxury homes on expansive lots with excellent views.  Unlike many of the surrounding areas, however, an abundance of attractive and very well kept 1950s through 1970s homes are available at more modest prices.

Convenience access to nearby freeways and the commercial areas of downtown Portland and Beaverton are just a few of the amenities the Sylvan Highlands neighborhood offers its residents.

Parks & Recreation
While no official recreational areas are located within the Sylvan Highlands neighborhood; the expansive and lushly forested urban oases of Forest Park, Governor's Park and Portland Heights Park are just a few minutes away by car or bike. The beloved Portland Children's Museum is also located near Sylvan Highlands and offers a variety of enrichment classes and programs for kids.

Real Estate
Larger custom designs are abundant in the Sylvan Highlands area, along with Colonial Revival, Traditional, Craftsman, Tudor and Ranch styles.

Zip Codes
The Sylvan Highlands neighborhood uses the 97221 ZIP code.

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Southwest Portland

Arnold Creek Real Estate
(Southwest Portland)

Overview
Tucked into the Southwest hills above the city, the Arnold Creek neighborhood is considered among the most desirable areas in Portland. New construction of luxury homes and exceptional schools are a few of the amenities that draw homebuyers to the neighborhood.

Just 15 minutes to downtown, 10 minutes from the charming commercial center of Lake Oswego and covered in acres of forested natural areas, Arnold Creek offers a bucolic residential setting and easy access to fine shopping and dining.

Parks & Recreation
The Arnold Creek neighborhood is bordered by the Tryon Creek State Natural Area, covering over 600 acres and offering miles of paved and natural hiking trails, guided nature walks, summer youth camps, and bird watching opportunities. Arnold Creek, a 2 mile tributary of Tryon Creek, runs through the neighborhood and welcomes residents to its cool, gently flowing waters for swimming or wading when summer temperatures start to climb.

Real Estate
Homes range from traditional Old Portland to custom built luxury homes on large lots, many with stunning views of the surrounding forested landscape.

Zip Codes
The Arnold Creek neighborhood uses the 97219 ZIP Code.

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Ashcreek Real Estate
(Southwest Portland)

Overview
Located in Southwest Portland, the Ashcreek neighborhood is filled with stately classic and modern architecture, beautifully landscaped lots and peaceful streets. Bordered on all sides by equally lovely neighborhoods, Ash Creek is a welcome retreat from the bustle and noise of the nearby city.

The Ashcreek neighborhood is situated near the dense forest of the Tryon Creek Natural Area and is home to the Ash Creek Natural Area and family-friendly Southwest Community Center & Pool. Just a few blocks away you can find the popular and chic Multnomah Village commercial district, with its upscale array of spas, galleries, cafés and specialty shops.

Parks & Recreation
At over 5 acres, the Ash Creek Natural area encompasses a wide variety of foliage and wildlife for you to enjoy as you hike along one of the many well-tended trails. Tryon Creek Natural area is also very nearby and covers over 600 acres of lush forest and recreational areas.

Real Estate
The Ash Creek neighborhood has a variety of housing styles to choose from, including lovely 1920s cottages, English Tudors, Craftsman and modern designs.

Zip Codes
The Ash Creek neighborhood uses the 97219 ZIP Code.

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Bridlemile Real Estate
(Southwest Portland)

Overview
The Southwest Portland neighborhood of Bridlemile is characterized by quiet streets, immaculate homes, exceptional schools and easy access to popular commercial and recreational areas. Bordered by the Southwest Hills and sharing many of the characteristics of other coveted neighborhoods tucked into the hills surrounding the city, Bridlemile enjoys a wonderfully peaceful and tight-knit community atmosphere.

In addition to stunning views from many of the properties in the Bridlemile neighborhood, the thick canopy of old-growth trees opens up in many areas along the streets to allow drivers a glimpse of the Willamette Valley and coastal range mountains. Just down the hill from the heart of the neighborhood is Beaverton-Hillsdale Highway, with its plethora of shops and fine-dining options.

Parks & Recreation
Hamilton Park is the Bridlemile neighborhood's 10-plus acre day park with playing fields, picnic areas, multi-use trails and children's playground. At the edge of the neighborhood sits the Fanno Creek natural area, the local hiking destination featuring miles of natural trails, fresh water springs and excellent bird watching opportunities.

Real Estate
Many expansive mid-century Ranch, Old Portland and Craftsman homes can be found in the Northern section of the Bridlemile neighborhood, while the lower or Southern portion features a mix of the same along with more recently developed gated communities, subdivisions and small clusters of luxury Condos and Townhomes.

Zip Codes
The Bridlemile neighborhod uses the 97221 ZIP Code.

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Collins View Real Estate
(Southwest Portland)

Overview
Just past the urban bustle of the city, and not quite part of the suburban sprawl, the Southwest Portland Collins View neighborhood boasts a number of unique attributes, including one of the country's most celebrated private colleges, and the 800+ acre Tryon Creek State Natural Area.

Collins View is considered one of the most desirable of Portland's sought after Southwest hills neighborhoods- all well known for their remote feel, lovely estates, impressive views and easy access to downtown.

Parks & Recreation
With over 800 acres of natural forest bisected by groomed multi-use trails, Tryon Creek State Natural Area is among the city's top destination recreational areas. School tours, summer camps, guided nature walks and special events reservations are also available here, at the only U.S. State Park to be found within a major metropolitan area.

Real Estate
Most of the Collins View neighborhood homes were constructed after the turn of the century.  These are typically expansive, well-kept and situated on large lots surrounded by old-growth trees, while some new construction can be found in the form of Townhomes and split-level structures.

Zip Codes
The Collins View neighborhood uses the 97219 ZIP Code.

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Crestwood Real Estate
(Southwest Portland)

Overview
The petite Southwest Portland neighborhood of Crestwood is tucked into a pocket of towering trees just north of the highly coveted West Portland Park area. Often regarded as an extension of the Multnomah Village district, Crestwood distinguishes itself as a purely residential setting for immaculately maintained homes with impressive landscaping and lovely views.

Easy access to Interstate 5, the trendy boutiques of Multnomah Village and the larger Washington Square Mall draw residents to the neighborhood along with its excellent schools and park-like setting.

Parks & Recreation
The Woods Memorial Area covers over 31 acres of forest in the heart of the Crestwood neighborhood and offers residents many miles of natural hiking paths, countless native species of plants, and an occasional elk sighting in addition to free Wi-Fi access.

Real Estate
Homes in the Crestwood neighborhood tend to be older, more expansive structures in the classic and Craftsman styles. Victorians, Bungalows and some mid-century and new construction can also be found throughout the neighborhood.

Zip Codes
The Crestwood neighborhood uses the 97219 ZIP code.

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Far Southwest Real Estate
(Southwest Portland)

Overview
The outer Southwest Portland neighborhood of Far Southwest is set into the lush hills surrounding the Portland Community College Sylvania Campus, borders the upscale Mountain Park neighborhood of Lake Oswego and is located just 10 minutes from downtown.

Convenient to several shopping and business districts, Interstate 5 and, excellent schools and many of Southwest Portland's best recreational areas, Far Southwest is considered a very safe and livable place to buy a home.

Parks & Recreation
Lesser Park is located at Southwest 57th Ave. and Haines St. and offers residents over 8 gorgeous acres of untamed natural wildlife habitat, miles of unpaved hiking trails and several open greenspaces and streamlets to explore.

Real Estate
Large private lots, expansive homes and lovely vistas characterize many of the homes in the Far Southwest neighborhood. From early 1940s Bungalows to modern and mid-century designs, this neighborhood offers many varying style choices for homebuyers.

Zip Codes
The Far Southwest neighborhood uses the 97219 ZIP code.

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Hayhurst Real Estate
(Southwest Portland)

Overview
Tucked into Portland's famed Southwest Hills, the Hayhurst neighborhood is bordered by the upscale Raleigh Hills area and the expansive suburb of Beaverton.

Stunning views, well-tended homes on beautifully landscaped lots, excellent schools and proximity to local shopping, dining, entertaining and business districts make Hayhurst one of the most attractive of the West Hills neighborhoods for families and executives.

Parks & Recreation
The Vermont Hills Community Garden and Pendleton Park's baseball diamond, whimsical public art and groomed, tree-lined walking paths complement the Hayhurst neighborhood's relaxed, family oriented feel.

Real Estate
Stately homes in classic and contemporary styles share the hilly, tree-lined streets of the Hayhurst neighborhood with an array of charming Craftsman Cottages, modest Bungalows and mid-century Farmhouses.

Zip Codes
The Hayhurst neighborhood uses the 97221 ZIP Code.

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Healy Real Estate
(Southwest Portland)

Overview
Bordered by the prestigious Southwest neighborhoods of Hillsdale and Bridlemile, Healy Heights is filled with some of the most luxurious homes in the area, many with stunning views of the city and surrounding mountain ranges.

Properties in Healy Heights are typically large and beautifully landscaped, and the narrow, shaded streets that wind through this neighborhood make Healy Heights a destination for joggers looking to take advantage of the sparse traffic and scenic beauty of the area.

Parks & Recreation
Marquam Nature Park is part of a series of natural areas located near the Healy Heights neighborhood featuring over 175 acres of natural habitat for wildlife and a complex trail system that connects hikers to the Washington Park Zoo. Healy Heights Park is the neighborhood's lovely day park with all of the modern amenities you would expect, including free Wi-Fi access.

Real Estate
Many expansive custom homes in a variety of architectural styles dot the Healy Heights neighborhood. Several well-maintained vintage Cottages and Bungalows can also be found, most with lovely views and convenient access to nearby commercial districts.

Zip Codes
The Healy Heights neighborhood uses the 97239 ZIP code.

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Hillsdale Real Estate
(Southwest Portland)

Overview
This upscale neighborhood located in the Southwest section of the city boasts a charming commercial district filled with locally owned boutiques and popular dining establishments.

Convenient access to downtown Portland and the HillsdaleTown Center, an abundance of gorgeous homes and a close knit community feel keep Hillsdale high on the list of desirable Portland locations.

Parks & Recreation
Hillsdale Park and DeWitt Park both feature lovely walking trails, expansive greenspaces, off-leash areas for dogs and free Wi-Fi access, while the lushly forested George Grimes Park offers 35 acres of natural area to explore and enjoy.

Real Estate
Houses in the Hillsdale area tend to be spacious single family structures situated on large lots carved out of the forested landscape. A few older English Cottages, Bungalows and Condos can be found sprinkled in among the Cape Cod, Ranch style and contemporary homes that fill the neighborhood.

Zip Codes
The Hillsdale neighborhood uses the 97219 and 97239 zipcodes.

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Homestead Real Estate
(Southwest Portland)

Overview
Primarily residential, the Homestead neighborhood sits atop Portland's West Hills just above the prestigious Oregon Health and Sciences University. Incredible views of Mt. Hood, an abundance of luxury living options and access to local greenspaces are some of the amenities offered by this distinctive neighborhood.

Downtown Portland is just a few minutes away by car or bike, and the newly constructed Portland Aerial Tram connects residents of the Homestead neighborhood with the commercial and recreational areas of nearby South Waterfront.

Parks & Recreation
The scenic Southwest Terwilliger Blvd. Parkway draws bicyclists, joggers and outdoor enthusiasts from all over the metro area to its rolling lawns, picnic areas and wide, paved multi-use path. Nearby Marquam Nature Park features picnic areas, groomed hiking trails, free Wi-Fi access and over 175 acres of gorgeous natural area to explore.

Real Estate
Many upscale Condos and Townhomes can be found nestled among the numerous Old Portland, Victorian and Cape Cod homes that fill the coveted Homestead neighborhood.

Zip Codes
The Homestead neighborhood uses the 97239 zipcode.

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Maplewood Real Estate
(Southwest Portland)

Overview
This Southwest Portland suburban neighborhood offers refuge from the bustle of city life without sacrificing the convenience of an urban location. Convenient to the stylish Multnomah Village commercial district, the Maplewood neighborhood features quiet streets lined with lovely Bungalows, sprawling greenspaces and a creek all its own.

