Approximately seventy miles inland from the gorgeous Pacific Coast, you will find the remarkable “City of Roses,” Portland, Oregon. Portland is the second largest city in the beautiful Pacific Northwest and the largest city in the state.
Boasting an undeniable abundance of natural beauty, Portland is home to a vibrant music scene, mouth-watering dining options, world-class attractions, eco-friendly urban planning policies and a multitude of microbreweries.
Straddling the picturesque Willamette River, Portland lies along the northern border of Oregon with Mount Hood fifty miles east and providing the city with a stunning backdrop. This urban city has an impressive blend of historic and modern architecture, as well as numerous gorgeous parks and a one-of-kind downtown area.
Portland is divided into “five quadrants” that include: North, Northeast, Northwest, Southeast and Southwest Portland. The Willamette River divides the North and Northeast areas, as well as the Southwest and Southeast areas, while Burnside Street is the north/south divider. North Portland is the area east of the Willamette River and west of Williams Avenue, Northeast is the area north of Burnside and east of the Willamette River, while Northwest Portland is comprised of the area west of the Willamette River, north of Burnside and encompasses Old Town and the Pearl District. Southwest Portland is south of Burnside Street and west of the Willamette River and includes the downtown core, PSU, OHSU and the South Waterfront. And last, but not least, Southeast Portland is composed of the area east of the Willamette River and south of Burnside Street.
Southeast Portland is the city’s hippest district and is home to the Montavilla, Hawthorne and Woodstock neighborhoods. It is said that Southeast Portland is an entrepreneurial laboratory where dreamers come to grow their first businesses. Along Hawthorne Boulevard and Belmont Street you’ll find an eclectic array of cafes, boutiques and eateries, though its the Division/Clinton district that's known as the Southeast’s destination for great food and drinks.
In addition to these hotspots, Southeast Portland also boasts several family friendly neighborhoods, including Sellwood, which has a very charming small town ambiance, and Reed, which is home to the state’s most liberal college. Within Southeast Portland you can find many charming older one-story and two-story homes, bungalows and apartments. Southeast Portland has a delightful middle-class feel and the residents of this remarkable community are “real” people. The homes you’ll find in Southeast Portland vary in price depending upon the property’s age, size, architectural style and neighborhood.
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