Featuring stunning views of the Willamette River, Cascade Mountains, West Hills and Portland’s skyline, the heart of the tranquil Alameda neighborhood sits atop Alameda ridge, between Beaumont Village and the Hollywood District.
Established on the 1859 land claim of William C. Bowering and his wife, Isabelle, this neighborhood benefits from the convenience of nearby cafes and beloved restaurants like Lucca (wood fired pizza) and Perry’s (fresh baked cinnamon rolls the size of your head) and its proximity to the 14.4 acres of nearby Wilshire Park.
The neighborhood’s walkability and much sought-after public schools help to foster the deep sense of community here. Filled with architectural gems, including a bevy of Portland Craftsman homes on mature, tree-lined streets, you will feel like calling it home the moment you arrive.
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