Excellent public and parochial schools, a first-rate recreational facilities and an active community association are among the other comforts Maplewood has to offer.

Parks & Recreation
Nearby Gabriel Park stretches over 90 acres of natural area and features picnic sites, natural and paved multi-use trails, an off-leas area for dogs, children's play structures, ball fields and lighted tennis courts. The Maricara Natural Area is another large urban forest located near Maplewood while the smaller April Hill Park caters to those looking to relax on the flowing lawns or take part in a pick up ball game.

Real Estate
From mid-century Ranch and Split-level homes to cozy Bungalows, English Cottages and modern construction of custom designs and green-built Condos and Townhomes, a broad range of housing choices are available in the Maplewood neighborhood.

Zip Codes
The Maplewood neighborhood uses the 97219 ZIP code.

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Markham Real Estate
(Southwest Portland)

Overview
Just minutes from downtown Portland, this exclusive Southwest neighborhood typifies many of the traits that make the Southwest Hills areas so desirable.

Bordered by the Hillsdale and Corbett-Terwilliger neighborhoods, Markham enjoys convenient access to several posh commercial and cultural districts, the prestigious Oregon Health and Sciences University, and many of the top-rated Southwest Portland recreational areas.

Parks & Recreation
Burlingame Park is a lovely oasis centered around well-groomed picnic areas, ball fields, a play area for children and tennis courts. The mountainous Maricara Natural Area is also located in the Markham neighborhood and features several multi-use trails from which to view the great diversity of plant and animal life that inhabits this 17 acre urban retreat.

Real Estate
Homes in the Markham neighborhood are typically large, custom built structures situated on impeccably groomed lots with stunning views of the city or surrounding forest. Some Old Portland styles can still be found among the modern and mid-century designs.

Zip Codes
The Markham neighborhood uses the 97219 ZIP code.

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Marshall Park Real Estate
(Southwest Portland)

Overview
Tucked into the West Hills high above the city, Marshall Park boasts a genteel air that makes it easy to forget that this neighborhood lies less than 10 minutes from the vibrant commercial bustle of downtown Portland.  This desirable area is bordered by the similarly upscale areas of Markham and Collins View, both known for their beautiful homes and easy access to nearby commercial districts.

Although the Marshall Park neighborhood is primarily residential, the large and newly renovated Burlingame Shopping Center along Southwest Capitol Hill Highway gives residents a reason to shop locally with its impressive array fashionable shops and eateries.

Parks & Recreation
Perfect for summer picnics or mid-day strolls, the Jensen and Foley-Balmer Natural areas feature miles of hiking trails, lovely meadows and a selection of creeks and small rivers flowing under towering old-growth trees. The eponymous Marshall Park covers over 25 square miles and includes its own natural areas, hiking trails, playground and waterfall.

Real Estate
From turn-of-the-century estates to modern construction, expansive private homes situated on large lots are the norm in the Marshall Park neighborhood. Many of the homes in this area are backed by acres of dense forest and feature exceptional views.

Zip Codes
The Marshall Park neighborhood uses the 97219 ZIP Code.

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Multnomah Village Real Estate
(Southwest Portland)

Overview
The picturesque Multnomah neighborhood is located in Portland's Southwest hills and surrounds the charming Multnomah Village commercial and cultural district. Tidy, old-fashioned and very family friendly, Multnomah offers a range of housing options for those looking for a peaceful alternative to the bustle of similarly chic areas.

The hilly, tree-lined streets fanning out from the center of the Multnomah neighborhood are often filled with residents walking to and from one of the several unique sidewalk cafes or locally owned boutiques that make up the lovely Multnomah Village shopping area. Locals also enjoy a first-class community Arts Center that hosts a variety of cultural programs for children and adults and often serves as a gathering place for community sponsored activities.

Parks & Recreation
Gabriel Park is an expansive, lushly forested urban park and features over 90 acres of natural area to explore, picnic sites, multi-use trails, an orchard and community garden, a children's playground, playing fields, ball courts and free Wi-Fi access. The lovely Stephens Creek Natural Area is part of the Willamette Watershed and offers residents a place to view native plant and wildlife species.

Real Estate
Multnomah is filled with a range of architectural designs, including cozy English Cottages and Bungalows, Arts and Crafts, Victorian and Tudor styles, and some newly developed Condos and Townhouses near the heart of the neighborhood.

Zip Codes
The Multnomah neighborhood uses the 97219 ZIP Code.

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South Burlingame Real Estate
(Southwest Portland)

Overview
Like other neighborhoods located in the West Hills, South Burlingame is known for being a peaceful retreat from the hurried pace of nearby downtown Portland and Beaverton.

Joggers and nature enthusiasts are often seen hiking the steep, winding streets that climb up into the hills of the South Burlingame, while others enjoy first-rate shopping and dining in one of the neighborhood's small business districts located along the Willamette River.

Parks & Recreation
The storybook-lovely Burlingame Park boasts nearly 5 acres of immaculate lawns, manicured walking paths, ball fields and a children's playground while nearby Fulton Park Community Center features unique amenities such as a fitness center, meeting rooms, indoor ball courts and a theatrical stage for local productions.

Real Estate
Many of the homes in the South Burlingame neighborhood were built between the 1920s and 1970s and feature large fireplaces, peaked roofs and craftsman touches such as hardwood floors and extensive woodwork. Many newly constructed homes can also be found in this area, from expansive estates to darling Cottage-style structures.

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West Hills Real Estate
(Southwest Portland)

Overview
Officially know as the Southwest Hills and also known as the Council Crest area, the West Hills neighborhood straddles Portland's highest peak and features some of the grandest, most luxurious homes in the city. On a clear day, views from many of these opulent estates include the Cascade Mountains, Willamette Valley, downtown Portland and the lush expanse of forest that blankets the hills below.

The far Northeast section of West Hills is known as Portland Heights and, unlike typical West Hills neighborhoods, has its own small commercial district featuring upscale shopping and dining establishments.

Parks & Recreation
Rising over 1000 feet above sea level, Council Crest Park is Portland's highest point and was home to an amusement park from 1907 to 1929. In addition to a 180 degree view of the surrounding city and Cascade Mountain range, Council Crest Park features miles of multi-use walking paths, picnic areas, playgrounds, a vista point and wedding site, off-leash areas for dogs and free Wi-Fi access. Governor's Park is a pristine natural area open for exploration while trails leading the nationally recognized Washington Park and International Rose Test Gardens wind throughout the entire Southwest Hills neighborhood.

Real Estate
Famous for its palatial Colonial estates, Southwest Hills also features several modern and mid-century designs ranging from Craftsman and Bungalow to stilted custom built homes cantilevered over the hills below.

Zip Codes
The Southwest Hills neighborhood uses the 97201, 97205, and 97221 zipcodes.

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West Portland Park Real Estate
(Southwest Portland)

Overview
This hilly Southwest Portland neighborhood is bordered by Portland Community College's Sylvania Campus and enjoys convenient access to the business and shopping districts of the nearby upscale Lake Oswego area. Less than 20 minutes from downtown Portland, the West Portland Park neighborhood features a secluded air and attractive, well-kept homes on large lots, many with great views of the Northern part of the Willamette Valley.

The Holly Farm Park is the neighborhood's local day park and includes one of the city's best skate parks with a 2800 square foot skate bowl.

Parks & Recreation
The West Portland Natural Area is a large, undeveloped swath of natural forest and riparian areas filled with streams, vantage points and a wide range of native plants and wildlife. The Kerr site is another pristine natural area in the West Portland Park neighborhood featuring a protected wetland and towering old growth tree.

Real Estate
The majority of homes in the West Portland Park neighborhood were built from the early1950s to the late 1980s in the Ranch or similarly tidy styles. Some old Craftsman and Victorian structures can be found among the immaculately maintained mid-century designs, along with some Condo and back-fill developments.

Zip Codes
The West Portland Park neighborhood uses the 97219 ZIP code.

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Downtown Portland

Old Chinatown Real Estate
(Downtown Portland)

Overview
Portland's original main street is now a thriving mixed-use neighborhood at the heart of downtown. Straddling the North/South dividing line of West Burnside Street, Old Town Chinatown features some of the best  urban amenities for those who enjoy the fast pace of city life. This historical neighborhood also invests heavily in its many long-term residents and is home to an impressive assortment of chic bars, shops and eateries unique to Portland.

With its grand old turn of the century buildings and distinctly urban feel, Old Town Chinatown is one of the most interesting and diverse neighborhoods in the city. From the venerable Wilf's Piano Bar at Union Station to the funky Saturday Market and myriad independent ethnic shops sprinkled throughout Old Town Chinatown, this area offers something for nearly everyone.

It also includes the Skidmore Historic district as well as the Japantown New Chinatown district, and is home to a plethora of diverse ethnic restaurants, shops, galleries, and nightlife.

Parks & Recreation
Old Town Chinatown is home to the Portland Chinese Classical Gardens where you will enjoy a peaceful refuge from the hustle and bustle of the city, or if you are looking for a more lively affair, the Portland Saturday Market is the largest outdoor arts and crafts market in the City. For historic outings, Old Town Chinatown is home to the Oregon Jewish Muesum or the Oregon Maritime Museum.

Real Estate
The growing number of homeownership opportunities in the Old Town Chinatown neighborhood includes several newly renovated Lofts and Condos.  The Old Town Chinatown Neighborhood association has an excellent website where you can learn more about the area.

Zip Codes
The Old Town Chinatown uses the 97204 and 97209 zipcodes.

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The Pearl District Real Estate
(Downtown Portland)

Overview
The Pearl District is one of the hottest neighborhoods in the city, and is a popular destination for arts and cultural activities as well as bars and nightlife. It offers extensive options for dining, shopping and has a bit of something for everyong; young professionals will applaud it's nightlife, yet it was also named one of the Best Neighborhoods to Retire in 2007 by Money Magazine.

Of course, all the excitement has also served to drive real estate prices up higer than in many other parts of the city, in which case you may find it a nice place just to go for a stroll, with many hip art galleries and boutiques to browse and the business district publishes a free Pearl District map.

Parks & Recreation
The North Park blocks offer 3 acres of wide open paths to stroll with basket ball courts, bocce ball courts, and a playground. A few blocks northwest of the park blocks is Jamison Square with a lovely fountain and modern art sculptures. Continuing northward leads to Tanner Springs park, the site of a former wetland, that now offers meandering paths and waterways with grassy lawns and scattered statues.

Real Estate
The Pearl district area is home to many older brick buildings and was formerly an industrial area which is now being gentrified and converted into unique residential lofts and condos. There is also some new construction of highrise condos, and it is sometimes compared to New York City's SoHo neighborhood due to it's chic blend of old industrial combined with modern luxury.

Zip Codes
The Pearl District neighborhood uses the 97209 zipcode.

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Southeast Portland

Ardenwald-Johnson Creek Real Estate
(Southeast Portland)

Overview
With its lush wetlands areas, towering Douglas Firs and winding country lanes, the Ardenwald neighborhood is truly a rustic oasis in the city. Many of the lots in this area are bordered by small greenspaces, adding privacy and beauty to the list of comforts this neighborhood has to offer.

The Ardenwald-Johnson Creek neighborhood sits astride the Portland/Milwaukie border and is bisected by the Springwater Corridor, the Southeast segment of the scenic 40-Mile Loop multi-use trail. Several small, locally owned shops, bakeries and restaurants are located in the neighborhood with a few larger commercial districts sprinkled throughout the surrounding areas.

Parks & Recreation
The Tideman Johnson Natural Area is a great place to relax and take in the peaceful atmosphere of the neighborhood or explore the several paved and natural hiking trails open to the public. Less than a mile away sits Johnson Creek Park, which features picnic tables, playgrounds, and a small stream that eddies into the local duck pond. Johnson Creek itself runs through the neighborhood and is home to an abundance of small wildlife and waterfowl.

Real Estate
Homes in this quaint neighborhood run the gamut from small mid-century ranch styles to large Victorian and Old Portland styles.

Zip Codes
The Ardenwald neighborhood uses the 97202 and 97222 zipcodes.

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Brentwood-Darlington Real Estate
(Southeast Portland)

Overview
Situated along the southern border of Multnomah County, the Brentwood-Darlington neighborhood has many of the characteristics common to outer Southeast areas including a rural atmosphere and easy access to highways, recreational areas and shopping centers.

Due to the efforts of residents and city-sponsored revitalization programs, Brentwood-Darlington is slowly coming into its own as an affordable, livable place to call home. With an active Community Association and multitude of greenspaces, this neighborhood attracts many first-time homebuyers and young families.

Parks & Recreation
Brentwood Park, the 14.5 acre day park located near the center of the neighborhood, offers paved walking paths, picnic areas, ball fields and an off-leash area for dogs. Flavel Park and Harney Park are the Brentwood-Darlington neighborhood's other day parks and sport many of the same amenities. At the Southern border of the neighborhood lies the Errol Heights Property, a public recreational area with 3 spring-fed ponds and miles of natural hiking trails, as well as an entrance to the Springwater Corridor: the major portion of the 40-Mile Loop multi-use trail.

Real Estate
The Brentwood-Darlington neighborhood is filled with a variety of home styles with many Bungalow, Craftsman and newly constructed Townhomes and Condos to choose from.

Zip Codes
The Brentwood-Darlington neighborhood uses the 97206 ZIP Code.

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Brooklyn Real Estate
(Southeast Portland)

Overview
The Southeast Portland Brooklyn neighborhood is connected to the scenic Willamette River by Portland's new Eastbank Esplanade, a 1.5 mile pedestrian corridor that includes a 1200 foot floating walkway and large public dock. Brooklyn is home to many long-term residents who value the relaxed environment and tight-knit community that make this area so attractive.

Quiet streets and affordable homes are just a few of the charming qualities of the Brooklyn neighborhood. A few beloved local eateries and the venerable Aladdin Theater add some spice to this predominately residential area.

Parks & Recreation
In addition to being connected to the 40 mile Springwater Corridor Trail through the Eastbank Esplanade, this well-established neighborhood is home to Brooklyn Park, which features a playground, ball field, a large off-leash area for dogs. Locals head to the park on warm summer nights to enjoy free movies and popcorn courtesy of Portland Parks and Recreation's Movies in the Park program.

Real Estate
Homes in the Brooklyn area are typically single family Queen Anne or Old Portland homes, with some new construction of Townhouses and Condos. Modest Bungalow and Cottage style homes are also abundant in this area.

Zip Codes
The Brooklyn neighborhood uses the 97202 ZIP Code.

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Buckman Real Estate
(Southeast Portland)

Overview
The popular Buckman neighborhood is packed with Portland charm in the form of beautifully restored vintage homes, a lively atmosphere and a colorful mix of locally owned shops and eateries.  Hawthorne Boulevard runs through a portion of the neighborhood and adds to the vibrant atmosphere with its plethora of boutiques, galleries and music venues.

As the oldest neighborhood on Portland's East side, Buckman is home to many of the city's historical places, including the Lone Fir Cemetery which was founded in 1855. The Western boundary of the Buckman neighborhood is defined by the Willamette River and Eastbank Esplanade.

Parks & Recreation
The Eastbank Esplanade is a bicycle and pedestrian path that follows the East bank of the Willamette River for 1.5 miles before connecting with the 40-plus mile Springwater Corridor multi-use trail, and includes the longest floating walkway of its kind in the US. At over 4 acres, Colonel Summers Park features picnic areas, tennis and basketball courts, free Wi-Fi and plenty of open space for relaxing or playing Frisbee.

Real Estate
The Buckman neighborhood has a wide variety of homes to choose from including vintage Portland Foursquare, Craftsman, Bungalow and Victorian in addition to several newly constructed Lofts and Condos.

Zip Codes
The Buckman neighborhood uses the 97214 ZIP code.

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Creston-Kenilworth Real Estate
(Southeast Portland)

Overview
Peaceful streets, charming homes and a full schedule of community activities are some of the things that make this area so popular with families and first-time homebuyers. An artistic atmosphere, the recent addition of a few trendy bars and comfy coffee shops, two beautiful day parks, a fantastic Community Music Center and close proximity to Reed College are just a few of the amenities this neighborhood has to offer.

The close-in Southeast Creston-Kenilworth neighborhood is a great place to live if you're looking for a quiet community with convenient access to downtown, nearby recreational areas and the hip commercial districts of Southeast Division and Hawthorne streets without the large price-tags often associated with these amenities.

Parks & Recreation
Kenilworth Park is located near the center of the Creston-Kenilworth neighborhood and features wide open spaces, towering old-growth trees, two playground areas, free Wi-Fi and picnic areas. Creston Park is the area's other day park and has a very popular community pool and large off-leash area for dogs. The Crystal Springs Rhododendron Gardens is located adjacent to the Eastmoreland Golf Course just a few miles from the center of Creston. Open year-round, admission into this storybook garden is $3.00 and gives you all day access to the fountains, waterfalls, wildlife and more than 2500 types of Rhododendrons, Azaleas and companion plants.

Real Estate
Houses in the Creston-Kenilworth neighborhood range from classic East Portland and Cottage homes to Victorian, Queen Anne, Bungalow and mid-century Ranch styles. Some newer construction can also be found, with a few Condos and Townhouses sprinkled throughout the neighborhood.

Zip Codes
The Creston-Kenilworth neighborhood uses the 97202 and 97206 zipcodes.

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Eastmoreland Real Estate
(Southeast Portland)

Overview
Filled with stately homes on large lots and winding streets canopied by ancient Elm trees, the Eastmoreland neighborhood has a decidedly relaxed air of sophistication and gentility. Built around the 100 acre Reed College campus, this area is home to the award winning Eastmoreland Golf Course and remarkable storybook Crystal Springs Rhododendron Garden.

Though Eastmoreland itself is a purely residential neighborhood, the lively commercial districts of Sellwood and Moreland are located just a few minutes away by car or bike.

Parks & Recreation
Berkley Park, located at Southeast 39th and Bybee Blvd. is the local neighborhood day park featuring lovely walking paths winding between towering Elms, ball fields and playing courts, picnic areas, a children's playground and shallow wading pool. At the Southern edge of the neighborhood lies the 9.49 acre Crystal Springs Rhododendron Gardens, filled with over 2500 Rhododendrons, Azaleas and companion plants in addition to miles of walking paths, wooden bridges, waterfalls and a lovely duck pond.

Real Estate
A few mid-century Ranch and Bungalows can be found tucked between the expansive English Country, Tudor, Cape Cod Colonial Revival and Stone Manor homes that fill the beautiful Eastmoreland neighborhood.

Zip Codes
The Eastmoreland neighborhood uses the 97202 zipcode.

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Foster Powell Real Estate
(Southeast Portland)

Overview
A rich and diverse cultural heritage, excellent restaurants, convenient access to shopping and affordable properties all mark the Foster-Powell neighborhood as a great place to settle down. Thanks to efforts by residents and city revitalization programs, this area has experienced a great deal of positive growth in recent years.

This small, triangular neighborhood is tucked between the Lents and Creston-Kenilworth areas in the Southeast section of the city, and shares many of the same qualities that make those neighborhoods so popular with young families and first-time homebuyers.

Parks & Recreation
Mt. Scott Park and Essex Park are the two lovely day parks serving the Foster-Powell community. Take a stroll through the trees in either park and enjoy the community atmosphere, ball fields, abundant picnic areas and lighted tennis courts. The Y Arts Center is also located in the Foster-Powell neighborhood and offers a variety of arts and crafts classes to families and adults at affordable rates.

Real Estate
The Foster-Powell neighborhood is home to many architectural styles. Many of the homes in this neighborhood have been renovated and include Bungalow, Craftsman and mid-century designs in addition to several newly built Condos and Townhouses.

Zip Codes
The Foster Powell neighborhood uses the 97206 ZIP code.

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Hosford-Abernathy Real Estate
(Southeast Portland)

Overview
Bounded by the Willamette River and the popular Hawthorne Boulevard district, the Hosford-Abernathy is a classic Southeast Portland neighborhood featuring a healthy mix of trendy shops, bistros, night spots and family-friendly gathering places.

With its lovely old homes, convenient close-in location and artsy, home-town feel, Hosford-Abernathy is yet another continually evolving area of the city that appeals to a wide range of tastes and budgets.

Parks & Recreation
Powell Park is located at the corner of Southeast Powell Boulevard and 26th Avenue, and includes basketball courts, children's playground, a ball field and rustic picnic areas. The nearby Ladd's Addition area features several lovely rose gardens and gorgeous, canopied streets to explore.

Real Estate
Most of the homes in Hosford-Abernathy were built before the 1950s and feature all the unique character and charm you expect from the vintage Arts and Crafts, Bungalow, Queen Anne and Portland Foursquare styles. Some new construction can also be found in the form of green-built Condos and modern single-family homes.

Zip Codes
The Hosford-Abernathy neighborhood uses the 97202 and 97214 ZIP codes.

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Kerns Real Estate
(Southeast Portland)

Overview
Urban amenities abound in the close-in East Portland Kerns neighborhood. A thriving art scene, destination dining spots and first-rate shopping are a few of the things that draw homeowners to this trendy area, while nice homes and great schools make it an ideal neighborhood for families who enjoy city life.

Straddling the North/South border of East Burnside Street, the Kerns neighborhood is a charming and eclectic mix of youthful energy and historic East Portland tradition.

Parks & Recreation
Oregon Park and the Everett Community Garden provide residents of the Kerns neighborhood the opportunity to meet other locals or just enjoy a leisurely walk through the well tended community gathering places. The Portland Tennis Center features several lighted outdoor courts that are available to the public free of charge from 6:00 a.m. to 10:00 p.m. daily.

Real Estate
Traditional East Portland homes make up the majority of housing options in the Kerns neighborhood, many of them restored to their original condition. Some smaller Cottages can also be found as well as an array of plexes and multi-family dwellings.

Zip Codes
The Kerns neighborhood uses the 97223 and 97214 ZIP Codes.

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Laurelhurst Real Estate
(Southeast Portland)

Overview
Passing under the historic stone arches that mark entry to the desirable Laurelhurst neighborhood, visitors are greeted by a fairytale landscape of towering old growth trees and prize-winning flower gardens- an ideal backdrop for the immaculate classic Portland homes that line the area's signature wide, curving streets.

Laurelhurst is also adjacent to Lloyd Center, Oregon's largest shopping mall, which shares the neighborhood's nearby commercial district with a multitude of fashionable urban boutiques, gourmet bakeries, coffee shops and destination dining spots. Just 10 minutes from downtown, this historic area combines the best of Old Portland charm and modern style.

Parks & Recreation
Modeled after New York City's Central Park, the expansive Laurelhurst Park covers over 25 acres of rolling hills under magnificent evergreen and flowering trees, and features paved walking paths, a large duck pond, ball courts and fields, picnic areas,  and its own community center.

Real Estate
The typical Laurelhurst neighborhood home is anything but typical: expansive brick estate homes, cedar shingled modern construction and tidy mid-century bungalows sit alongside airy Craftsman, classic Portland Foursquare and Arts and Crafts style homes.

Zip Codes
The Laurelhurst neighborhood uses the 97232 and 97214 ZIP Codes.

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Montavilla Real Estate
(Southeast Portland)

Overview
Straddling the line between Northeast and Southeast Portland to the East of downtown, the Montavilla neighborhood is considered an affordable and practical alternative to similar areas in the city.

With views of spectacular Mt. Tabor, a blossoming cultural district and supply of reasonably priced homes, Montavilla is coming into its own as an excellent neighborhood for families and first time homeowners. Proximity to great shopping and dining, outlying recreational spots and good schools are just a few of the things this neighborhood has to offer.

Parks & Recreation
Berrydale Park and Montavilla Park are available for families and those looking for a peaceful place to enjoy an afternoon out of the house; featuring natural and picnic areas, ball fields and free Wi-Fi access. The Berrydale Community Garden is a favorite with kids and grown ups alike. At over 195 acres, Mt. Tabor Park is located on an extinct volcano just outside the Montavilla neighborhood and includes numerous hiking trails, playing fields, ball courts, public art and stunning views of the metro area.

Real Estate
Modest Bungalows and English Cottages share the Montavilla neighborhood with a number of Farmhouses, Ranch-style and custom design single family homes. Due to city revitalization efforts, many affordable Townhomes and Condos are also available.

Zip Codes
The Montavilla neighborhood uses the 97213,97215,97216 and 97220 zipcodes.

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Mount Scott
(Southeast Portland)

Overview
Centered around the lovely Mt. Scott day park, this petite neighborhood in Portland's Southeast section enjoys a thriving cultural community and a family-friendly atmosphere.

With its old fashioned roller rink, state of the art fitness equipment and remarkable swimming pool complex, the exceptional Mt. Scott Community Center is a popular gathering place for locals. Tea houses, coffee shops, trendy ethnic restaurants and small boutiques characterize the Mt. Scott commercial district while larger shopping and dining areas lie just beyond the borders of this charming neighborhood.

Parks & Recreation
The 11-plus acre Mt. Scott Park features natural and groomed paths winding among towering fir trees, a children's playground, wading pool, picnic areas, a softball field and tennis court. The Mt. Scott Community Center and Arleta SUN Community School both offer a variety of enrichment programs for children and adults.

Real Estate
From modest Bungalows and Cottages to impressively restored turn of the century homes, the Mt. Scott neighborhood displays its rich history in the form of the many affordable Farmhouses, Queen Anne, Old Portland and newly constructed Condos and Townhomes that fill the area.

Zip Codes
The Mount Scott-Arleta neighborhood uses the 97206 zipcode.

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Mount Tabor Real Estate
(Southeast Portland)

Overview
The elegant and highly desirable Mt. Tabor neighborhood is named after the extinct volcano cone that lies within its boundaries. The 600 foot high volcano cinder is home to Mt. Tabor Park, one of the city's most popular greenspaces and a citywide destination for hiking, biking and other recreational activities.

Known for its friendly residents, gorgeous homes and tranquil atmosphere, the Mt. Tabor neighborhood is located just minutes from downtown Portland and the lively Hawthorne and Division Street commercial districts.

Parks & Recreation
Situated on one of only two extinct volcano cones to be found within a city's limits in the U.S., Mt. Tabor Park is a Portland landmark featuring an outdoor amphitheater, 4 beautifully constructed water reservoirs, miles of multi-use trails, playing fields, ball courts, public art and expansive views of the city and Cascade Mountains.

Real Estate
Among the abundance of well kept Queen Anne, Arts and Crafts, Portland Foursquare, English Cottage and Colonial Revival homes that make up the Mt. Tabor neighborhood, several historic mansions and expansive custom designs can be found situated on lushly landscaped grounds. The far East and Northeast sections of the neighborhood are filled with an assortment of restored pre-war and mid-century homes.

Zip Codes
The Mt. Tabor neighborhood uses the 97215 ZIP Code.

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North Tabor Real Estate
(Southeast Portland)

Overview
Also known as the Center neighborhood, North Tabor is a small, inner Southeast neighborhood with a big heart. This area's one large commercial shopping center is complemented by a selection of top-rated locally owned shops and eateries, while affordable homes, quiet streets and a low-key atmosphere make this a popular neighborhood for creatives and young families.

With over 3000 employees and nearly 1000 physicians on staff, Providence Portland Medical Center is this area's largest employer and one of the defining features of the neighborhood.

Parks & Recreation
At just over 2 acres, the Rosemont Bluff Natural Area is the North Tabor neighborhood's jewel in the rough.  Hiking trails wind through this span of native foliage and provide a perfect opportunity to view some native bird species.  Mt. Tabor Park is also nearby, offering miles of hiking and biking trails, a playground, ball fields and spectacular vistas.

Real Estate
A variety of modern and turn-of-the-century homes can be found in this area alongside the large, airy Old Portland homes that dominate the North Tabor neighborhood's architecture.

Zip Codes
The North Tabor neighborhood uses the 97213 ZIP Code.

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Reed College Real Estate
(Southeast Portland)

Overview
Named after the celebrated liberal arts college located within its boundaries, Reed is the smallest neighborhood in Southeast Portland. Wide, canopied streets curve past elegant homes and gardens, connecting residents to the Crystal Springs Rhododendron Garden and Eastmoreland Golf Course and Playground.

Although the Reed neighborhood is itself purely residential, the commercial and entertainment districts of downtown Portland, Woodstock and Hawthorne are just a few minutes away by car or bike.

Parks & Recreation
In addition to the immensely walkable Reed College campus, the Crystal Springs Rhododendron Garden sits just beyond the border of the neighborhood and features lovely waterfalls, walking paths and a bridged duck pond tucked into the several hundred varieties of Rhododendron and Azalea blossoms. Berkeley Park is Reed's largest day park with over 6 acres of expansive lawns dotted with towering old-growth trees, a children's playground, ball courts, playing fields and a wading pool.

Real Estate
Expansive, immaculately kept homes in the Arts and Crafts, Tudor and English Cottage styles make up most of the Northern portion of the Reed neighborhood, while an abundance of late 1970s Ranch and multi-level apartment complexes surround the Reed College campus to the South.

Zip Codes
The Reed College neighborhood uses the 97202 ZIP Code.

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Richmond Real Estate
(Southeast Portland)

Overview
From the trendy, Bohemian feel of the Hawthorne district at its Northern border to the refreshingly independent atmosphere of Division Street to the South, the Richmond neighborhood is a vibrant area with a rich and diverse cultural landscape.

In between the dining and entertainment meccas of the Division and Hawthorne quarters you will find large pockets of pedestrian friendly streets lined with splendid Old Portland homes. This close-in Southeast Portland neighborhood combines the best of relaxed urban living with the aggressively forward-thinking community atmosphere that consistently earns the city top placement on national Best Places lists.

Parks & Recreation
Sewall Crest Park is a lovely oasis featuring expansive lawns, a children's playground, off-leash areas for dogs and free Wi-Fi access. While the Ivon and Sewall Crest Community Gardens offer residents a chance to have fun while learning the fine art of gardening.

Real Estate
The Richmond neighborhood has charm and character to spare in the form of pre-war Bungalows, cozy Cottages, English Tudor and Old Portland Foursquare style architecture. A few mid-century ranch and "skinny" homes are also sprinkled throughout the area, along with some newly constructed Condos.

Zip Codes
The Richmond neighborhood uses the 97202, 97206, 97214 and 97215 ZIPcodes.

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Sellwood Real Estate
(Southeast Portland)

Overview
Sellwood is quiet residential neighborhood situated on a bluff on the East bank of the Willamette river. It is very pedestrian friendly with wide sidewalks and a vibrant retail district, including a diverse selection of mainstream and ethnic restaurants and a variety of independent retailers. Sellwood is very community oriented and enjoys an almost quaint small town atmosphere.

The small town character can probably be attributed in part to its origins as an independent town that was eventually annexed into the city of Portland in 1893. It is home to a well known antique row for acclaimed vintage shopping, and has a number of historic buildings along the main commercial blocks. The local restaurants. cafes, and pubs include a wide variety of cuisines such as Italian, Thai, Greek, Mexican, and Vietnamese.

Parks & Recreation
On the west end of Sellwood is the Oaks Amusement Park, one of the oldest and longest running amusement parks in the country. There are also four major parks in the Sellwood-Westmoreland area: the Sellwood Park, Sellwood Riverfront Park, Oaks Bottom Wildlife Refuge, and the Westmoreland Park.

The Sellwood Park is located on a bluff above the river, and has baseball, basketball, and tennis courts, along with picnic tables and a community swimming pool that is open in the summer time. Immediately downhill from this is the Sellwood Riverfront Park which has a small dock, an offleash area for dogs, and access to trails including the Springwater Corridor trail. The trails lead into the Oaks Bottom Wildlife Refuge, which offers 140 acres of natural habitat and wetlands, with hiking trails around the perimeter. Finally, the Westmoreland Park at McLoughlin Blvd & Bybee has 42 acres with basketball courts, baseball & football fields, and many paths and picnic areas.

Real Estate
The majority of the residential properties in Sellwod are older single family homes in the Arts & Crafts and Bungalow styles, with a few larger condo and townhomes developments along the riverfront and scattered about primarily in the area South of Tacoma. Many homes offer easy pedestrian access to parks, trails, and shopping, and some of the condos offer riverfront views.

Zip Codes
The Sellwood-Moreland neighborhood uses the 97202 ZIP code.

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South Tabor Real Estate
(Southeast Portland)

Overview
With all the advantages of the genteel Mt. Tabor neighborhood and then some, South Tabor boasts some of the city's best views of Mt. Hood. Like its neighbor to the North, South Tabor is bordered by the very popular Mt. Tabor Park and is filled with quiet, leafy streets and an eclectic range of home styles, including grand Victorian estates and snug Bungalows. One of the things that sets this area apart from other attractive Southeast Portland locations is its affordable prices. Many homes in the South Tabor neighborhood have been lovingly restored to their original pre-war glory while some of the properties are still considered fixers and great opportunities for investment.

Parks & Recreation
The South Tabor neighborhood is situated at the base of Mt. Tabor Park which covers one of only two extinct volcano cones to be found within a city's limits in the U.S. Mt. Tabor Park is a Portland landmark featuring an outdoor amphitheater, 4 beautifully constructed water reservoirs, miles of multi-use trails, playing fields, ball courts, public art and expansive views of the city and Cascade Mountains.

Real Estate
Nearly every Portland architectural style can be found in the South Tabor neighborhood: Queen Anne, English Tudor, Craftsman, Cape Cod, English Cottage and Portland Foursquare.

Zip Codes
The South Tabor neighborhood uses the 97206 ZIP code.

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Sunnyside Real Estate
(Southeast Portland)

Overview
Also known as the Belmont District, the desirable Sunnyside neighborhood is a vibrant example of Portland's charming individuality. Organic grocers, gourmet tea shops and one-of-a-kind clothing boutiques line up along Southeast Belmont's busy sidewalks next to trendy nightspots, dollar theaters and upscale hair salons, drawing visitors from across the metro area.

With a thriving commercial district, safe streets and excellent schools, it's easy to see why the close-in Sunnyside neighborhood is one of the most sought after areas on Portland's inner East side.

Parks & Recreation
Sewallcrest Park is the Sunnyside neighborhood's day park, with nearly 5 acres of rolling green space, an off-leash area for dogs, paved walking paths, a large children's playground, a basketball court and playing fields. Nearby Laurelhurst and Mt. Tabor parks are also a short bike ride away, and offer a combined 200-plus acres of parkland to explore.

Real Estate
Many affordable homes can still be found in the Sunnyside neighborhood, which is overflowing with gorgeous Old Portland Foursquares, Craftsman, Victorian and Bungalow styles. Brand new, ecologically friendly Lofts and Condominiums can also be found along Southeast Belmont Street.

Zip Codes
The Sunnyside neighborhood uses the 97214 zipcode.

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Woodstock Real Estate
(Southeast Portland)

Overview
This cozy Southeast Portland neighborhood is known for its charming, relaxed central business district, lovely homes and congenial atmosphere. Woodstock is bordered by the stately Eastmoreland neighborhood, and although it shares many traits with its genteel neighbor to the East, housing prices in Woodstock remain relatively modest.

Home to a diverse mix of locally owned shops, cafes and restaurants, Woodstock is a fun, interesting and family friendly place to live.

Parks & Recreation
Woodstock Park is situated at the corner of Southeast 47th Avenue and Steel Street, and includes 14 acres of gently rolling lawns under gorgeous old-growth trees, picnic areas, ball courts, playing fields, a children's playground, off-leash area for dogs, horseshoe pits and public art. The open Reed College Campus and Eastmoreland Golf Course are also popular nearby places to enjoy a stroll or take in some of the local flora and fauna.  Friends and families gather at the Woodstock Community Center for classes and activities such as readings by local authors.

Real Estate
Modest Bungalows and Cottages line the quiet streets of the Woodstock neighborhood along with Craftsman, Arts and Crafts, split-level and other post-war designs.

Zip Codes
The Woodstock neighborhood uses the 97206 ZIP code.

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East Portland

Argay Real Estate
(East Portland)

Overview
This lovely pocket neighborhood in the outer Northeast section of the city is known for its park like setting, attractive homes and well manicured lawns. The Argay neighborhood's exceptional schools and safe streets draw families and young homebuyers seeking a comfortable place to live with easy access to nearby commercial areas.

In addition to the quiet streets and community atmosphere, Argay enjoys a close relationship with the surrounding neighborhoods and takes pride in the many programs and youth activities sponsored by residents.

Parks & Recreation
The Argay neighborhood is bordered on one side by the Columbia River, the largest river in the Pacific Northwest, and is home to the 8-plus acre Argay Park where people of all ages enjoy the gorgeous landscaping, walking trails, well groomed miniature flower gardens and picnic areas.

Real Estate
Most homes in the Argay neighborhood are modest mid-century designs with clean lines and spacious rooms situated on quiet streets or cul-de-sacs. Condos, Townhomes and charming Old Portland style homes can also be found in the area.

Zip Codes
The Argay neighborhood uses the 97230 ZIP Code.

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Centennial Real Estate
(East Portland)

Overview
The outer Southeast Portland Centennial neighborhood borders the sprawling suburb of Gresham and serves as a transitional area between the two cities. With a large and diverse population, Centennial features a thriving commercial area, well-funded schools and an array of ethnic diners and boutiques.

This quiet, suburban-feeling area is filled with large, comfortable homes on oversized lots surrounded by the natural beauty of old-growth fir and oak trees.

Parks & Recreation
Powell Butte, one of 3 extinct cinder cones found within Portland's city limits, rises above the Centennial neighborhood and features over 9 miles of hiking and biking trails, an abundance of native wildlife, and unparalleled views of the city and Cascade mountain range. Parklane and Lynchview day parks offer locals a combined 30 acres of greenspace, complete with playgrounds, off-leash areas, ball courts and playing fields.

Real Estate
Homes in the Centennial neighborhood range from tidy, well-kept bungalows to sprawling estates. Most of the homes in this area were erected before 1980, with some new construction of Condos and Townhomes available at very affordable prices.

Zip Codes
The Centennial neighborhood uses the 97233 ZIP Code.

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Glenfair Real Estate
(East Portland)

Overview
Straddling the Northeast/Southeast Portland border, the Glenfair neighborhood benefits from an active community association, excellent schools and several lively shopping districts. In addition to great property values and a close-in location, Glenfair's cultural diversity and proximity to recreational amenities make this a great place to look for your new home.

Parks & Recreation
Towering Firs and leafy Oak trees shade the rolling green lawns of Glenfair Park, a 5+ acre day park at the Northeast corner of the neighborhood. Residents can make a short trip to Mt. Tabor Park, Powell Butte and other nearby destination recreational areas.

Real Estate
For a small neighborhood, Glenfair boasts an unusual variety of home styles, including Northwest Contemporary, mid-century Ranch and classic East Portland architecture.

Zip Codes
The Glenfair neighborhood uses the 97230 ZIP Code.

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Hazelwood Real Estate
(East Portland)

Overview
A lovely residential oasis in outer East Portland, the Hazelwood neighborhood features affordable homes, great views and easy access to destination shopping districts such as Clackamas Town Center mall, Southeast Hawthorne Boulevard and Mall 205.

Hazelwood is home to Adventist Medical Center hospital, a major area employer and one of the state's non-profit acute care facilities.

Parks & Recreation
Cherry Blossom Park, Lincoln Park and North Powelhurst Park are each located within the Hazelwood neighborhood's borders and feature a combined 16+ acres of greenspace for kids of all ages as well as individual playgrounds, picnic and off-leash areas and shaded walking paths.

Real Estate
The Hazelwood neighborhood is comprised of modest but well-kept Cape Cod, Ranch, and Cottage style homes as well as a variety of newly constructed Townhomes and Row Houses.

Zip Codes
The Hazelwood neighborhood uses the 97216 and 97230 ZIP Codes.

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Lents Real Estate
(East Portland)

Overview
With its fascinating history and diverse population, Lents is one of the oldest and most interesting neighborhoods in the city. This up-and-coming Southeast district boasts an impressive array of ethnic and boutique eateries, several thriving retail districts and a first-class International Farmer's Market.

Lents also benefits from an active Community Association and Urban Revitalization efforts by the City of Portland, making the dream of owning one of the charming and spacious homes in this neighborhood an affordable reality.

Parks & Recreation
Lents is home to several unique wildlife and recreational areas, including the 20 acre Beggar's Tick Wildlife Refuge and the Springwater Corridor, a 16.8 mile multi-use trail that encompasses a major portion of a much larger network of paved and natural hiking trails. Numerous day parks dot the Lents area and families are welcome to take part in the many year- round neighborhood events sponsored by local schools and community organizations.

Other local urban oases include the beautiful Leach Botanical Garden, the Lents Community Garden and Zenger Farm, a 16 acre urban working farm dedicated to promoting sustainable agriculture. Each unique attraction offers a chance to enjoy the natural beauty of Lents while having fun and getting to know your new neighbors.

Real Estate
Lents offers a broad range of single family homes and new condo and townhouse developments to choose from. Most homes are located on or near public transportation routes with easy access to local schools, restaurants, shopping and recreational areas.

Zip Codes
The Lents neighborhood uses the 97266 ZIP code.

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Mill Park Real Estate
(East Portland)

Overview
Surrounded on 3 sides by the lovely Hazelwood neighborhood, Mill Park is filled with quiet streets, attractive homes and a surprisingly large number of parks and community gathering spaces.

Mill Park is bisected by Southeast 122nd Avenue, one of outer Portland's main thoroughfares, where residents take advantage of a large number of unique shopping, dining and entertainment options. Mill park is also less than 20 minutes from downtown Portland, making it a short commute to the heart of the city.

Parks & Recreation
Mill Park, Midland Park, Floyd Light Park and West Powelhurst Park offer a combined 50-plus acres of rolling lawns, groomed playing fields and shaded walking paths to explore, while the centrally located East Portland Community Center features meeting rooms, an outstanding indoor swimming pool, gymnasium and affordable enrichment classes for children and adults.

Real Estate
First time home buyers and those looking for affordable housing options will appreciate the large variety of home styles available in the Mill Park neighborhood. From modest mid-century structures to elaborate contemporary estates, this area boasts a broad range of homes to choose from.

Zip Codes
The Mill Park neighborhood uses the 97216 ZIP Code.

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Parkrose Real Estate
(East Portland)

Overview
Nearly a city unto itself, the large and well established Parkrose neighborhood boasts several vibrant commercial and entertainment districts as well as a culturally diverse atmosphere and affordable home prices.

The great Columbia River flows at the edge of Parkrose and offers residents the opportunity for first-rate boating and fishing. While public transportation is very reliable in this area, easy access to Interstate 205 makes commuting to downtown or nearby Portland International Airport a breeze.

Parks & Recreation
In addition to fishing, boating and exploring along the Columbia River, residents of the Parkrose neighborhood enjoy Senn's Dairy Park for its charming walking paths and newly renovated children's playground. For children and the young at heart, Parkrose SUN Community School offers year-round classes ranging from afternoon art programs to language studies.

Real Estate
Charming ranch and Old Portland style homes fill the Parkrose neighborhood's oversized lots, alongside a variety of Bungalows and modern construction.

Zip Codes
The Parkrose neighborhood uses the 97220 ZIP Code.

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Russell Real Estate
(East Portland)

Overview
With its garden like setting, pleasant streets and attractively kept homes lining quiet streets and cul-de-sacs, the Russell neighborhood has much to offer those seeking a suburban setting in an urban location.

Without being too close for comfort, this Northeast Portland area enjoys convenient access to Interstates 84 and 205, making commuting downtown or out to the many recreational areas of Southwest Washington and the Columbia River Gorge a breeze.

Parks & Recreation
Residents can often be found relaxing in the shade of the many towering fir trees that fill the John Luby Park, or taking advantage of the many amenities it has to offer, including a disabled access play area, picnic tables and walking paths. Thompson Park is also located in the Russell neighborhood and was named after David P. Thompson, a close friend of General Ulysses S. Grant in the late 1800s.

Real Estate
Most homes in the Russell neighborhood are pre-war to mid-century single and split-level structures that have been very well maintained by long term residents. Some new construction of Townhouses and custom homes can also be found along with a few older Farmhouses and Craftsmans.

Zip Codes
The Russell neighborhood uses the 97230 ZIP code.

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Pleasant Real Estate
(East Portland)

Overview
The bucolic Southeast Pleasant Valley neighborhood is noted for its patchwork of fields surrounding the area's many working farms and modern luxury homes. With a broadly expansive landscape and agricultural focus, it's easy to forget that this neighborhood is just 15 minutes from the bustle of downtown Portland.

Many of the new developments in Pleasant Valley have been built in response to the growing demand for secure, family friendly housing with easy access to inner-city amenities.

Parks & Recreation
At the center of the Pleasant Valley neighborhood rises Powell Butte, an awe inspiring extinct volcano cinder covered in acres of forest and meadowlands. Picnic areas, miles of hiking trails and unparalleled views of the city and Willamette Valley draw visitors to the top of the butte, while several smaller area parks offer additional opportunities for fun and leisure.

Real Estate
Large modern estates and newly developed pocket communities feel right at home next to century-old farm homes in Pleasant Valley.

Zip Codes
The Pleasant Valley neighborhood uses the 97236 zipcode.

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Powellhurst Real Estate
(East Portland)

Overview
Natural beauty and affordable home prices are the hallmarks of the Powellhurst Gilbert neighborhood, located in the Southeast section of the city.

Featuring large sections both close-in and farther out from downtown, Powellhurst Gilbert was originally a planned suburb of early Portland, and is still one of the largest neighborhoods in the Southeast quadrant.

Parks & Recreation
Not surprisingly for a large neighborhood filled with natural beauty, Powellhurst Gilbert is filled with lovely day parks cared for by the city and local community. Ed Benedict Park at the corner of Southeast 100th Avenue and Powell Boulevard is a perfect example of the area's many outdoor community gathering places featuring acres of manicured lawns, a children's playground, picnic areas, ball fields and exceptional public art.

Real Estate
From early 1900s farmsteads along the outlying borders of Powellhurst Gilbert, to mid-1950s Cape Cods and Bungalows nestled against newly built energy efficient homes closer in, this area boasts a wide variety of affordable homes to choose from.

Zip Codes
The Powellhurst Gilbert neighborhood uses the 97236 ZIP Code.

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Wilkes Real Estate
(East Portland)

Overview
Located at the outer East edge of Portland's city limits, the Wilkes neighborhood is bordered by the Columbia River and the City of Gresham. Much of this area remains undeveloped, and residents enjoy the privacy and serenity afforded by Wilkes' thickly forested landscape.

Still just 20 minutes from downtown Portland, the Wilkes neighborhood also offers close proximity to the popular outlet stores of nearby Troutdale and easy access to Interstate Highways 84 and 205.

Parks & Recreation
The great Columbia River and nearby Columbia River Gorge provide endless recreational opportunities for outdoor enthusiasts including fishing, boating, hiking and bird watching. McMenamins' historic Edgefield Manor in Troutdale is a destination location for events, fine dining, golfing, movies and live summer concerts.

Real Estate
Most of the homes in the Wilkes neighborhood have been built since the early 1970s, with many new energy efficient houses still being constructed. Of the older homes in the area, styles range from rambling Farmhouses to tiny Cottages.

Zip Codes
The Wilkes neighborhood uses the 97230 zipcode.

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North Portland

Arbor Lodge Real Estate
(North Portland)

Overview
This upwardly mobile neighborhood has seen a frenzy of positive growth in recent years. Due in part to the influx of young homebuyers and city-sponsored improvements such as the new Light Rail expansion, homes in this area continue to appreciate at record rates.

Residents of the Arbor Lodge neighborhood take pride in their community and show their spirit by investing in each other and the eclectic array of locally owned shops and restaurants in the area. The recent addition of the New Seasons and an expanded Fred Meyer superstore have helped anchor the commercial district and improve the area's profile.

Parks & Recreation
Arbor Lodge Park is the primary neighborhood day park for joggers, picnickers, families and anyone interested in relaxing under the shade of its many old growth trees. The park also offers a newly renovated playground, playing field and free Wi-Fi access. Just to the west of the Arbor Lodge neighborhood is Peninsula Park, the site of Portland's first official Rose Garden. At over 16 acres, this historic park has all the modern amenities you would expect including a lighted wading pool, disabled access to the many open-air and covered picnic areas, public art and a large stage for outdoor performances.

Real Estate
Homes in the Arbor Lodge neighborhood range from classic Old Portland, Cape Cod and Bungalow to Tudor and Ranch styles.

Zip Codes
The Arbor Lodge neighborhood uses the 97217 ZIP Code.

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Bridgeton Real Estate
(North Portland)

Overview
Located on the South shore of the North Portland Harbor along the Columbia River, the Bridgeton neighborhood is an ideal setting for nature lovers and boating enthusiasts.  Easy access to the great river, numerous pristine riparian areas and several marinas and floating home moorages are some of the unique amenities this beautiful area has to offer.

With its lovely remote setting, you would never guess that the Bridgeton neighborhood is less than 15 minutes from the heart of downtown Portland to the South and just a few miles from the shopping centers of Jantzen Beach and sports fields of Delta Park to the North.

Parks & Recreation
In addition to the many opportunities for hiking, bird watching and general exploration just outside your front door, the Bridgeton Slough offers a glimpse into the lives of rare and exotic waterfowl including the uncommon black-crowned night herons that make this area their home during winter months.

Real Estate
The Bridgeton neighborhood features an array of Floating Homes, Row Houses, upscale Condos and luxury single-family residences situated along the shore of the Columbia River.

Zip Codes
The Bridgeton neighborhood uses the 97217 ZIP Code.

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Cathedral Park Real Estate
(North Portland)

Overview
Named after the park that in turn gets its name from the cathedral-like columns of the historic St. Johns Bridge, The Cathedral Park neighborhood boasts an abundance affordably priced homes with lovely views of the Willamette River and Forest Park.

Low crime rates, a peaceful community setting and convenient location are just a few amenities this charming neighborhood has to offer.

Parks & Recreation
Located under the St. Johns Bridge, Cathedral Park gives residents an opportunity to explore over 23 acres of natural wildlife habitat. A summer Jazz Festival, off-leash area for dogs, boat ramp and Wi-Fi access are all free to anyone visiting this historic day park. The St. Johns Community Garden is also a great place to enjoy the best in urban greenspaces.

Real Estate
Many of the homes set into the steep hills above the Willamette River are modern luxury estates with stunning views of the river and beyond. Along the gently rolling hills of the lower section of the neighborhood, you will find a diverse mix of home styles including Old Portland, Craftsman and mid-century designs.

Zip Codes
The Cathedral Park neighborhood uses the 97203 ZIP code.

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East Columbia Real Estate
(North Portland)

Overview
Bordered in part by the vast Columbia River, Portland's East Columbia neighborhood blends quiet country feel with convenient access to urban amenities.

Attractively priced homes on large lots, rolling pastures and proximity to the recreational opportunities of the great Columbia River- all less than 15 minutes from downtown and several of the city's most popular shopping and entertainment hubs.

Parks & Recreation
The Columbia Children's Arboretum began as a community project in 1965 and has grown to encompass more than 28 acres of natural area and wildlife habitat open to the public for exploration year round.

Real Estate
From modest Bungalows and renovated multi-family dwellings to expansive contemporary estates, the East Columbia neighborhood has something for nearly every taste and budget.

Zip Codes
The East Columbia neighborhood uses the 97211 ZIP Code.

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Hayden Island Real Estate
(North Portland)

Overview
Situated in the great Columbia River and the only populated island located within Portland's city limits, Hayden Island offers it residents a truly unique experience. In addition to stunning views and immediate access to the riverfront, Hayden Islanders enjoy a short walk to the thriving Jantzen Beach shopping complex at the Eastern tip of the island.

Historically, this neighborhood was serviced by ferries transporting tourists from the mainland to the Island's beaches and grand amusement parks. Today, residents take advantage of the I5 Bridge and Portland's exceptional transit system for an easy commute to downtown and Vancouver, Washington.

Parks & Recreation
Boaters and outdoor enthusiasts love Hayden Island for its wilderness areas, while Lotus Isle Park provides residents a place to enjoy the scenery from the comfort of paved walking paths, picnic tables and a children's playground.

Real Estate
Hayden Island features many gorgeous floating homes and contemporary riverfront estates in addition to manufactured homes in quiet parks and a wealth of upscale Condos and executive housing options.

Zip Codes
The Hayden Island neighborhood uses the 97217 ZIP Code.

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Kenton Real Estate
(North Portland)

Overview
Just 10 minutes from downtown and home to the Portland International Raceway and Portland Expo Center, the Kenton neighborhood has perhaps the best known mascot of all of the city's districts: a 31 foot tall statue of Paul Bunyan, erected in 1959 to commemorate Oregon State's centennial celebration and one of the recent inductees into the National Register of Historic Places.

As an affordable working class neighborhood in the Northeast section of Portland, Kenton is filled with attractive and reasonably priced homes, grand historic buildings, and community pride.

Parks & Recreation
The 340-plus acre Heron Lakes Golf Course and historic site lies at the edge of the Kenton neighborhood and was listed as one of the nation's top public courses by Golf Digest. Several charming day parks can be found in this area, and The Kenton Historic Firehouse, built by the city and dedicated in 1913, is a popular site for weddings, private parties and community events.

Real Estate
Most of the homes in the Kenton neighborhood were built between 1920 and 1940, and range from cozy Bungalows to classic East Portland styles.

Zip Codes
The Kenton neighborhood uses the 97217 ZIP Code.

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Overlook Real Estate
(North Portland)

Overview
As its name suggests, the Overlook neighborhood is situated on a bluff overlooking the Willamette Valley, West Hills and the Swan Island Industrial district. Known for its stately yet affordable homes and relaxed community feel, the Overlook area is considered one of the best places to live in North Portland.

Breathtaking views, easy access to downtown and the up and coming commercial area of North Killingsworth Street, numerous family parks and stellar public transit service are just a few of the benefits this attractive neighborhood has to offer.

Parks & Recreation
Madrona Park, Overlook Park and Patton Square Park each located in the Overlook neighborhood and feature expansive, well tended lawns, picnic sites, playgrounds, off-leash areas for dogs and free Wi-Fi access. The Beach Community Garden is one of the best in the city while the Interstate Firehouse Cultural Center offers an art gallery, educational programs and rotating menu of theater events.

Real Estate
The Overlook neighborhood is well known for its profusion of elegant homes in a range of styles: English Tudor, Cape Cod, cozy Bungalow and Cottage, Craftsman and Old Portland Foursquare.

Zip Codes
The Overlook neighborhood uses the 97217 and 97227 ZIP Codes.

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Piedmont Real Estate
(North Portland)

Overview
Adjacent to the colorful Alberta Arts and North Mississippi areas, Northeast Portland's Piedmont neighborhood has seen a great deal of targeted growth in recent years.  Known as "The Emerald" during its early days, Piedmont is filled with large homes on rolling lawns and quiet streets winding under ancient fir trees.

The innate beauty of the Piedmont neighborhood is being restored through civic and residential efforts such as a new Max Light Rail project and the increase in community organized events. With a renovated Fred Meyer store alongside New Seasons and several locally owned cafes and specialty stores, this area is gaining attention as an affordable alternative to more expensive close-in neighborhoods.

Parks & Recreation
Peninsula Park and Rose Garden, one of the oldest of its kind in the Rose City, draws residents and visitors with lovely flower gardens, picnic areas, public art, a heated outdoor pool, top rated community center, ball courts and fields, and a busy summer events schedule.

Real Estate
The growing number of homeownership opportunities in the Old Town Chinatown neighborhood includes several newly renovated Lofts and Condos.

Zip Codes
The Piedmont neighborhood uses the 97217 ZIP Code.

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Portsmouth Real Estate
(North Portland)

Overview
An excellent location for first-time homebuyers and those in search of privacy without sacrificing the convenience of a metropolitan location, the North Portland Portsmouth neighborhood offers the best of affordability and access to nearby shopping and dining.

Portsmouth is a neighborhood in transition, with a strong sense of community pride and a large number of home renovations being undertaken by new homeowners and longtime residents.

Parks & Recreation
Nine city parks can be found in the Portsmouth neighborhood, in addition to the popular McCoy and Portsmouth Community Gardens. Columbia Park, the community's largest recreational area, covers over 35 acres and features a children's playground, paved walking paths winding under ancient Elm trees, ball courts and fields, and quiet picnic areas.

Real Estate
A wide variety of traditional Portland style homes including large Craftsman, tiny Bungalows and contemporary construction can be found in the Portsmouth neighborhood.

Zip Codes
The Portsmouth neighborhood uses the 97203 zipcode.

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St. Johns Real Estate
(North Portland)

Overview
Nearly a city unto itself, St. Johns has been considered one of Portland's most desirable up-and-coming neighborhoods for several years. Reasonable housing prices, convenient close in location and fantastic views of Forest Park and surrounding natural areas all contribute to making this neighborhood a great place to live.

The uniquely constructed St. Johns Bridge is the tallest bridge in the city with two 408 foot gothic towers rising from its span across the Willamette River, and connects residents of the charming St. Johns area with the Northwest Hills recreation and industrial areas.

Parks & Recreation
The Smith and Bybee Lakes Wildlife Area is the largest protected urban wetland in the United States and includes miles of multi-use trails ideal for hiking, biking and viewing the abundant wildlife that call the area home. Kelley Point Park is a gorgeous, 100 plus acre day park featuring expansive lawns and natural areas, walking paths, historical site, public art, and picnic areas.

Real Estate
The traditional working class St. Johns neighborhood is filled with modest but well tended Cape Cods, Bungalows Portland Foursquare and Ranch homes.  Look for a few newly constructed Condos in the industrial portion of the area.

Zip Codes
The St. Johns neighborhood uses the 97203 ZIP code.

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University Park Real Estate
(North Portland)

Neighborhood Overview
Tucked between the Overlook and Cathedral Park districts, University Park is situated atop a bluff adjacent to the lovely University of Portland campus. Although this is one of the nicest areas in North Portland with more than its share of rolling lawns and lovingly restored homes, housing prices remain relatively modest.

The University Park neighborhood also boasts gorgeous views of the forested West Hills and city bridges, easy access to local shopping and entertainment areas and a serene community atmosphere.

Parks & Recreation
McKenna Park and Portsmouth Park are the neighborhood's local day parks with ball courts, playing fields, children's playgrounds and picnic areas next to expansive greenspaces and old growth trees. Harbor View Property on North Willamette Boulevard is a wonderful natural area to explore and enjoy the abundance of native wildlife.

Real Estate
Homes in the University Park neighborhood run the gamut of early Portland architectural styles, including charming Bungalows and English Cottages, large Portland Foursquare, Farmhouses, Colonial Mansions and post-war split level designs.

Zip Codes
The University Park neighborhood uses the 97203 ZIP code.

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Northeast Portland

Alameda Real Estate
(Northeast Portland)

Overview
Home to one of the most sought-after public schools in the city and located a few short blocks from the charming Beaumont Village shopping area, this residential neighborhood features some of the most beautiful and expansive homes in the city.

The heart of the Alameda neighborhood sits on the geologic formation known as the Alameda ridge, atop which you can enjoy unparalleled views of the Willamette River, Cascade Mountains, West Hills and the Portland skyline. Alameda residents enjoy a peaceful neighborhood atmosphere and the convenience of a short walk to several of Northeast's most stylish cafes and restaurants.

History
The Alameda area was originally known as "Gravelly Hill Road" in honor of a gravel pit at NE 33rd and Fremont. The name was changed in 1909 when the Alameda Land Company established the Alameda Park subdivision. The name has its origins from the Spanish word "?lamo," which refers to the cottonwood tree. Development in this area began in the early 1900s, before cars were widely available, and thus there are a number of steep pedestrian stairways running throughout the neighborhood.

Real Estate
The architectural styles include the ubiquitous Arts & Crafts, the Bungalow, and the occasional Mission style home. The neighborhood is predominantly residential and includes a number of luxury homes, particularly along the ridge where views of Downtown and Northeast Portland are possible.

Zip Codes
The Alameda neighborhood includes the zipcodes 97211 and 97212.

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Beaumont-Wilshire Real Estate
(Northeast Portland)

Overview
This welcoming and immensely livable neighborhood is situated along the top of the Alameda Ridge in the Northeast section of the city. Elegant homes, a thriving cultural district and great schools make the Beaumont-Wilshire neighborhood one of most desirable places to live in Portland.

Bisecting the neighborhood is the Beaumont Village commercial district, a contemporary, artistic mix of locally owned boutiques, groceries and restaurants, while Rose City Park and other beautiful recreational areas are just a few minutes away by car or bike.

Parks & Recreation
In the Northern section of the neighborhood lays the lovely Wilshire Park, with its rolling hills and amenities such as off-leash area for dogs, children's playground, volleyball court and wading pool.

Real Estate
The Beaumont-Wilshire neighborhood features Cottage, Cape Cod, Bungalow, Old Portland and Ranch-style homes in addition to a limited number of new construction single family homes and.  Renovated and newly built condos and lofts are becoming more plentiful in the area as the local economy continues to grow.

Zip Codes
The Beaumont-Wilshire neighborhood uses the 97211, 97212, and 97213 zipcodes.

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Boise Real Estate
(Northeast Portland)

Overview
At once hip, trendy and down to earth, the Boise neighborhood is a remarkable example of a thriving urban neighborhood with a home-town feel. Once a lonely outpost in the Northeast quadrant of Portland, this area has been revitalized in recent years and is now considered a destination spot by locals and tourists alike.

Affectionately known by natives as the Mississippi District after the street on which you'll find most of the 40 or so shops and restaurants that make this area so popular, Boise is located just a few minutes from downtown, the Alberta Arts area and historic Peninsula Park.

Parks & Recreation
DeNorval Unthank Park is the neighborhood's local getaway for picnics, softball and basketball games and children's activities, while the Boise-Eliot Community Garden is offers residents an opportunity to get their hands dirty while having fun. Just North of Killingsworth Street is Peninsula Park, with its sunken Rose Garden, Community Center, heated outdoor swimming pool and lovely walking paths.

Real Estate
The Boise neighborhood is packed with Portland charm in the form of Bungalows, Portland Foursquare homes, and a few Victorians. New construction of energy efficient Lofts and Condos is concentrated in the center of the Boise neighborhood around North Mississippi Avenue.

Zip Codes
The Boise neighborhood uses the 97227 ZIP Code.

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Concordia Real Estate
(Northeast Portland)

Neighborhood Overview
Named after the private Lutheran college located within its borders, the charming inner Northeast Concordia neighborhood is home to a thriving arts scene, numerous destination dining spots and a large population of artists and academics.

The Alberta Arts District's monthly Last Thursday art walk is Concordia's main attraction and one of Portland's most popular and vibrant cultural events. The famed McMenamins Kennedy School can also be found in this area, and draws hundreds of locals and tourists with 35 guest rooms, a movie theater, enormous soaking pool, brew pub and more.

Parks & Recreation
In addition to the remarkable shopping and dining options available in the Concordia neighborhood, residents enjoy easy access to the 27 acre Fernhill day park and family friendly Kennedy Community Garden.

Real Estate
The historic Concordia neighborhood has an abundance of beautiful old Foursquare, Craftsman and bungalow style homes, many of them lovingly refurbished. New construction of Condos and Townhomes can also be found in this area, particularly surrounding the recently revitalized Alberta Street.

Zip Codes
The Concordia neighborhood uses the 97219 ZIP Code.

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Cully Real Estate
(Northeast Portland)

Overview
Due to the city's revitalization efforts, Cully has become one of the most attractive and affordable inner Northeast Portland neighborhoods. With its close proximity to downtown and exceptional shopping and entertainment options, the Cully neighborhood is perfect for those looking for urban living at suburban prices.

Numerous parks and greenspaces provide a lovely backdrop to the wealth of large homes that line the Cully neighborhood's quiet streets and an active community awareness organization make this a great location for families.

Parks & Recreation
In addition to the remarkable shopping and dining options available in the Concordia neighborhood, residents enjoy easy access to the 27 acre Fernhill day park and family friendly Rigler Community Garden.

Real Estate
Typical of many older Portland neighborhoods, Cully features a broad range of modest mid-century ranch, Old Portland and Craftsman style homes.

Zip Codes
The Cully neighborhood uses the 97218 ZIP Code.

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Eliot Real Estate
(Northeast Portland)

Overview
Just over the historic Broadway Bridge from downtown lies the newly rejuvenated Eliot neighborhood- an area noted for its unique blend of funky Old Portland charm and enterprising commercialism.

Filled with beautifully renovated homes on quiet, shady streets, the Eliot neighborhood is also a destination for locals and tourists in search of some of the city's best regionally owned music, fashion and dining venues.

Parks & Recreation
Eliot is home to multiple lovely day parks, including the picturesque Dawson Park, with its shaded lawns, playground, ball field, public art and outdoor stage. The Matt Dishman Community Center and Pool at the heart of the neighborhood's recreational amenities and features a fitness facility, public swimming pool, ball court and community meeting rooms.

Real Estate
Charm and character define the majority of the Eliot neighborhood's home styles. Gingerbread Victorians, airy Foursqare and East Portland structures share this East Portland neighborhood with a myriad of "green" constructed contemporary homes, Condos and Lofts.

Zip Codes
The Eliot neighborhood uses the 97212 ZIP Code.

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Grant Park Real Estate
(Northeast Portland)

Overview
Bordered by the upscale Alameda and Laurelhurst neighborhoods, Northeast Portland's Grant Park is an equally sophisticated neighborhood filled with stately homes on wide, leafy streets.

Grant Park enjoys a serene, convivial atmosphere as well as close proximity to the bustling Hollywood shopping district, fashionable boutiques of Northeast Fremont Street and several outstanding recreational amenities.

Parks & Recreation
At the heart of the neighborhood is Grant Park, with its abundance of sport and relaxation options: running track, playing fields, fitness facilities, swimming pool, lighted ball courts, acres of greenspace, off-leash areas and children's playgrounds.

Real Estate
Colonial Revival, Craftsman, East Portland, Cape Cods and a selection of modest Bungalows make up the majority of home styles in the genteel Grant Park neighborhood.

Zip Codes
The Grant Park neighborhood uses the 97212 and 97213 ZIP Codes.

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Hollywood Real Estate
(Northeast Portland)

Overview
Named after the venerable Hollywood Theater located in the heart of the neighborhood, Hollywood is built around the thriving cultural district known locally as "downtown Hollywood".  An eclectic array of shops, grocery stores and bistros line Northeast Sandy Boulevard, providing residents a chance to explore a variety of shopping and dining options without venturing too far from home.

The energetic atmosphere, unique community environment and funky mix of businesses make Hollywood a terrific location for families and singles alike.

Parks & Recreation
Grant Pool offers a fun place for families to gather and cool off on hot days. The large outdoor swimming pool features 25 yards of shallow space for kids and 25 yards of deeper water for experienced swimmers. Grant Park is the neighborhood's local day park, and the Hollywood Farmers' Market has quickly become a popular and highly anticipated event taking place on Saturdays from May through October each year.

Real Estate
From stately Old Portland homes with outsized porches to comfortable Bungalows and newly constructed Condos, he Hollywood neighborhood is filled with a broad assortment of styles that appeal to a wide range of tastes.

Zip Codes
The Hollywood neighborhood uses the 97212 and 97213 zipcodes.

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Humboldt Real Estate
(Northeast Portland)

Overview
Extending beyond the young, ultra-hip Mississippi Street area in Northeast Portland, the Humboldt neighborhood has seen a lot of development in recent years and is one of the city's hottest up-and-coming areas for young artists, families and professionals alike.

Humboldt has enjoyed a long and rich cultural history, and today is considered among the most vibrant of Portland's close-in neighborhoods.

Parks & Recreation
The intimate Sumner-Albina Park offers residents a place to relax and take in some great people watching, while the Patton Community Garden encourages kids of all ages to get involved in their community by getting their hands dirty. The Albina branch library on Northeast 15th Avenue has been operating in various locations since 1906 and hosts a variety of year-round enrichment classes for children and adults.

Real Estate
From modest Cottages and Townhomes to grand Old Portland styles, Humboldt area homes are as diverse as its residents. Prices in this area are still very reasonable considering the popularity of the neighborhood, and many older homes have been recently renovated to reflect the interests of the changing population.

Zip Codes
The Humboldt neighborhood uses the 97217 ZIP Code.

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Irvington Real Estate
(Northeast Portland)

Overview
A wealth of expansive homes, a rich cultural heritage and genteel atmosphere define the Northeast Portland Irvington neighborhood.  Convenient to downtown and the Lloyd Center Mall area, the largely residential Irvington neighborhood boasts 2 small, trendy shopping districts of its own; each filled with an impressive array of fashionable shops, cafes, galleries and fine dining establishments.

This quiet, upscale area is most famous for its incredible array of renovated and immaculately kept homes that line the wide, canopied streets. A tour of the historic estates takes place each spring and offers residents and window shoppers an opportunity to view these incredible dwellings up close.

Parks & Recreation
Irving Park is located at the corner of Northeast 7th Avenue and Freemont Streets, and includes over 16 acres of flowing lawns, ball fields, tennis and basketball courts, an off-leash area for dogs, free Wi-Fi access, a wading pool, playground and paved picnic areas.

Real Estate
In addition to a small assortment of Bungalows, Portland Foursquares and Tudors, Irvington is filled with Dutch Colonials, Arts and Crafts Mansions, Colonial Revival and Prairie and Plantation style homes, many  listed on the National Register of Historic Places.

Zip Codes
The Irvington neighborhood uses the 97212 ZIP code.

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King Real Estate
(Northeast Portland)

Overview
Bordered by the historic Irvington neighborhood in Southeast Portland, the King neighborhood extends North toward the Columbia River and includes a portion of the Alberta Arts district. King shares many of the same qualities that make the Alberta and Irvington neighborhoods so desirable without the high price tags associated with these areas.

The King neighborhood features many spacious, turn of the century homes situated on large lots, an active community association and a host of businesses ranging from destination eateries to locally owned boutiques and galleries.

Parks & Recreation
The famed Peninsula Park sits at the edge of the King neighborhood and offers residents a place to take in the sights and fragrances of one of Portland's most lovely rose gardens, or enjoy an afternoon of fun at the community center and large outdoor swimming pool. There is also Alberta Park, the nearest day park featuring playing fields, ball courts, picnic areas and a wading pool.

Real Estate
Homes in the King neighborhood vary widely in price and condition. Most of the homes in this area are classic Portland designs in the Cottage, Portland Foursquare and Arts and Crafts styles.

Zip Codes
The King neighborhood uses the 97211 and 97212 ZIP codes.

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Lloyd District Real Estate
(Northeast Portland)

Overview
Anchored by the Lloyd Center Mall, the largest in the state, the Lloyd District has seen a great deal of improvement in the past decade. Overflowing with chic bistros, spas, fine restaurants and shops, the area surrounding the mall is a citywide destination for shopping and dining.

In addition to its close-in location, lively commercial districts and upscale living quarters, the Lloyd district is home to the Rose Garden Arena, Memorial Coliseum and the Oregon Convention Center.

Parks & Recreation
The 4 plus acre Holladay Park sits in the center of the Lloyd Center neighborhood and features all of the modern amenities you would expect rom an urban oasis, including well groomed lawns under a variety of flowering trees, public art, a water feature and free Wi-Fi access.

Real Estate
Homes in the Lloyd District tend to be either well maintained single family structures in the Victorian, Old Portland or Cottage style, and there are several buildings modern Condos available as well.

Zip Codes
The Lloyd District neighborhood uses the 97232 ZIP code.

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Madison South Real Estate
(Northeast Portland)

Overview
The up and coming Madison South neighborhood straddles Rocky Butte, a popular hiking and rock climbing location, features stunning views of the Cascades and downtown Portland. The serene urban retreat of The Grotto is situated at the top of a cliff in Madison South and features a private onastery, several lovely gardens to explore and hosts various musical performances throughout the year.

This inner-Southeast neighborhood enjoys close proximity to the Portland Airport, some of the city's best recreational areas and several unique shopping and dining options along Northeast 82nd Avenue.

Parks & Recreation
In addition to the exceptional recreation areas of Rocky Butte and the Grotto, Hancock Park is an inviting day park located in the Madison South neighborhood featuring picnic areas, large greenspaces, a children's playground and free Wi-Fi access.

Real Estate
Many newly constructed homes can be found among the charming prewar designs that fill the Madison South neighborhood.

Zip Codes
The Madison South neighborhood uses the 97220 and 97213 zipcodes.

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Parkrose Heights Real Estate
(Northeast Portland)

Overview
The Parkrose Heights neighborhood combines the bucolic feel of a suburban rea with the variety and cultural depth of a close-in location. Lovely homes, quiet streets, excellent schools and proximity to the Columbia River make this a great for families and first time homebuyers.

Parkrose Heights also enjoys easy access to the Portland Airport and nearby freeways, making a trip downtown or to the heart of the beautiful Columbia River Gorge a breeze.

Parks & Recreation
Knott Park and Merrifield Park are the Parkrose Heights local day parks featuring playing fields, greenspaces, children's playgrounds and picnic areas. The Gregory Heights branch of the Multnomah County Library has been operating in the same location since 1966 and offers a variety of programs for families.

Real Estate
Many older Cape Cod, Bungalow and English Cottage-style homes are sprinkled throughout the Parkrose Heights neighborhood among the mid-century and newly constructed split-level and modern designs that dominate the area.

Zip Codes
The Parkrose Heights neighborhood uses the 97220 ZIP Code.

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Rose City Park Real Estate
(Northeast Portland)

Overview
Platted in 1907, the historic Northeast Portland Rose City Park neighborhood was mentioned in the July 2008 issue of Forbes Magazine and enjoys a local reputation for being one of the most livable areas in the city.

Shopping and dining destinations abound in this neighborhood, as well as gracious older homes with beautifully tended garden landscaping and family-friendly gathering places. Just minutes from downtown by car or public transit, and bordered by the upscale Beaumont and funky Hollywood neighborhoods, Rose City Park has charm, substance and style to spare.

Parks & Recreation
The Erv Lind Stadium and neighboring Normandale Park are used extensively by residents and tourists during Portland State University's Women's Softball games and other sporting events, while Frazer and Rose City day parks feature acres of expansive lawns, shaded walking paths, off-leash areas, ball courts and playgrounds.

Real Estate
Rose City Park home styles are typical of those found in many East Portland neighborhoods: airy, expansive Foursquares, gracious Colonials, tidy English Cottages and comfortable Bungalows with a mix of newly constructed Townhomes and Condos.

Zip Codes
The Rose City Park neighborhood uses the 97213 ZIP Code.

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Roseway Real Estate
(Northeast Portland)

Overview
This outer Northeast Portland neighborhood is known for its family oriented community, excellent public transportation access and proximity to the thriving commercial and entertainment area of Northeast Sandy Boulevard.

Once considered a less than desirable area, the Roseway neighborhood is beginning to blossom as more residents focus on home improvement and property values continue to rise. The Roseway Theater, one of the gems of the neighborhood, has been showing first-run films since 1925 and still enjoys a sterling reputation among the city's independent movie houses.

Parks & Recreation
Glenhaven and Wellington Parks are the Roseway neighborhood's local area day parks featuring playing fields, ball courts, play structures, picnic sites and lovely walking paths winding among ancient, towering trees. Gregory Heights SUN Community School is dedicated to providing ongoing educational programs to children and adults, offering a range of enrichment activities for all.

Real Estate
Homes in the Roseway neighborhood tend to reflect the typical pre-war and mid-century taste in architecture with an abundance of split-level, Bungalow, English Cottage and Cape Cod styles. Some new construction of custom designs, Condos and Row Houses can also be found in the area.

Zip Codes
The Roseway neighborhood uses the 97213 zipcode.

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Sabin Neighborhood Real Estate
(Northeast Portland)

Overview
Northeast Portland's Sabin neighborhood bridges the gap between elegant Alameda and down-to-earth King neighborhoods with a comfortable charm all its own.

Lovely homes, quiet streets and a small but outstanding selection of grocery stores, niche boutiques and locally owned pubs and cafes give Sabin a well rounded, relaxed feel. A stroll along the crest of Sabin's hilltop ridge reveals expansive views of Mt. Hood to the East and downtown Portland to the Southwest.

Parks & Recreation
The Mocks Crest Natural Area is a small pocket of native wildlife habitat open to the public for exploration, and the Sabin Community Garden welcomes residents to make new friends while learning to grow some of the summer's best produce. Vernon Tanks Playground is a hit with kids of all ages, and features a newly renovated playground structure, picnic tables and nicely kept lawns.

Real Estate
Traditional, affordable Portland style homes in the Sabin neighborhood include Portland Foursquare, Cape Cod, Cottage and Bungalow styles in addition to a few nicely refurbished Queen Anne and Gingerbread houses.

Zip Codes
The Sabin neighborhood uses the 97211 and 97212 ZIP Codes.

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Sumner Real Estate
(Northeast Portland)

Overview
Tucked between the Cully and Parkrose neighborhoods in Northeast Portland, Sumner is a peaceful area featuring tidy, affordable homes on quiet streets, a large section of undeveloped wildlife habitat and easy access to nearby shopping and entertainment destinations.

A portion of Sandy Boulevard runs through Sumner, bringing energy and local color to this sleepy neighborhood as well as providing residents a quick commute to downtown, Portland International Airport or several outlying recreational destinations.

Parks & Recreation
The Johnson Lake Property is the jewel of the Sumner neighborhood and features over 8 acres of undeveloped natural habitat overseen by several local environmental organizations committed to keeping the property a safe and fun place for families and wildlife.

Real Estate
The Arts and Crafts style homes that make up much of the Sumner neighborhood's architectural style is complemented by an abundance of neat Cottage and Bungalow homes, as well as a large variety of mid-century split-level structures.

Zip Codes
The Sumner neighborhood uses the 97220 ZIP Code.

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Sunderland Real Estate
(Northeast Portland)

Overview
The large Sunderland neighborhood, bordered by the rustic East Columbia section of North Portland, is predominately industrial with a small pocket of residences located along scenic Marine Drive.

Convenience to nearby freeways and shopping districts means Sunderland residences are never far from top-notch dining and entertainment options while still enjoying the privacy of an outlying location.

Parks & Recreation
Boating and fishing enthusiasts appreciate the many access points on the Columbia, and nature lovers love the acres of wetlands that attract a variety of wildlife and migrating waterfowl found in the Sunderland neighborhood.

Real Estate
The modest number of single family residences in the Sunderland neighborhood are primarily floating homes and tidy contemporary structures. Some live/work spaces are also available throughout the industrial portion of the neighborhood.

Zip Codes
The Sunderland neighborhood uses the 97238 ZIP Code.

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Sullivan's Gulch Real Estate
(Northeast Portland)

Overview
Extending East from the Willamette River and buffering the stately Laurelhurst and Irvington neighborhoods, Sullivans Gulch is a tidy, densely populated area situated near the heart of Northeast Portland's stylish Lloyd Center and Broadway shopping districts.

Just minutes from downtown by car or bike, Sullivan's Gulch doesn't sacrifice serenity for convenience: period homes grace its shaded streets and views from the neighborhood's high bluff are exceptional. Many families and young professionals make call this area home, and have been instrumental in maintaining the area's friendly, progressive atmosphere.

Parks & Recreation
The historic Halladay Park at the corner of Northeast 11th Avenue and Halladay Street includes picnic areas, walking paths, sculptural art and a large fountain surrounded by beautiful native flower gardens. For movies and dining, nearby Regal Cinemas Theater screens new releases all year long, and the eateries along Northeast Broadway offer everything from traditional American fare to sushi and vegan options.

Real Estate
The mixed-use Sullivan's Gulch neighborhood is filled with large single family homes in a variety of Old Portland styles, as well as vintage apartments and newly constructed high rise Condos and Townhomes.

Zip Codes
The Sullivan's Gulch neighborhood uses the 97232 zipcode.

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Vernon Real Estate
(Northeast Portland)

Overview
The tiny pocket neighborhood of Vernon in Northeast Portland owes much of its growth in recent years to a solid community reputation, affordable home prices and the booming Alberta Arts district centered around the area's main thoroughfare.

Bordered by the genteel Concordia and up-and-coming King neighborhoods, Vernon maintains a comfortable balance between the two. Excellent schools, increasing numbers of first time homebuyers and convenient access to downtown have earned this area a place on the city's watch list

Parks & Recreation
Friends of Alberta Park contribute to the maintenance of the Vernon neighborhood's main recreational area, ensuring residents are able to enjoy the park's considerable amenities, including 16 acres of green space, paved and natural walking paths, off-leash area for dogs, tennis court, playing fields, wading pool and playground.

Real Estate
From cozy Bungalows to airy Arts and Crafts style homes, many of the houses in the Vernon neighborhood are being restored to their original condition, often with an emphasis on details such as multiple fireplaces, fine woodwork and colorful stained glass windows.

Zip Codes
The Vernon neighborhood uses the 97211 zipcode.

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Woodland Park Real Estate
(Northeast Portland)

Neighborhood Overview
The outer East Portland Woodland Park neighborhood is a peaceful, entirely residential area with a diverse mix of residents and home styles. Situated near the Portland Airport and commercial districts of West Gresham, this neighborhood offers a great balance between suburban living and urban convenience.

Parks & Recreation
Powell Butte Nature Park is truly one of the city's most spectacular recreational sites with over 600 acres of natural area featuring paved multi-use paths and vista point.

Real Estate
Like many of the neighborhoods in outer Northeast Portland, Woodland Park is filled with tidy Ranch and other post-war construction and a mix of older homes such as Craftsman, Bungalow and English Cottage designs.

Zip Codes
The Woodland Park neighborhood uses the 97220 ZIP code.

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Woodlawn Neighborhood Real Estate
(Northeast Portland)

Neighborhood Overview
Once considered among the city's most luxurious neighborhoods, Northeast Portland's Woodlawn is currently being restored to its original glory due to the influx of new homeowners and efforts by the city's urban progress campaigns.

This lovely residential area also features distinctive diagonal streets, a large number of beautiful old Victorian homes, and proximity to downtown and the upscale shopping and entertainment districts such as Beaumont-Wilshire and Alberta Arts.

Parks & Recreation
Woodlawn Park draws residents and visitors with unique amenities such as a combined playground and wading pool, and outdoor stage, and exceptional public art in addition to a basketball court, picnic areas, and playing fields.

Real Estate
Although turn of the century Victorian homes dominate the Woodlawn neighborhood's architectural style, many Cape Cod, Arts and Crafts and split-levels can be found along side the attractively built Tudors and Old Portland homes that make up the rest of the area's affordable housing.

Zip Codes
The Woodlawn neighborhood uses the 97211 zipcode.

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